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How to use Hs in a sentence
HS: Cities are like living characters, going through energy cycles.
HS: The cycles for silhouette, and what it implies are long cycles, 10 to 15 years.
HS: Frances simply belonged to the generation I keep portraying in my photography diary.
HS: I did not keep much, and the little I kept was lost for the most part.
HS: I never did commit until now because it was never the right project.
Then it was that the HS sorrel went mad and pitched as he had never, even when building his record, pitched before.The Happy Family|Bertha Muzzy Bower
In the same way bet becomes wt, and sheep is skw, while if he has no dog appears in the disguise of ikw hs n dga.The Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees|James Mooney
The pronunciation of ū as , (Hs for Haus) is peculiar to Alsatian.
Hs artibus cum Hannibalem Fabius in agr Falern locrum angustis clausisset, ille sine ll exercits dtrment s expedvit.
Hs sermnibus accnsa plbs dicttr12 magistrum equitum imperi1 aequvit.