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HOSHead of State (political title)
HoSHead of School
HOSHealth Outcomes Survey (Medicare survey)
HOSHigher-Order Statistics
HOSHead of Sales (various locations)
HOSHands-On Science (educational program)
HOSHeckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson (economics)
HOSHost Operating System
HOSHrvatske Obrambene Snage (Croatian Defence Forces)
HOSHigher Order Software
HOSHalls of Stone (World of Warcraft)
HOSHome Of Selection
HOSHuman Operator Simulator
HOSHusband Over Shoulder
HOSHrvatski Odbojkaški Savez (Croatian Volleyball Federation)
HOSHealing Our Spirit (Vancouver, BC)
HOSHead Office System
HOSHome Office Specimen (life/health insurance underwriting)
HOSHardy Orchid Society (UK)
HOSHelicopter Oxygen System
HOSHarnessing of Spirit (gaming)
HOSHoliday Oceanview Samal
HOSHighway Operations System
HOSHang Off Sub (oilfield)
HOSHeavy Oilfield Services (gas compressor)
HOSHorizontal Over Scan (TV)
HOSHelicopter Observation System
HOSHuman Organ Systems (class)
HOSHolt-Oram Syndrome
HOSHome Orchard Society
HOSHours of Service
HOSHosea
HOSHostile
HOSHigher Order Surface
HoSHouse of Secrets
HOSHidden Object Scene (gaming)
HOSHospitality
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Tush, tell not me, fellow,'' said the military rider; ``'tis easy for them to arise and supply the wants of travellers such as we are, who will not stoop to beg the hospitality which we have a right to command.
Don Quixote was longer in talking than the supper in finishing, at the end of which one of the goatherds said, "That your worship, senor knight-errant, may say with more truth that we show you hospitality with ready good-will, we will give you amusement and pleasure by making one of our comrades sing: he will be here before long, and he is a very intelligent youth and deep in love, and what is more he can read and write and play on the rebeck to perfection.
Well," said the young man, "let us demand hospitality of these smugglers and bandits.
There it was that I heard news of Ulysses, for the king told me he had entertained him, and shown him much hospitality while he was on his homeward journey.
Marie Michon was a very aristocratic person; like her sister the queen, she had been accustomed to pleasing perfumes and fine linen; she resolved, therefore, to seek hospitality of the priest.
It is needless to say how vigorously they acquitted themselves on this occasion, and how unnecessary it was for their hosts to practice the usual cramming principle of Indian hospitality.
Uncle," replied the young king, "I render you my thanks for your cordial hospitality.
Here they were received with great hospitality by the chief, who was named Comcomly, a shrewd old savage, with but one eye, who will occasionally figure in this narrative.
Instead of echoing Dirkovitch's sigh of regret, it is sad to record that the White Hussars livelily exhibited un-Christian delight and other emotions, hardly restrained by their sense of hospitality.
Vernon, which had reached me, in common with the world in general, and gained my entire belief before I saw you, but which you, by the exertion of your perverted abilities, had made me resolved to disallow, have been unanswerably proved to me; nay more, I am assured that a connection, of which I had never before entertained a thought, has for some time existed, and still continues to exist, between you and the man whose family you robbed of its peace in return for the hospitality with which you were received into it; that you have corresponded with him ever since your leaving Langford; not with his wife, but with him, and that he now visits you every day.
Struthers's easy Sunday hospitality they were not likely to sit at home remembering that her champagne was transmuted Shoe-Polish.
Word was brought to Count Leonardo that a company of mountebanks besought his hospitality.
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