American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. head nurse
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a colorless explosive liquid that is volatile, poisonous, and foul-smelling.
- n. a colorless explosive liquid that is volatile and poisonous and foul-smelling
“09, I have to call HN to change delivery date to today and they duly send the items here on the time I have requested.”
“The "HN" number is the design number for the "The Fortune Teller.”
“Conversely, I would say that HN commenters are often much better about avoiding the negativity trap than commenters on other tech sites.”
“Hodis HN, Assessing the Risks and benefits of Hormone Therapy in 2008: New evidence with regard to the heart.”
“Lovvorn HN, Cheung DT, Nimni ME, Perelman N, Estes JM, Adzick NS: Deposition and crosslinking of collagen during fetal and adult sheep wound repair.”
“Lovvorn HN, Cass DL, Sylvester KG, Crombleholme TM, Adzick NS, Savani RC: Hyaluronan receptor exprression increases in fetal excisional skin wounds and correlates with fibroplasia.”
“Progress in building support for the HN "host nation" government requires protecting the local populace.”
“I spoke with my aunt who lives in La Ceiba who said it was strong and they were very scared, the decorations and everything else fell to the ground #temblor HN”
“Sorry. â€ â€œNo problem, no problem at all, HN (Hospitalman, E-3 paygrade) Marisol. â€”
“Rate/specialty: HN (designated striker of HM “Hospital Corpsman” rating)”
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