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AcronymDefinition
HzHertz (formerly cycles per second)
HZHazard
HZHazardous (Material)
HZHaze (aviation meteorology)
HZHangzhou (China)
HZHorizons (game)
HZHerpes Zoster (skin disease)
HZHabitable Zone
HZHot Zone
HZHydrazine Sulfate
HZHorde Zla (supporters of Football Club Sarajevo)
HZHrvatske Željeznice (Croatian Railways)
HZHuman Zone
HZHispazone (Spanish computer website)
HZHorizons: Empires of Istaria
References in classic literature ?
From those early impressions, the grand enterprise of the great fur companies, and the hazardous errantry of their associates in the wild parts of our vast continent, have always been themes of charmed interest to me; and I have felt anxious to get at the details of their adventurous expeditions among the savage tribes that peopled the depths of the wilderness.
But he would not, and said that it would be a very hazardous thing; for if the least ray of the torch-light should fall upon him his enchantment would become still worse, for he should be changed into a dove, and be forced to wander about the world for seven long years.
Presently the sound of the voices became fainter, and once again I took up my hazardous ascent, now more difficult, since more circuitous, for I must climb so as to avoid the windows.
The trip across Africa would certainly be accomplished some day, and in a less hazardous manner.
It was a hazardous, though maybe a gallant thing to do, since it is probable that the legend commonly received has had no small share in the growth of Strickland's reputation; for there are many who have been attracted to his art by the detestation in which they held his character or the compassion with which they regarded his death; and the son's well-meaning efforts threw a singular chill upon the father's admirers.
To recommence the combat," said Aramis, "is hazardous.
A curious, an erudite artist, certainly, he is to some extent an experimenter in rhyme or metre, often hazardous.
This was but natural, for he was plunged deep in hazardous operations, and the fascinations of the game and the magnitude of it accounted for all the energy that even his magnificent organism could generate.
One night a squadron of Federal horse commanded by Major Seidel, a gallant and skillful officer, moved out from Readyville on an uncommonly hazardous enterprise requiring secrecy, caution and silence.
And there was only one way out of this hazardous manner of living, and that was to get out.
So Defoe took "a long winter, a chargeable, and, as it proved, hazardous journey" to Scotland.
It did not seem to her that the mere despatch of a shot to the moon could possibly establish any relation of affairs with her; and it did not seem prudent to her to embark her capital in so hazardous an enterprise.