HLS

(redirected from hills)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
HLSHills
HLSHomeland Security
HLSHuntingdon Life Sciences (research laboratory, Cambridgeshire, England)
HLSHue, Lightness, Saturation (color model, aka HVS)
HLSHeavy Louisiana Sweet (crude oil)
HLSHome Library Service
HLSHalt Line State (Cisco)
HLSHome Loan Servicing
HLSHot Lava Software
HLSHomeland Support
HLSHyperbaric Lighting Set
HLSHybrid Transmission with Layered Source
HLSHorizontal Layered Schedule
HLSHard Luck Story
HLSHarvard Law School
HLSHealth Level Seven (healthcare)
HLSHelicopter Landing Site
HLSHelicopter Landing System
HLSHealthy Living Seminar
HLSHigh-Level Synthesis
HLSHandheld Laser Scanner
HLSHigh Level Sports
HLSHigher Level Skills
HLSHigher Level Stewardship (UK; agriculture)
HLSHealthcare and Life Sciences
References in classic literature ?
Taking the shortest way to the boathouse, he waited for them to appear, but no one came, and he went up the hill to take an observation.
All the low hills were washed with color and even the little clusters of bushes in the corners of the fences were alive with beauty.
The hill side was alive with clatter and motion; with sudden up-springing lights among the pines.
They went out more; they frequented concerts and parties; they accepted, with their host and his family, an invitation to one of those opulent and barbaric entertainments with which a noted San Francisco millionaire distracted his rare moments of reflection in his gorgeous palace on the hills.
A gentle slope descends from it to a silver sheet of water, bordered by high trees, between which, peeps may be caught at the blue hills of the Hudson.
He is Squire Gordon, of Birtwick Park, the other side the Beacon Hills," said James.
A common and natural result of an undue respect for the law is, that you may see a file of soldiers, colonel, captain, corporal, privates, powder-monkeys, and all, marching in admirable order over hill and dale to the wars, against their wills, ay, against their common sense and consciences, which makes it very steep marching indeed, and produces a palpitation of the heart.
Willoughby had no property of his own in the country; that he resided there only while he was visiting the old lady at Allenham Court, to whom he was related, and whose possessions he was to inherit; adding, "Yes, yes, he is very well worth catching I can tell you, Miss Dashwood; he has a pretty little estate of his own in Somersetshire besides; and if I were you, I would not give him up to my younger sister, in spite of all this tumbling down hills.
All night our fires shone out across the valley; all night the songs of soldiers echoed down the hills.
We ought to love these lonely hills and meadows far more.
Away to the south-west of us we saw two low hills, about a couple of miles apart, and rising behind one of them a third and higher hill, whose peak was still buried in the fog.
After that he was taken off timber-hauling, and employed, with a few score other elephants who were trained to the business, in helping to catch wild elephants among the Garo hills.