HAIR


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AcronymDefinition
HAIRHuman Automation Integration Research (US NASA)
HAIRHigh Affinity Insulin Receptor
HAIRHigh Accuracy Instrumentation Radar
HAIRHemolytic Antibody Isotope Release (molecular biology)
References in classic literature ?
"Anne Shirley, what have you done to your hair? Why, it's GREEN!"
"Gilbert, would you like my hair better if it were like Leslie's?" she asked wistfully.
"What's the trouble?" asked the Woozy, which Ojo had dragged here and there all around the clearing in his endeavor to pull out the hair.
The other was Della's hair. Had the Queen of Sheba lived in the flat across the airshaft, Della would have let her hair hang out the window some day to dry just to depreciate Her Majesty's jewels and gifts.
There dropped out of it a silver dollar, and a long, shining curl of fair hair,--hair which, like a living thing, twined itself round Legree's fingers.
I'm going to put my hair up in paper tonight and wet it with a curling-fluid that Judy Pineau uses.
"Oh, but your eyes are so big and dark, and your hair's all dark, too, and curly," cooed Pollyanna.
Then all rode farther on their journey, till the day grew so warm, and the sun so scorching, that the bride began to feel very thirsty again; and at last, when they came to a river, she forgot her maid's rude speech, and said, 'Pray get down, and fetch me some water to drink in my golden cup.' But the maid answered her, and even spoke more haughtily than before: 'Drink if you will, but I shall not be your waiting-maid.' Then the princess was so thirsty that she got off her horse, and lay down, and held her head over the running stream, and cried and said, 'What will become of me?' And the lock of hair answered her again:
And does my hair look very bad?" said Meg, as she turned from the glass in Mrs.
The other great work which fascinated me was Bassano's immortal Hair Trunk.
She was combing her silver hair, and every hair that fell on the ground rang out like pure metal.
She was all meltingness of sympathy; she would hold her ear so near to the articulate mouth of him as almost to drown him in the flowing fragrance of her hair; and yet her brain told her nothing of what he uttered, although her heart surely sensed his intent.