How to spell HEATM correctly?

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  • atm In practice steam can be raised from cold water to 3 atm. pressure-45 lb. per square inch-in twenty minutes.
  • atom And his having the blazonry changed, from the sword and atom-symbol to the blue crescent.
  • dam He went around to the big armchair, across from Genevieve, and sat down wearily while explaining: "But the dam is a long way from being built.
  • edam Hardly in Edam was there any one else, at that date, who so much as knew what they were.
  • haiti On sailing west from Isabella and reaching Cuba at the nearest point to Haiti, he decided to coast along its southern shore.
  • ham Somerfield came to a standstill in the middle of the room, with a cup of tea in one hand and a plate of ham in the other.
  • hammy How hammy can you get, Old Donegal?
  • harm I won't let anyone harm you.
  • hart Now the form for heart is in German not hart, but herz.
  • harte My only reason for mentioning Naples, is for the sake of the climate, upon account of your health; but if Mr. Harte thinks that your health is now so well restored as to be above climate, he may steer your course wherever he thinks proper: and, for aught I know, your going directly to Rome, and consequently staying there so much the longer, may be as well as anything else.
  • hat "Mamma-" Aurora got no further, and went on turning the hat round.
  • hate Malone, I hate to think about next year."
  • hater I dined at home, and having dined news is brought by Mr. Hater that his wife is now falling into labour, so he is come for my wife, who presently went with him.
  • head Colonel George shook his head.
  • headman After dinner a fire was built on the ground, and the officer went and sat by it and talked to the headman of the village and the monk.
  • heady Mr. Swinburne might reply that for such dullards he does not write; but the finest wines are too heady for a morning's draught.
  • heard You've heard me speak of Jasper Long?
  • heart With all my heart-truly sorry.
  • hearts That was all that I thought it was, so little did I know women's hearts, and least of all hers.
  • hearty Yet, after all, it was not a very hearty uproar, but got up for the occasion.
  • heat Presently, however, he recalled himself from the first heat of his enthusiasm.
  • heated The cabman, like most of his race, was rather deaf and a little blind, and Dr. Amboyne was much heated and out of breath before he captured him.
  • heater It will require from 20 minutes to one hour to remove all the moisture from the test pieces when placed on this heater, depending on whether they are cut from green, air-dried, or kiln-dried boards.
  • heath She lived up on the heath, often worked in the fields, took in lodgers, and smoked a short clay pipe.
  • helm Can one imagine a blind pilot at the helm?
  • hem The storm was yet as heavy as it had been yestereve; howbeit, though Bayard sank into the snow so deep that I swept it with the hem of my kirtle, yet the ride to the forest-lodge meseemed was as short as though I had flown.
  • heme Chloroquine binds to heme (or FP) to form the FP-chloroquine complex; this complex is highly toxic to the cell and disrupts membrane function.
  • hertz Elihu Thomson, the great electrician, says: Hertz proved that all luminous phenomena are in essence electrical.
  • hm Hm-Give him two months or thereabouts!
  • hot The hot sun burns my skin.
  • html I cannot open the html file.
  • hum Humans rely on sound to communicate.
  • hut
  • tam The tam tam drummer kept the rhythm alive.
  • team I play on a team and I love it!
  • tm I need to take my tm out before I go to bed.
  • Had Now that he had done the job he wanted his pay.
  • Headmen They waited until Omar and the troop joined them, and after a short consultation with the headmen it was decided to press forward without delay.
  • Him You know him, sir?"
  • heads Every now and then they jerked their heads up in a frightened way.
  • hats The calling for carriages, shawls, hats, etc.
  • heats It requires no encouragement other than shade, but grows too rank in the summer heats and loses its wildwood grace.
  • DEM Better let me have dem, honey."
  • HMM How much money do you have in your savings?
  • HT HT stands for "high temperature".
  • HIT An enemy ship took a hit.
  • he'd Now, Trask could remember something he'd gotten from Harkaman.

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