Hus


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Hus

or Huss  (hŭs, ho͝os), Jan or John 1372?-1415.
Czech religious reformer who was excommunicated (1410) for attacking the corruption of the clergy. His De Ecclesia questioned the authority and infallibility of the Catholic Church.

Hus

(Czech hʊs)
n
(Biography) Jan (jan). the Czech name of John Huss. See Huss

Hus

(hʊs, hʌs)

n.
Jan (yɑn) 1369?–1415, Czech religious reformer and martyr.
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Noun1.Hus - Czechoslovakian religious reformer who anticipated the ReformationHus - Czechoslovakian religious reformer who anticipated the Reformation; he questioned the infallibility of the Catholic Church was excommunicated (1409) for attacking the corruption of the clergy; he was burned at the stake (1372-1415)
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That's the way wages go down and death rates goes up, worse luck for the likes of hus, as has to sell ourselves like pigs in the market.
We looked for'ard, we looked tull hus room, aye looked tull the engine-room, an' we looked along aft on the lower deck, and there he was, on both sides the cover to the steam-pipe runnun' tull the after-wunches.
The boss humself hod signed ut, an' ot the bottom he wrut un hus own bond: 'The Arrata beat you by four an' a half days.
An' when your father says no, then Jummy says, 'An' how wull he be knowun a' tull find hus way?
I dudna see no lighter,' says I, and wuth thot I steps on hus fut guid an' hard.
He was the owner of the lighter, an' when he hod told hus story, I says, 'I dudna see ony lighter.
I wull see the father an' hove the money ready tull hus hond, so uf I'm ot sea he can buy whenever the land offers.
I wull see the father," he said, "an' hov the money ready tull hus hond so uf I'm ot sea when the land offers he wull no muss the chance tull buy.
This finding might explain the reduction in hypertension and deaths in patients with diarrhea-associated HUS through earlier intervention, including management of dehydration in children before onset of HUS, which has been shown to improve outcome (20).
As of 05 June at 10:00 CET, Germany had reported 627 cases of HUS (including 15 fatalities): 54 more than the previous day.
The epidemic is one of the largest outbreaks of HUS in the history of Europe and the largest ever reported in Germany.
coli O157 to HUS include very young or old age, elevated leukocyte count, and use of antimicrobial treatment or antimotility agents (7-11).