from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the hollow behind the knee
- v. To hamstring
- n. Archaic spelling of hoe.
- v. Archaic spelling of hoe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as hock, a joint.
- n. An adz; a hoe.
- transitive v. Same as hock, to hamstring.
- transitive v. To cut with a hoe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See hock.
- n. A variant of how.
a kind of hough to break the ice, and make a sort of steps for the mules.
The biggest issue i believe is the moral mentality of some of the representatives ... they are just cold hearted. jason hough
Apr. 5th, 2010 09: 41 pm (UTC) hough I don't know what RI laws/enforcement are like on that matter ...
How you can use it for other file formats (hough recently undergoing a desperate expansion) is also limited compared to other e-readers.
Sat 11/14/09 11: 11 AM jordana brewster, julianne hough, and kristen kreuk
It ` ll suit the government hough, for ebery card-board cut-out copper that is nicked, torched, or washed away – they can just print some more.
It has python bindings (though on the beagle board, its probably much better to use the native C.) one way to improve the eissq. com workflow is to mask off the edge of the dials (so the text has been removed), you could then skip straight to the hough transform. as there is only one line (the needle) you should only get one result (!).
Frequent hissing and booing. hough it sounds like behavior at one of the health care town hall meetings last month, it was how some Republicans reacted to President Obama's speech to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday night.
Ms. Porat said the company is finished with most of its hiring, t hough it still will bring in new people in isolated cases where they can kick-start a particular business.
And even t hough they vary from city to city, the rules at the Pit are unspoken.