Tag Archives: Terms starting with H

Term: Hit the Street

The act of the RFP being issued by the client.

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Term: Hill to Die For

Something on which you cannot compromise and still maintain your professional standards and proposal responsibilities.

Most often heard in the negative, as in “That’s not a hill to die for.”

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Term: Has the Stick

Used to identify who is responsible for something.

Likely an aviation reference originally (as in, the pilot has the stick).

Considered bad form to interfere in an area where someone else has the stick.

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