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  • hail I determined, should one pull by, to hail her and say who I was; for I was afraid that Nettleship might suppose the brig had been lost, and that the report of my death might, by ill-luck, reach Ballinahone.
  • hall Then he followed me on out into the hall.
  • haul Where everything is in a heap it is necessary to haul over a dozen things in order to find the one you are after.
  • heal Afterwards when I went into the court, I heard someone in the stable with George, and looking in, I saw my friend of a few moments before examining my horse's hoof and telling my boy what would make the sore heal quickly.
  • heel I want to finish turning this heel.
  • hegel Hegel sought the principle of organic development in the State, but Marx sought it rather in civil society, and believed he had discovered it in that most mighty though unconscious product of the large system of industry, the modern proletariat, which was born to revolution as the sparks fly upward; and in the simultaneous decline of the middle classes, that is, of the conservative element which could resist the change.
  • height Height above the sea, 1299 feet.
  • high 3539. Do you get a high price for them from him?
  • higher The higher the price of the tea is, generally speaking, there is a larger profit upon it.
  • highly It was clear that she did not rank us as highly as she did travelling men.
  • hill The hungry fellow had heard them from the hill above, where he was asleep, and had come down to see if he could catch a few.
  • hilly "Over there must be the bathing beach," said Ethel Blue as they turned away from the lake and started up another hilly street lined with houses.
  • howl A penny a time, and you mustn't have it on full up, or you howl.
  • hull The sun was sinking low, and we had not yet seen the hull of the ship.
  • hurl We must keep a look-out for them when passing any spot from which they may hurl their lances should they be badly disposed; not that that is likely to be the case, and they certainly will not venture to attack us in the open."
  • Hal Hal Clifford, in Camden, contributed his influence, though he belonged to the other party.
  • Hugh Hugh was seventeen, and was eager to go into the army.
  • highs Series creator Vince Gilligan has referred to this as a bottle episode, noting that the limited setting and cast allowed for a slower pace and deeper exploration of character traits and motives: Even if financial realities didn't enter into it, I feel as a showrunner that there should be a certain shape and pace to each season, and the really high highs that you try to get to at the end of a season—the big dramatic moments of action and violence, the big operatic moments you're striving for—I don't think would land as hard if you didnt have the moments of quiet that came before them. a teenangel empress from hollywood highs with wonderful eyes – Red Rose by alphaville
  • he'll Mr. Van Henslaer has a lot to tell you about things, and when I am not here he'll be able to tell you all that happened-out there.
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