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  • The Sumerian records speak of an island name Hap or Ghap whose location has always been a mystery.

    languagehat.com: LANGUAGE IN THE TIMES.

  • On the desk itself, with a bookmark in it, was a manual called Hap-Penis: Surgical Techniques in Female-to-Male Sex Reassignment.

    Middlesex

  • Cokinos does speak to one of the most knowledgeable ­workers in this field, Harry Y. "Hap" ­McSween.

    Rocks of Ages

  • Army Air Forces under the command of Gen. "Hap" Arnold, a military air pioneer.

    MAIL CALL: INFORMED OR OVERLOADED?

  • Army Air Forces under the command of Gen. "Hap" Arnold, a military air pioneer.

    MAIL CALL

  • It is possible that conventional bombing would have forced a Japanese surrender by the end of 1945, but not without, in "Hap" Arnold's happy phrase, reducing Japan to "a nation without cities."

    'The New War Over Hiroshima': An Exchange

  • As one might expect, the bombers (Curtis LeMay, "Hap" Arnold) wanted to go on bombing, the Navy (Admiral Leahy) wanted a blockade, the Army (Douglas MacArthur) wanted to invade, and the Japan "experts" (Ambassador Joseph Grew) wanted to water down the terms of Japanese surrender.

    'The New War Over Hiroshima': An Exchange

  • ORISKANY inlcuding LCDR Roy H. "Hap" Bowling, the squadron's operations officer and the pilot of an A4E Skyhawk light attack aircraft.

    Bowling, Roy H. "Hap"

  • ORISKANY inlcuding LCDR Roy H. "Hap" Bowling, the squadron's operations officer and the pilot of an A4E Skyhawk light attack aircraft.

    Taylor, Jesse Jr.

  • After Germany's surrender on May 8, 1945, General 'Hap' Arnold, the Chief of Staff of the Army Air Forces, wanted him to assume the corresponding position in the war against Japan.

    The Doctrine of Destruction

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