A yellow stripe, worn on a military uniform to indicate units of time spent on overseas service
[WWII armed forces; fr a bar of Hershey2 chocolate, some of which have yellow wrappers; probably influenced by the name of General Lewis B Hershey, director of the selective service system from 1941 to 1970]
[hur-skuh-vits] /ˈhɜr skə vɪts/ noun 1. Melville (Jean) 1895–1963, American anthropologist.
/ˈhɜːstmənˌsjuː; -ˌsəʊ/ noun 1. a village in S England, in E Sussex north of Eastbourne: 15th-century castle, site of the Royal Observatory, which was transferred from Greenwich between 1948 and 1958, until 1990
[hur-stuh-ree, hurs-tree] /ˈhɜr stə ri, ˈhɜrs tri/ noun, plural herstories. 1. history (used especially in feminist literature and in women’s studies as an alternative form to distinguish or emphasize the particular experience of women). /ˈhɜːstərɪ/ noun 1. history from a female point of view or as it relates to women
[hur-ter] /ˈhɜr tər/ noun 1. Christian Archibald, 1895–1966, U.S. politician: secretary of state 1959–61.