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HHour
HHydrogen
HHigh/Height
HHome
HHard
HHelp! (Beatles song)
HHalf
HHardware
HHentai (anime)
HHigh Risk
HHit (Baseball)
HHacker
HHenry
HHell
HHusband
HHistorical (action code)
HHospital
HHotel (aviation letter code)
HHoly
HHundred
HHold (baseball; relief pitcher stat)
HHonda
HHearts (playing cards)
HMagnetic Field (physics)
HHolder (football)
HHarbor
HHomo- (Latin: human-taxonomic genus)
HHungary (International Auto Identification)
HHyundai (automobile brand)
HHurricane(s)
HHorizontal (polarization)
HHumidity
HHorn (music)
HHardness
HHaze (weather reports)
HHeer (German)
HHinge (philately)
HHexadecimal
HHologram (Red Dwarf sitcom)
HHimalayan (rabbit breed)
HHistamine
HPlanck's Constant (6.626 × 10^-34 joule-second)
HHelicobacter (genus of H. pylori bacteria)
HHistidine (amino acid)
HSulfur Mustard (blister warfare agent)
HHamiltonian (aka Hamilton; mathematics; named for William Rowan Hamilton)
HHøyre (Norwegian left wing party)
HEnthalpy
HKruskal-Wallis Test (statistics; analysis)
HHijrah
HAcknowledgement of Receipt (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
HHecto
HHecto- (10^3, SI Prefix)
HHalf-Word
HMetro Montreal (postal code designation, Canada)
HWinchester Repeating Arms Company (headstamp for rim-fire cartridges)
HHyperphoria (condition of one eye being higher than the other)
HC Language Header File (file name extension)
HHoneywell Information Systems, Incorporated
HFederal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis, Missouri (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
HUndenominated United States Stamp (33 cents, introduced 10 Jan 1999)
HHelicopter or Search/Rescue (US military aircraft designation; as in H-1)
HUS DoT tire speed rating (130 mph)
HHalf Size Blue Print
References in classic literature ?
Holder,' said he, 'I have been informed that you are in the habit of advancing money.'
Holder, that I am giving you a strong proof of the confidence which I have in you, founded upon all that I have heard of you.
Holder, we will set off for Streatham together, and devote an hour to glancing a little more closely into details."
Holder and I went into the dining-room and waited by the fire until he should return.
Glegg had lifted out the parchments, and had fortunately drawn back a little, when the iron holder gave way, and the heavy lid fell with a loud bang that resounded over the house.
Their hands touched in the dark and she took the box while he held the paraffin soaked torch in its iron holder. He thought of warning her: "Look out for yourself." But before he had the time to finish the sentence the flare blazed up violently between them and he saw her throw herself back with an arm across her face.
Powell inverted the holder, smothering the flame in the can, bringing about by the mere turn of his wrist the fall of darkness upon the poop.
There are moments when speed alone can save love's season-ticket holder.
I opened the gates of distance for the holders of the names.
He had scarce done so before Sir Nigel rode out from the holders' enclosure, and galloping at full speed down the lists, drew his charger up before the prince's stand with a jerk which threw it back upon its haunches.
A roar of applause from the English soldiers, with an ominous silence from the vast crowd who pressed round the barriers, announced that the balance of victory lay with the holders. Already the ten champions had assembled in front of the prince to receive his award, when a harsh bugle call from the further end of the lists drew all eyes to a new and unexpected arrival.
The general belief that immense fortunes were made by the lucky holders of Bell stock, is an exaggeration that has been kept alive by the promoters of wildcat companies.