Baron, title of Quintin (McGarel) Hogg (ˈkwɪntɪn). 1907–2001, British Conservative politician; Lord Chancellor (1970–74; 1979–87). He renounced his viscountcy in 1963 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the Conservative Party leadership; he became a life peer in 1970
[heyl-stohn] /ˈheɪlˌstoʊn/ noun 1. a pellet of hail. /ˈheɪlˌstəʊn/ noun 1. a pellet of hail n. Old English hagolstan; see hail (n.) + stone (n.).
[heyl-stawrm] /ˈheɪlˌstɔrm/ noun 1. a with . /ˈheɪlˌstɔːm/ noun 1. a storm during which hail falls n. 1690s, from hail (n.) + storm (n.).
/ˈhɑːˈɛəˈpɪn/ noun 1. a transliteration of the Chinese name for Harbin
[heer-eez] /ˈhɪər iz/ noun, plural haeredes [hi-ree-deez] /hɪˈri diz/ (Show IPA). Civil Law. 1. . [heer-eez] /ˈhɪər iz/ noun, plural heredes [hi-ree-deez] /hɪˈri diz/ (Show IPA). Civil Law. 1. an heir. /ˈhɪəriːz/ noun (pl) haeredes (hɪˈriːdiːz) 1. a variant spelling of heres /ˈhɪəriːz/ noun (pl) heredes, haeredes (hɪˈriːdiːz) 1. (civil law) an heir sun. (1.) […]