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  • hi Hi, Captain, won't you dance with me?
  • hie He wore a dress suit for the first time in his hie.
  • hip Jim Boone jerked his hand back to his hip, but stayed the motion, half completed, and swung his hands stiffly above his head.
  • hiv Pseudomembranous candidiasis in a person with HIV Pseudomembranous Acute pseudomembranous candidiasis is a classic form of oral candidiasis, commonly referred to as thrush.
  • ii 116, 161, 257; ii.
  • iii 178, 343; Tyndale's, iii.
  • lii LII With equal rage, as when the southern wind, Meeteth in battle strong the northern blast, The sea and air to neither is resigned, But cloud gainst cloud, and wave gainst wave they cast: So from this skirmish neither part declined, But fought it out, and kept their footings fast, And oft with furious shock together rush, And shield gainst shield, and helm gainst helm they crush.
  • vii 263 Hohenfriedburg, battle of, vii.
  • xii He bids them lift their eyes to the future, the very near future: let them only be patient a little longer, xii.
  • Hid And afterward, I went all across the hollow; but did find no monstrous thing hid anywheres.
  • Him 79. Who whom do you think him he to be?
  • His Cadman was watching his hands.
  • Hui This will be easily seen by comparing the pictures in the old mastabas, such as those of Ti or Phtahhotpu, with the finest parts of the temples of Qurneh, Abydos, Karnak, Deir el-Bahari, or with the scenes in the tombs of Seti I. and Ramses II., or those of private individuals such as Hui. The modelling is firm and refined, showing a skill in the use of the chisel and an elegance of outline which have never been surpassed: the Amenothes III. of Luxor and the Khamhait of Sheikh Abd el-Qurneh might serve for models in our own schools of the highest types which Egyptian art could produce at its best in this particular branch.
  • HIT They allus do when they realise 'ow bad they're hit.
  • WII Action Replay Wii (2012)

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