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Wondering because if the batsman hits his own stumps, most of the time it isn't directly due to the bowler. Hit wicket in on itself is a fairly rare form of dismissal anyway.
Actually, never mind. Law 21.18 states that hit wicket is not one of the select four forms of batsman dismissal that can occur on a no ball.
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