- at this time.
Origin of HT1
From the Latin word hōc tempōre
- under this title.
Origin of HT2
< Latin hōc titulō
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Examples from the Web for ht
So he 'greed to pay for it in Mockers, an' he to'ht he know'd where he'd get 'em foh sure.Citizen Bird
Mabel Osgood Wright and Elliott Coues
The scribes, being acquainted with the graph st for t, ht (see KH 249 note), mechanically substituted the latter here.
Between the two limbs, and closely adjoining the splanchnopleure, is seen the heart (ht).
The commencing heart (ht), formed at this stage of two distinct tubes, is attached to the ventral side of the foregut.
On am feoran dge gesette se lmihtiga ealle tungla and gearlice tda, and ht t h wǽron to tcne dagum and gearum.
- high tension
- total hyperopia
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