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Hysteroplasty

hysteroplasty hys·ter·o·plas·ty (hĭs’tə-rō-plās’tē) n. See uteroplasty.

Hz

1. Hertz; hertzes. symbol 1. hertz Hz abbr. hertz Hz Abbreviation of hertz The abbreviation for hertz, a standard unit of frequency. hertz

Hyzone

[hahy-zohn] /ˈhaɪ zoʊn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. triatomic , H 3 .

Hywel dda

/ˈhaʊəl ˈdɑː/ noun 1. known as Hywel the Good. died 950 ad, Welsh prince. He united S and N Wales and codified Welsh law

Hytime

Hypermedia/Time-based Structuring Language: an emerging ANSI/ISO Standard from the SGML Users’ Group’s Special Interest Group on Hypertext and Multimedia (SIGhyper). A hypermedia extension of SGML. [“The HyTime Hypermedia/Time-based Document Structuring Language”, S. Newcomb et al, CACM 34(11):67-83 (Nov 1991)].

Hythergraph

[hahy-ther-graf, -grahf] /ˈhaɪ θərˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/ noun 1. a climatic graph showing relationships between temperature and humidity or temperature and precipitation.

Hythe

[hahyth] /haɪð/ noun 1. a town in E Kent, in SE England: one of the Cinque Ports.

Hytelnet

networking A hypertext database of publicly accessible Internet sites created and maintained by Peter Scott scottp@moondog.usask.ca. Hytelnet currently lists over 1400 sites, including Libraries, Campus-Wide Information Systems, Gopher, WAIS, WWW and Freenets. Hytelnet software is available for the IBM PC, Macintosh, Unix and VMS systems. (ftp://ftp.usask.ca/pub/hytelnet) (128.233.3.11). Telnet (telnet://access.usask.ca/), login: hytelnet. Mailing list: listserv@library.berkeley.edu (no […]

Hyte

[hahyt] /haɪt/ adjective, Scot. Archaic. 1. insane; mad.

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