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HUTHari Ulang Tahun (Indonesian: Birthday)
HUTHelsinki University of Technology
HUTHopkins Ultraviolet Telescope
HUTHizb ut-Tahrir (Islamic Party of Liberation)
HUTHistidine Utilization (enzymes)
HUTHanoi University of Technology
HUTHead Up Tilt (diagnose cause of syncope)
HUTHighway Use Tax (various US states)
HUTHouseholds Using Television
HUTHomes Using Television
HUTHard Upper Torso
HUTHome Use Test
HUTHistoric University Theater (Seattle, WA)
HUTHutchinson, Kansas Municipal Airport (airport code)
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This was my purpose: first to creep into my own hut and get my assegais and a skin blanket, then to gain speech with Baleka.
At one end of this plaza was a long hut, much the largest that I had yet seen, before the door of which were many warriors.
The Prince lifted her on to his horse, and soon they reached the hut, where the old woman got down, and turning to the Prince said, 'Just wait a moment, and I will give you something.' And she disappeared into her hut, but returned very soon and said,
Flattened against the side of the hut, yet not arousing a single warning rustle from its dried thatching, The Killer came closer and closer to the watcher.
As the brute left her the girl's frame was racked by a convulsive shudder as she sank to the floor of the hut and covered her face with her hands.
The second hut was easier to erect, for I built it against the first, and only three walls were required.
His eyes rested upon the open doorway of a nearby hut. He would take a look within, thought Tarzan, and so, cautiously, he approached the low thatched building.
When the gates had been once more secured the self-confidence of the savages returned, and as Tarzan walked up the village street toward the chief's hut he was surrounded by a host of curious men, women, and children.
Captain Helding of the Wanderer , accompanied by his officers, entered the hut, in high spirits at the prospect of a change.
Then just as the tumult was at its height Imotu the king, though he was very sick, crawled from his hut holding his wife by the hand, and followed by his little son Ignosi--that is, by interpretation, the Lightning.
Suddenly he heard Denisov shouting in a vibrating voice behind the hut, evidently much excited.
The sentry's back was toward the corner of the hut which hid the giant black.