from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element hassium.
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- n. Symbol for hassium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of His (or Her) Serene Highness.
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin Historiæ Societatis Socius, Fellow of the Historical Society.
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- n. a radioactive transuranic element
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Note 23: See for example the Psalter miniature of this scene in Hs. 56632 f. 56v, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg, Germany.
And one that continues to baffle me: "She pronounces her Ws like Hs, which is annoying."
The Hs is the representative average height of the sea, provided by buoys (it is calculated by measuring one in three of the highest waves), and the return period is the average time needed for the event to happen.
There were four different workshops in all, each named for one of the "Hs" in the 4-H pledge.
Put on batten (35 mm wide) and scribe from "VT to" Hs ".
It's not surprising that, given his unfamiliarity with the literature, Gubrud stubbornly insists that talk of minds (and "Hs"?) "emerging" from appropriately organized physical systems "[slips] not only into dualism, but worse, magical imagery, as if a sorcerer puts in a pinch of this, a snip of that, and - poof!
Besides, their tongues here dwelled excessively on vowels, and there was no thirst to their Hs.
Hs penis thickens and he presses his hand against Peter's chest, pushing him back.
Details were announced today of the library's new exhibition devoted to the English language, exploring its 1,500-year history from Anglo-Saxon runes and early dictionaries to not dropping your Hs and rap.
She scanned the Hs until she came to the place where Hana should have been listed.