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ho 1

Used to express surprise or joy, to attract attention to something sighted, or to urge onward: Land ho! Westward ho!

ho 2

n. pl. hos Slang
A prostitute.

[African American Vernacular English, alteration of whore.]

Ho 1

The symbol for holmium.

Ho 2

Bible Hosea
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Because high-speed trains move very fast (currently up to 350 km/h), the connection time with an eNB is short, resulting in frequent handovers (HOs).
Target: HOS Arrowhead, the HOS Eagleview and the HOS Westwind