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  • n. Plural form of how.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • June 11th, 2008 12: 06 pm ET hows is this even news?

    She may have a crush on Obama

  • The Universe, that greater part of you (or more accurately, the metaphysical laws of the Universe), will always do the hard part of then figuring out (forcing) the hows, which is the virtually incalculable part (step three).

    Manifesting Change

  • Though there is already a growing body of legal decisions that seem to be weighing against RIAA efforts to discourage individual consumers from copying content, the Howell decision is notable in that the judge went to particular pains to delve into the technological "hows" of file sharing as well as into legal precedents.

    Do You Copy, RIAA?

  • ~ Study Of Brain Blood Flow May Lead To Improved Depression Treatment -- "The usefulness of established molecular imaging/nuclear medicine approaches in identifying the 'hows' and 'whys' of brain dysfunction and its potential in providing immediately useful information in treating depression are emphasized in a study in the August Journal of Nuclear Medicine."

    Speedlinking 8/12/07

  • I will not go into the 'hows' of why our focus has such a profound influence on our lives that would be the subject of a book or perhaps a future article just prove to yourself that it does.

    Witches & Roaches & Such

  • Monday morning that discussions in Arusha among the 19 signatories would make headway in settling the "hows" and "whos" of a transitional government provided for under the accord.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Lord Arden had any number of "hows" in reply, as well as the very cold assertion that he hadn't asked for any help.

    The English Witch

  • The frontiersman of the West Branch was a free spirit in a free land, a doer rather than a thinker, more concerned with the "hows" than the

    The Fair Play Settlers of the West Branch Valley, 1769-1784 A Study of Frontier Ethnography

  • The field-guns were well up from the start, and the 'hows' soon advanced.

    The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad

  • For the moment these "hows" were not firing and the gunners were in a little circumscribed world of their own, dissociated from the movement around them as they busily dug pits for their ammunition.

    My Second Year of the War


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