HAHSHealth and Human Services
HAHSHayward Area Historical Society (est. 1956; Hayward, CA)
HAHSHurlstone Agricultural High School (Sydney, Australia)
HAHSHeidelberg American High School (Heidelberg, Germany)
HAHSHarry Ainlay High School (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
HAHSHospital and Health Services
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The squire, therefore, putting on a most wise and significant countenance, after a preface of several hums and hahs, told his sister, that upon more mature deliberation, he was of opinion, that "as there was no breaking up of the peace, such as the law," says he, "calls breaking open a door, or breaking a hedge, or breaking a head, or any such sort of breaking, the matter did not amount to a felonious kind of a thing, nor trespasses, nor damages, and, therefore, there was no punishment in the law for it."
Hah!" And he took another gentle little pinch of snuff, and lightly crossed his legs.
"Hah!" said the Marquis, glancing round the luxurious room.
"Hah!" said the Marquis again, in a well-satisfied manner.
"Hah," she snorted, sitting up suddenly, "where deh hell yeh been?
A guttural laugh replied from the interior of the wall to these bloody words--"Hah! hah!
Then she felt terror mount to the very roots of her hair and she heard the mocking laugh of the recluse, saying to her in a very low tone: "Hah! hah!
'Hah!' cried the informer, triumphantly perceiving that the remark was generally in his favour, though apparently not closely understanding it.
'Hah!' Mr Riderhood very slowly and hoarsely chimed in, with several retrospective nods of his head.
Of me the Courtiers took no notice whatever: but Sylvie and Bruno were the subject of many inquisitive looks, and many whispered remarks, of which I only distinctly caught one--made by a sly-looking Dachshund to his friend "Bah wooh wahyah hoobah Oobooh, hah bah?" ("She's not such a bad-looking Human, is she?")
Creakle whispered, 'Hah! What's this?' and bent his eyes upon me, as if he would have burnt me up with them.
Other new members of the HAHS program are the recently restored home of artist couple Thomas Moran (1837-1926) and Mary Nimmo Moran (1842-1899) on Long Island, New York; and the West Palm