HOR

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AcronymDefinition
HORHorizon/Horizontal
HORHorror (movies genre)
HORHouse of Representatives
HORHome Of Record
HORHalls of Reflection (World of Warcraft dungeon)
HORHigher Order Rewriting
HORHydrogen Oxidation Reaction (chemistry)
HORHorta, Azores, Portugal (airport code)
HORHell on Rails (RC aircraft)
HORHouse of Rahl (Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series)
HORHand-Over Request
HORHumber Oil Refinery (NE Lincolnshire, UK)
References in classic literature ?
The terrific character of their merciless enemies increased immeasurably the natural horrors of warfare.
But, on the other hand, they connect diagonally, and the sprawling outlines run off in great slanting waves of optic horror, like a lot of wallowing seaweeds in full chase.
There is a dread, unhallowed necromancy of evil, that turns things sweetest and holiest to phantoms of horror and affright.
His Don Juan Triumphant (for I had not a doubt but that he had rushed to his masterpiece to forget the horror of the moment) seemed to me at first one long, awful, magnificent sob.
This behaviour caused the greatest horror in the town, where nothing was heard but cries and lamentations.
Could I hide the involuntary horror with which he inspired me?
I saw astonishment giving place to horror on the faces of the people about me.
For the plot ought to be so constructed that, even without the aid of the eye, he who hears the tale told will thrill with horror and melt to pity at what takes place.
Two of the three were heads of the islanders; but the third, to my horror, was that of a white man.
To me, they have presented little but Horror to many they will seem less terrible than barroques.
I saw, too, for a few moments of delirious horror, the soft and nearly imperceptible waving of the sable draperies which enwrapped the walls of the apartment.
There was beauty as well as terror in the sight, and Edwards and Elizabeth stood viewing the progress of the desolation, with a strange mixture of horror and interest.