French La Comédie Humaine. a collected edition of tales and novels in 17 volumes (1842–48) by Honoré de Balzac.
- Human-computer interaction
software, hardware (HCI) The study of how humans interact with computers, and how to design computer systems that are easy, quick and productive for humans to use. See also Human-Computer Interface. HCI Sites (http://acm.org/sigchi/hci-sites/). (1999-05-09)
[huhf] /hʌf/ noun 1. a mood of sulking anger; a fit of resentment: Just because you disagree, don’t walk off in a huff. verb (used with object) 2. to give offense to; make angry. 3. to treat with arrogance or contempt; bluster at; hector or bully. 4. Checkers. to remove (a piece) from the board […]
[huhf-duhf] /ˈhʌfˌdʌf/ noun 1. a method used by the Allies in World War II for locating enemy submarines and other naval or land targets through simultaneous bearings on their radio transmissions.
- Human diploid cell rabies vaccine
human diploid cell rabies vaccine n. Abbr. HDRV Rabies vaccine composed of inactive virus prepared from fixed rabies virus cultured on human diploid cells.