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- hours Five to nine. I hate those lonely hours. All that Time away, from him and all that power. – 5 to 9 by Unknown Author
- house You make me feel like a stranger in my own house You got me running around just like a scared mouse – Blown Away by ronan keating
- housings I have put on the saddle and housings of velvet embroidered in gold that remained in the trench.
- oasis Won't you go to the tent that is fixed in the oasis, and wait there until I join you?
- Houris "Yes," said he, looking towards his wife, whose veil prevented our seeing her, although she could see us, "if she obeys me in all respects, and is a faithful wife, and goes to Mecca, she will be made more beautiful than all the Houris of Paradise."
- Houses Taken two houses, that is, two apartments, each for six months, presigning the contract.
- Housed "That is what I told her; but the old lady did not allow me to finish; she drew me close to her and whispered, 'only do as my granddaughter wishes and you shall be safely housed and take this for the present'-and she put her hand into the purse at her girdle, gave the gold into my hand, and added loud enough for the others to hear: 'Fifty gold pieces out of my own pocket if Gorgo tells me that she is satisfied with your performance.
- Hollis "The price on the head of Jack Hollis.
- Horses Then Lady Eleanor came out to hold the horses and Colonel George went in.
- rouses My Leader, who could see me bear myself Like to a man that rouses him from sleep, Exclaimed: What ails thee, that thou canst not stand?
- husks His garments had turned into green and yellow corn husks, and his body to a ripe red ear of corn.
- hosts When the Countess Westphal suggested it, and said that we intended to take a certain train, the faces of our hosts presented a blank look of apprehension!
- hisses If satisfactory, there was a clamor of applause; if objectionable, they were rejected with a tempest of hisses, with discharges of musketry; The Eletto did not govern: he was a dictator who could not dictate, but could only register decrees.