Sentences with phrase «to hit something»

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BOOKS
The walk-in design is spacious enough to let you exercise freely without worrying whether you're going to hit something.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Hit detection bugs can make simple engagements incredibly frustrating, especially when you know your attack should be hitting something.
GAMING
It really helps me to gauge how much distance I have before I hit something.
AUTOMOBILES
This results in fight after fight of frustration and tediousness when you try to get this giant moron to hit something.
MOVIES & TV
Jessie and Gerald are in a seemingly happy marriage, the surface of it hiding the secret underneath that their sexual relationship has hit something of a lull.
MOVIES & TV
Just remember that the more rocks you throw, the more likely you will hit something, provided your «rocks» are high quality and properly targeted.
JOBS
Projections are that by 2027, the broad retail market in India will hit something like $ 1.8 T, up from $ 650B in 2016.
BUSINESS
And when they're the difference between hitting something and avoiding it, the right tires save sheetmetal, money, and, potentially, lives.
AUTOMOBILES
If you know exactly how fast sound travels in water, and you know exactly how long it took to hit something and come back, then you know exactly how far away whatever it hit is.
TECHNOLOGY
«The back of my car hit something hard,» Easy tells us, «a boulder no doubt.
BOOKS
You can measure it hitting something, and then that interaction -
SCIENCE
The screenplay's by Charlie Kaufman, and this, while not as good as his other top 10 film this year, is certainly his most fun movie, the one that least made me want to hit something, or someone (usually Charlie Kaufman).
MOVIES & TV
Another grateful occupant Mia, 20, expressed how lucky she is to be part of the program: «I feel like I just rolled some dice and hit something lucky because I don't think I would have found a place that genuinely takes care of kids like they do here.»
BUSINESS
Using his hands, he dug through the rock and sand, and hit something solid.
SCIENCE
According to a recent news report covering the tragic accident, the truck driver thought he may have hit something and stopped to investigate.
LAW
This is true when it comes to steering your way out of a crash, and it's true for choosing what to hit when hitting something is unavoidable.
INSURANCE
If neither he nor his staff member knew they hit something, why was the staffer disciplined?
POLITICS
Shaken Baby Syndrome occurs when a baby or young child is shaken violently and sometimes repetitively (over and over), with or without the head hitting something.
PARENTING
Continuing the theme of automated safety is Secondary Collision Assist that will apply the brakes if the A6 hits something in order to prevent any further damage from being done, plus an optional night vision system can be added to detect anything you can't already see in those bright LED headlights.
AUTOMOBILES
Point is, if Obama is allowed to do this unopposed today, there's a great possibility that he'll continue to do so, sooner or later hitting something close to home for you.
RELIGION
The dealership insisted that we must have hit something, conveniently disregarding the fact that we first noticed an issue on the vehicle's first trip.
AUTOMOBILES
Avoid accidently hitting something — like your face — when the shift knob comes off the shift lever.
AUTOMOBILES
Somehow I was lucky enough to hit something when going downhill.
AUTOMOBILES
Even go down the more violent and anti-batman route and hit something like The Punisher, that would be awesome.
GAMING
If you need to hit something, you can hit this pillow.»
PARENTING
So far so good, only problem is paint chipping on edges of doors, of course they say it must have hit something but it hasn't
AUTOMOBILES
If you hit something like another vehicle or a fixed object like a guard rail, lamp post, or telephone pole, Collision Coverage helps pay for the damages to your car.
INSURANCE
Most new cars are worth more than the state's property damage liability minimum of $ 20,000, so you risk a personal lawsuit if you happen to hit something that just came off the showroom floor.
INSURANCE
«Tripping» means that when one of the vehicle's tires hits something — like a curb, bump, or shoulder — the vehicle's momentum causes it to lean forward, or lean sideways.
LAW
For instance, at one point I was fighting some rebels along side Codsworth, and since Codsworth loves to get deep into the fight he usually has a tendency to get right in front of me whenever I am about to shoot or hit something, meaning I probably nudged him in the back a few times too many, anyway, long story short, Codsworth flipped out on me and started attacking me.
GAMING
But in 2015, it was hard to go more than a few steps without hitting something major, something essential.
MOVIES & TV
He turned around and saw the officer shaking his hand like he just hit something.
SPORTS
I did just write a comment, but I hit something weird, so it may or may not show up.
PARENTING
Some vehicles have a plate that protects the bottom of the oil pan (to avoid a mess when and if you hit something in the middle of the road).
INSURANCE
This is so revealing to me, that even in a controlled setting, getting the aggression out by physically hitting something — a drum, a pillow, a «punching buddy» — does nothing to aid in long-term emotional regulation, but actually can make the situation worse.
RELATIONSHIPS
You do respond — so I must be hitting something.
RELIGION
If you are standing somewhere and want the other player to go somewhere else, or hit something across the way, then you pretty much have to spam emotes until they figure out what you're trying to convey.
GAMING
If you can't really avoid hitting something, then choose an object that is capable of absorbing more energy.
INSURANCE
In July, Symphony hit something of a roadblock when it found itself under investigation by the New York State Department of Financial Services for offering services similar to those that were used in previous schemes involving interest rate and foreign exchange interest rate manipulation at banks.
BUSINESS
But once it hits something, like the ground, buildings, plants or water, much of that light becomes converted to heat.
SCIENCE
United have hit something of a rough patch of late, winning just once in their last four Premier League matches, but they'll certainly be a different prospect with so many big names returning.
SPORTS
At first they were a relief — no flailing at thin air waiting for a combo to end long after my opponent had bit the dust (in Dynasty Warriors every second not spent hitting something feels like an eternity).
GAMING
Aonuma: There are a ton of them shared online, so I've seen quite a few of them already — like people hitting something several times under Stasis and riding it a far distance.
GAMING
There were a few times, when juggling the phone on the subway, that I'd hit something with my palm.
TECHNOLOGY
In this case it was due to the customer hitting something.
AUTOMOBILES
A second coverage to consider is the collision coverage, which is what covers the auto in case it hits something.
INSURANCE
Even a premise this stupidly contrived stands a fair chance of working if there are a few decent yuks to be had, but absent any such inspiration, «We're the Millers» falls back on the sort of lazy but desperate, sexually fixated non sequiturs that have become de rigueur in studio comedies, jabbing repeatedly at the human groin in hopes of eventually hitting something funny.
MOVIES & TV
A wooden stirring spoon ~ Never let your baby walk around with spoons in her mouth, she could hit something on the other end and scrape up the back of her mouth.
PARENTING
Around four feet, Henry's blade hit something hard.
BOOKS
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