American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In chem., the symbol for mercury (New Latin hydrargyrum).
- n. A contraction of hectogram.
- n. 100 grams
- n. a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures
“I think they used some kind of code control Git, svn, hg, ...”
“Labels: hg wells, invisible man, revisiting the classics posted by dubjay at 2:17 PM”
“Emma's original ending, then her explanation to Dustin as to why she changed it, then the hymn to the serendipity found in the mundane, which as hg notes, made the movie more sentimental than it needed to be.”
“Hey hg I'd love to hear your * spin* on Sarah VS Big Oil.”
“When I used to watch it, is seems like the ads were for ge and whirlpool, and hg tv.”
“I see a lot of git vs. svn vs. hg vs. monotone vs. darcs - most of them complaining about problems with the loser that have been fixed in more recent versions.”
“My apologies and thanks to all - I was given 'hq' and, as jennifer rose noted, I saw 'hg' on both.”
“Please look at my site www.feelbetter-hg.co.uk or go to www.humangivens.com or contact me directly by email.”
“The generator's efficiency hg which considers losses like heat, bearing friction and the power consumption of its own cooling fan is defined as”
“The generator efficiency is specified by the manufacturer and usually ranges at hg = 0.82 .. .0.92.”
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