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ho 1

 (hō)
interj.
Used to express surprise or joy, to attract attention to something sighted, or to urge onward: Land ho! Westward ho!

ho 2

 (hō)
n. pl. hos Slang
A prostitute.

[African American Vernacular English, alteration of whore.]

Ho 1

The symbol for holmium.

Ho 2

abbr.
Bible Hosea

Hos.

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References in classic literature ?
I wouldn't vex our people for anything; I love them, I do," said Merrylegs, and he gave a low "ho, ho, ho
As mentioned above, because LTE-R systems require dense eNB deployment (compared to normal mobile communication environments), and considering the velocity of high-speed trains, HOs will occur very frequently, resulting in communication instability.
Just because the FMCSA's new HOS rules were far less draconian than their initial HOS proposal, industry should not have rejoiced and accepted them in typical Washington style.
I lost count of the number of times the jolly giant did his ``Ho ho ho'' routine in David Seaman: The Real Story (BBC1, Wed).
Birthright citizenship is a constitutional right, no less for the children of undocumented persons than for descendants of passengers of the Mayflower," Ho wrote in 2007 in the Des Moines Register.
On the contrary ho, may mga nag e-expand nga ho dito e.
Ho had not authorised the transfer of shares in his holding company, Lanceford Co, to his family members that was announced on Monday, said Ho's lawyer, Gordon Oldham.
A study of available patient radiographs indicated at least mild HO in 36 to 63 percent of recent U.
Much has happened to our understanding of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam's Communist Party, and the war in the thirty-six years that elapsed between the first publication and this new edition.
The grand sacrifices (of Ho Chi Minh), brilliant moral revolutionary, remain the sun lighting the way for the nation," a government employee announces into his microphone.
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His visits around the world not only allowed Ho to become conversant in French and English (and later Chinese and Russian), but also opened his eyes to the "stark difference between theory and practice .