Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. height

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  • abbr. Height.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A contraction of height.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • May 2nd, 2009 at 5: 12 pm be careful there is a effort of fakes going about in ht epublic i see just peeking …. do not visit sites and do not use software … ..

    Never mind online leaks, Wolverine a hit

  • We need ot leave all of this negativity alone and sort our what is in ht ebest interest of people.

    Details emerge from Obama-Clinton meeting

  • Voting should be based only on who can get things done and stand tough to lobbyists and in ht einternational community kenny cole

    John and Elizabeth Edwards speak out

  • Canada and the United States. ht is only natural that patriotic Japanese and patriotic Germans, or patriotic Austrians or Frenchmen, should say, "Why should we be crammed and crowded in our narrow possessions when these few millions in America hold vast lands sufficient to nourish 1; 000,000,000 of people?"

    Imperial Defence and Tariff Reform

  • At MWC C-motech unveiled its latest USB modem for the Sprint 4G WiMax network called ht eU-301.

    I4U News

  • Ignoring Scalzi, Walter Burty parked his election platform on his website, where all the urls ended with just an "ht" because "ml" reminded him too much of mailing lists, which he couldn't control.

    Shakespeare Help Needed

  • With this, we were able to discover that the URL was being chopped so that only "ht" of

    Planet Mozilla

  • Dom Alcuin Reid has an excellent essay, "We are lucky this Pope is 'ecclesiastically incorrect'", in the May 22, 2009, edition of The Catholic Herald (ht: the excellent blog, New Liturgical Movement).

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • The true story, told by Alice von Hildebrand (ht: "The Daily Kraken").

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • This is surprising, but welcome, news, as reported in The Hartford Courant newspaper (ht: Catholic World News):

    Are temperatures plunging in hell?

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