HOR

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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 ?
she said with horror and loathing and her horror unconsciously infected him.
They tell also of a vague horror at my heart, on account of that heart's unnatural stillness.
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.
Pushing back the heavy ebony doors we entered the courtyard, but upon the threshold of the great hall beyond it we paused, frozen with horror, at the sight which greeted us.
When I heard that soul- sickening yell, which marked his disappearance in the chasm, I was more glad than I can say that my eyes were spared the pain and horror which my ears had to endure.
No mortal could support the horror of that countenance.
Those who have never seen a living Martian can scarcely imagine the strange horror of its appearance.
Her horror of entering Geoffrey's room, by herself, was insurmountable.
And the rumour of this new presence having spread itself whisperingly around, there arose at length from the whole company a buzz, or murmur, expressive of disapprobation and surprise--then, finally, of terror, of horror, and of disgust.
Then he clove the water with a rush, his dead hand waved, the last of him to disappear; and I had a new horror to think over for my sins.
The thought that these human fiends would devour him when the dance was done caused him not a single qualm of horror or disgust.
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.