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HTHeight
HTHeat (real estate)
HTHaiti (ISO country code, top level domain)
HTHeights (street type)
HTHors Taxes (French: Excluding Taxes)
HTHi There
HTHardtail (bike suspension)
HTHattrick
HTHarris Teeter (grocery store)
HTHappy Thanksgiving
HTHyper-Transport (AMD)
HTHammer Throw
HTHarriet Tubman
HTHeavy Timber
HTHalf-Tone
HTHanshin Tigers (Japanese professional baseball team)
HTHandheld Transceiver (walkie-talkie)
HTHashimoto Thyroiditis
HTHerding Tested
HTHand Timed (track and field)
HTHague Tribunal
HTHandi-Talkie (two way radio)
HTHand Talk (Radio)
HTHalo Trust
HTHide Turtle (Hyper Logo Turtle graphics command)
HTHarm Touch (gaming)
HTHighty-Tighty (Regimental Band of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets)
HTHamilton Tigercats
HTHoc Tempore (Latin: At This Time)
HTHeavy Terminal
HTTritiated Hydrogen Gas
HTHumanoid Typhoon (Anime title Trigun)
HTHypothermally Treated (EPA)
HTHirohiigo Togashi (gaming)
HTHordes of the Things (TV show)
HTTransmitter Height
HTHalt Typing (terminal command)
HTHybrid Trunk
HTHalotracks (Halo gaming clan)
HTHindutsan Times
HTHardtastic (gaming clan)
HTHigh Tension Tank (electron microscopy)
HT(USN Rating) Hull Maintenance Technician
HTHovedstadens Trafikselskab (Danish for the Capital's Traffic Organisation (Bus System))
HTHypertropia at Distance (ophthalmology; opposite of hypotropia)
HTHypotropia At Distance (ophthalmology)
HTHome Teaching (LDS church)
HTHydrothermally Treated
HTHead Tilt (stretching exercise)
HTHydroxytryptamine (serotonin)
HTHelicopter Training Squadron
HTHuman Trafficking
HTHeavy Trucks
HTHizb al-Tahrir (Islamist political party)
HTHosting Talk
HTHeads-Tails (possible outcome for flipping a coin twice)
HTHypertension (high blood pressure)
HTHrvatski Telekom (Croatian Telecom)
HTHigh-Technology (1980s Cadillac engines)
HTHighway Transport (trucking company)
HTHat Tip
HTHypertext
HTHot Topic (clothing retailer)
HTHot Truck (Cornell University)
HTHuman Torch (comic)
HTHyper-Threading
HTHigh Threshold
HTHuman Transporter (Segway LLC)
HTHeight of Target
HTHeat Transfer
HTHeat Treated
HTHolding Tank
HTHolding Time
HTHorizontal Tab
HTHigh Temperature
HTHigh Tensile
HTHigh Tension (as in electric power transmission)
HTHilly Terrain
HTHybrid Theory (Linkin Park album)
HTHostile Territory
HTHyperthreading
HTHot Tub
HTHyperion Telecommunications, Inc.
HTHome Theater
HTHormone Therapy
HTHolland Tunnel (Jersey City / Lower Manhattan)
HTHome Teacher
HTHybrid Tea (type of rose)
HTHyperthyroidism
HTHeat Therapy
HTHigh Templar (Starcraft unit)
HTHyperterminal
HTHistology Technician
HTHyper-Threading Technology (Intel)
HTHydro-Test
HTHough Transform
HtHostile Takeover (gaming)
HTHighland Terrace (Elementary School; Shoreline School District)
HTHeat Treatment
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