[her-tsuh l; English hurt-suh l, hairt-] /ˈhɛr tsəl; English ˈhɜrt səl, ˈhɛərt-/
[tey-aw-dohr] /ˈteɪ ɔˌdoʊr/ (Show IPA), 1860–1904, Hungarian-born Austrian Jewish writer and journalist: founder of the political Zionist movement.
Theodor (ˈteːodoːr). 1860–1904, Austrian writer, born in Hungary; founder of the Zionist movement. In The Jewish State (1896), he advocated resettlement of the Jews in a state of their own
[hee; unstressed ee] /hi; unstressed i/ pronoun, nominative he, possessive his, objective him; plural nominative they, possessive their or theirs, objective them. 1. the male person or animal being discussed or last mentioned; that male. 2. anyone (without reference to sex); that person: He who hesitates is lost. noun, plural hes. 3. any male person […]
abbreviation 1. human embryonic stem cell
/ˈhɛzəlˌtaɪn/ noun 1. Michael (Ray Dibden) Baron. born 1933, British Conservative politician; secretary of state for defence (1983–86); secretary of state for the environment (1990–92); secretary of state for trade and industry (1992–95); deputy prime minister (1995–97) 2. Philip Arnold. the real name of composer Peter Warlock See Warlock
intelligence, a city ruled over by Sihon, king of the Amorites (Josh. 3:10; 13:17). It was taken by Moses (Num. 21:23-26), and became afterwards a Levitical city (Josh. 21:39) in the tribe of Reuben (Num. 32:37). After the Exile it was taken possession of by the Moabites (Isa. 15:4; Jer. 48:2, 34, 45). The ruins […]