How to use HW in a sentence
At the crucial moment, she stiffened George HW Bush's spine to fight to rescue Kuwait in the first Gulf War.How Margaret Thatcher Saved Britain and Changed the World | David Frum | April 8, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The only President to ever turn words into action on this front was George HW Bush, and that was a long time ago.
But I had had some great training from Derek, and I wanted to see if my ideas might work in the U.S. HW: Well, they did.
Boy, what he went through... HW: I am so passionate about this film.
HW: My brother Bob and I had started a concert promotion business when we were at university in Buffalo.
Ye-HW-lo-gee, the Cloud; a Chief who distinguished himself in the war.
Old English HW was written in the north qu(h), but elsewhere wh, often sinking into w.
I cannot persuade James to remain, even as half owner of the HW ranch and stock.The Brand | Therese Broderick
She seemed to be as happy and vivacious as when she had come to HW Ranch a year before.The Brand | Therese Broderick
The development in later dialects is against the assumption that HW- became kw- in pronunciation.Fourteenth Century Verse & Prose | Various
British Dictionary definitions for HW
cricket hit wicket
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