hyte

hyte

(haɪt)
adj
(Psychology) insane or psychotic
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Kezi, 14, and Olus, the god of wind and loneliness, together must find a way to escape her sacrifice to a Hyte god because of a rash promise her father made.
When Kezi's mother becomes ill, her father makes a deal with the god of Hyte that he will sacrifice Kezi to save his wife.
Computer-based Decoding Strategies for the Struggling and ESL Reader Heidi Hyte
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Caption: The Museum of Anthropology located in Vancouver celebrated National Aboriginal Day with a special performance of Gilo Hyte, "Sharing the Spirit," by the Dancers of Damelahamid.
SciTech21-29 November 2006-China Biopharma to Jointly Develop, Distribute Vaccine Technology with HYTE Research(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.
hyte and Roberta Brandes Gratz each seemed to be standing on the same pair of broad shoulders.
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