hit town

hit town

Fig. to arrive in town. The minute he hit town, he checked into a hotel and took a long nap.
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A CHARITY day is planned for New Mill on the day the Tour de Yorkshire cyclists hit town.
IT'S only weeks It's only days before The excitement starts And streets and windows Come alive with Christmas cheer The bears and clowns The buskers the shoppers All seem to hit town Around the Monument Things move fast What a cast what a show As the people pass What shall we see What shall we buy Do we need it Can we afford it As the people pass Another year has nearly Gone by It's been rough It's been smooth It's been a rush So many jobs won and lost The pressures been on And people have laughed and cried It's been swings and roundabouts Looking at the windows of fashion Are we all better off Do we put the heating on Or off and cook a hot meal Fenwicks window plays its part As we walk past With some good and bad news.
And the boys will soon have even more to smile about with the WAGS set to hit town later this week
Tickets are scarce for this show, one of the biggest tours to hit town this year, but if you can grab a pair at DCU box office or Ticketmaster rates, they run in the $35 to $55 range.
Lakki Marwat, January 17, 2010 (Frontier Star): President of PML (Like Minded)Senator Salim Saifullah Khan Sunday visited the terrorist hit town of Shah Hassan Khel and expressed grave concern over the apathy of the federal government for what he called the "turning its back" on the victims of terrorist attack that killed 120 people and injured more than 200.
THOUSANDS were looking skywards over the weekend as the spectacular Rhyl Airshow hit town.
The fifth annual Elvis Festival hit town and thousands of visitors from all over the UK, Europe, the USA and Canada flocked to see what is one of the largest gatherings of Elvis tribute acts in the world.
With more guests to be announced, this will be one of the best gigs to hit town and one of the hottest tickets of 2007.
A LITTLE part of the Wild West came to the Coventry area when a Native American village hit town.
So when word hit town that there were interviews for girl dancers, White's sister was ready to rehearse.
1 when in Philadelphia is this: Resist the urge to hit town wearing nothing but a New England Patriots jersey and a great big smile.
The Alex was packed to the rafters as Fame The Musical hit town.
When the 15 braless, Birkenstock- and shorts-clad women hit town, one resident opined, "These must be the executive ones; they're carrying briefcases.
hit town last week to preview its first video game titles for the 16-bit market.
Perhaps worst of all, term limits would force every member of Congress to think about their next job from the minute they hit town.