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Hatta

Hatta may refer to: Places Hatta, Gaza, a Palestinian Arab village depopulated in 1948 Kukkar Hatta, a town in Pakistan Hatta, Madhya Pradesh, a village in Damoh District, Madhya Pradesh, India Hatta, United Arab Emirates, a mountain town in the ...

                                               

Hattar

Hattar clan, a Rajput clan, found in the Punjab and Sindh provinces of Pakistan Sakher Hattar born 1963, Jordanian oud player Samer Hattar, Jordanian biologist Nahed Hattar 1960–2016, murdered Jordanian writer and political activist

                                               

Hatter (disambiguation)

Madison Hatters, an American baseball team Stockport County F.C. or the Hatters, an English football team Stetson Hatters, Stetson Universitys athletics teams Luton Town F.C. or the Hatters, an English football team Danbury Hatters, an American b ...

                                               

Hattie (disambiguation)

Hattie is a feminine given name. Hattie may also refer to: Hattie, West Virginia, an unincorporated community Typhoon Hattie Oyang, in the 1990 Pacific hurricane season Hattie Lake, Nova Scotia, Canada Hilo Hattie 1901-1979, Hawaiian singer, hula ...

                                               

Hatting

Hatting may refer to: Hatting, Denmark Hatting Parish in Horsens Municipality, Denmark Hatmaking Hatting, Upper Austria, Austria, in Sankt Marienkirchen am Hausruck John Hatting, ex-husband and singing partner of Lise Haavik Flat-hatting, Aerobat ...

                                               

Haugan

Iceland Hauganes – Icelandic village Norway Haugan, Tolga – village in Hedmark, Norway Haugan, Roros – Norwegian National Weather Station in Sor-Trondelag, Norway Fru Haugans Hotel – historic hotel in Helgeland, Norway United States Haugan Mounta ...

                                               

Haugh

Rachel Haugh, English architect John Haugh, an Irish hurler David Haugh, an American sports journalist Kevin Haugh, an Irish barrister and judge who served as the Attourney General of Ireland Gabrielle Haugh, an American actress Mark Haugh, forme ...

                                               

Haukas

Haukas may refer to: Torfinn Haukås Michael Haukås, Norwegian footballer Haukås, a family name members of the Hauka movement, a religious movement which arose in French Colonial Africa.

                                               

Haus

Jacques-Joseph Haus 1796–1881, Belgian lawyer and professor Georg Haus 1895–1945, German general Hermann A. Haus 1925–2003, Slovene-American physicist, electrical engineer and Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Anton ...

                                               

Hausdorff

Hausdorff may refer to: A Hausdorff space, when used as an adjective, as in "the real line is Hausdorff." Hausdorff measure Hausdorff density Hausdorff dimension, a measure theoretic concept of dimension Hausdorff paradox Felix Hausdorff 1868–194 ...

                                               

Hauteroche

Hauteroche may refer to: Noel Lebreton de Hauteroche, a 17th-century French actor and playwright Hauteroche, Cote-dOr, a commune in France Hauteroche, Jura, a commune in France Hauteroche Castle, a castle in Belgium

                                               

Havelock

Sir Henry Havelock, 1795–1857, British general, active in India John E. Havelock born 1932, Alaska Attorney General from 1970 to 1973 Sir Anthony Havelock-Allan, 4th Baronet 1904–2003, British film producer Eric A. Havelock 1903–1988, British lat ...

                                               

Havens

James S. Havens 1859–1927, American politician Frank Havens canoeist 1924–2018, American sprint canoeist John Havens born 1956/1957, American businessman James D. Havens 1900–1960, American printmaker and painter J. Havens Richards 1851–1923, Ame ...

                                               

Havers

Havers may refer to: Haversian canals, sometimes canals of Havers, microscopic tubes in bone Arthur Havers 1898–1980, English golfer Alice Havers 1850–1890, an English painter and illustrator Havers automobile, built by the Havers Motor Car Compa ...

                                               

Havis

                                               

Haw

many species of hawthorn Crataegus Viburnum prunifolium Viburnum nudum Viburnum rufidulum several species of Viburnum, including Haw flakes, Chinese sweets made from the fruit of the Chinese hawthorn, Crataegus pinnatifida

                                               

Hawarden (disambiguation)

                                               

Hawthorn

Hawthorn maple, Acer crataegifolium, a tree variously classified in families Sapindaceae or Aceraceae Rhaphiolepis hawthorn, a genus of about 15 species of evergreen shrubs and small trees in the family Rosaceae Crataegus hawthorn, a large genus ...

                                               

Hax

Hatbox Field, a closed airfield in Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States HAX Accelerator, a seed accelerator in Shenzhen, China Haida language, spoken in Canada and the United States Hacks disambiguation

                                               

Haya

Haya de Herguijuela Spanish: beech of Herguijela, a solitary specimen of European beech growing near the town of Herguijuela de la Sierra, Spain Myrica faya, or haya, a species of Myrica Haya plant, a genus of plants in the family Caryophyllaceae ...

                                               

Hayfield

Hayfield, Alberta, Canada United Kingdom Hayfield, Derbyshire, a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England Hayfield Road, Oxford, England Hayfield, Fife, a location in Scotland United States Hayfield Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania ...

                                               

Hayton

Հեթում, an Armenian given name Hayton of Corycus c. 1235 – c. 1310, Armenian monk and writer King Hethum I, King of Armenia d. 1271 King Hethum II, King of Armenia 1266–1307

                                               

Haze (disambiguation)

Haze may refer to: Corneal opacification, central corneal opacification is a diagnostic "danger sign" in red eye medicine Haze, atmospheric condition Hazing, to use voice, body hand movements to scare away a wild animal Hazing, a practice of hara ...

                                               

Hazelhurst

in Australia Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre in Gymea, New South Wales, Australia in the United States Hazel Hurst, Pennsylvania, a village in McKean County Hazelhurst community, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Hazelhurst, Wisc ...

                                               

Hazelrigg

Hazelrigg, Indiana, United States Hazelrigg, Lancashire, England Hazelrigg, Cumbria, England Hazelrigg House, Northampton. A grade II listed building Hazlerigg, a village in Tyne & Wear

                                               

Hazeltine

Abner Hazeltine 1793–1879, American politician Ira Sherwin Hazeltine 1821–1899, American politician David Hazeltine born 1958, American jazz pianist, composer, arranger and educator Martin Mason Hazeltine 1827-1903, American photographer Delivera ...

                                               

Hazlehurst

Thomas Hazlehurst businessman 1779–1842, businessman Ronnie Hazlehurst 1928–2007, musician known for his work for the BBC Noni Hazlehurst, Australian actress Thomas Hazlehurst chapel builder 1816–1876, son of the above, noted as a chapel builder ...

                                               

Hazzard (disambiguation)

Margaret Hazzard died 1987, Australian author native to Norfolk Island Linda Hazzard 1867–1938, American doctor Walt Hazzard 1942–2011, American basketball player Noel Hazzard, Australian rugby league footballer Tony Hazzard born 1943, English si ...

                                               

Heap

Heapsort, a comparison-based sorting algorithm Heap data structure, a data structure commonly used to implement a priority queue Heap programming or free store, an area of memory for dynamic memory allocation Heap overflow, a type of buffer overf ...

                                               

Heaton

Persons with the surname Heaton: Tom Heaton born 1986, English football player Dave Heaton born 1941, Iowa State Representative 1994–2018 Arthur B. Heaton 1875–1951, American architect Jack Heaton rugby union 1912–1998, English rugby union footba ...

                                               

Heber

One of the Minor characters in the Book of Genesis According to some British traditions, the name of a people descending from Baath, the first son of Magog, who were supposed to have occupied the Iberian peninsula and Ireland Hibernia prior to ar ...

                                               

Heckscher

Heckscher is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Gunnar Heckscher 1909–1987, Swedish politician and son of Eli Heckscher Eli Heckscher 1879–1952, Swedish economist Charles Heckscher, American academic and management theorist Sten ...

                                               

Hedding

                                               

Heed

Heed may refer to: People: Kash Heed, former member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia Tim Heed born 1991, Swedish professional ice hockey player Jonas Heed born 1967, Swedish former professional ice hockey player In music: Heed band ...

                                               

Heer

Manmohan Waris "Manmohan Heer", born 1970, Punjabi singer and musician Kamal Heer born 1973, Punjabi singer and musician "Sangtar Heer", born 1973, Punjabi composer and musician Jeffrey Heer born 1979, American computer scientist and entrepreneur ...

                                               

Heffer

Heffer may refer to: Simon Heffer born 18 July 1960, British journalist, author and political commentator. Heffer Wolfe, a character from the Nicktoon Rockos Modern Life

                                               

Hegel (disambiguation)

Karl von Hegel 1813–1901, German historian Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel 1770–1831, German philosopher Rob Hegel born 1948, American singer-songwriter Frederik Hegel 1817–1887, Danish bookseller Idora Hegel born 1983, figure skater Robert E. Hege ...

                                               

Heidenhain (disambiguation)

Heidenhain may refer to: Anna Heidenhain, a German artist Martin Heidenhain, a German anatomist, inventor of Heidenhains AZAN trichrome stain Rudolf Heidenhain, a German physiologist and father of Martin Heidenhain Heidenhain, a German machine to ...

                                               

Heidenheim

Heidenheim may refer to: 1. FC Heidenheim 1846, German football club from the city of Heidenheim Heidenheim an der Brenz, town in Baden-Wurttemberg, southern Germany Heidenheim district, district Kreis in the east of Baden-Wurttemberg Heidenheim, ...

                                               

Heidrick

Heidrick may refer to: Emmet Heidrick 1876–1916, American baseball outfielder Heidrick, Kentucky, an unincorporated community located in Knox County

                                               

Heifer

Heifer may refer to: Red heifer, in Christianity or Judaism, was a heifer that was sacrificed and whose ashes were used for the ritual purification Heifer International, a charitable organization Heifer cow, a young cow before she has had her fir ...

                                               

Height (disambiguation)

Height abelian group, an invariant that captures the divisibility properties of an element Height ring theory, a measurement in commutative algebra Height of a field, exponent of torsion in the Witt group Tree height, length of the longest root-t ...

                                               

Heinzen

                                               

Heis

                                               

Heise

William Heise, American film director, The Kiss 1896 Peter Arnold Heise 1830–1879, Danish composer Drot og marsk, "King and Marshal" Bob Heise born 1947, American Major League Baseball player David R. Heise born 1937, American sociologist Geoff H ...

                                               

Heiss

Heiss may refer to: Marian Heiss Price born 1938, Nebraska State Senator Heiss Island, an island in Franz Josef Land, Russia People with the surname Heiss: William C. Heiss born c. 1923, American athlete and coach Anita Heiss born 1968, contempor ...

                                               

Heist

A heist is a grand, high-end theft from an institution such as a bank or a museum, or any theft in which there is a large haul of loot. Heist may also refer to:

                                               

HEK

Frantisek Vladislav Hek 1769–1847, Czech writer van t Hek, a Dutch surname Hugh Keough 1864–1912, American sports journalist Hek Wakefield 1899–1962, American football player

                                               

Helan

Helan, Liaoning 河栏镇, a town in Liaoyang County, Liaoning Helan Mountains 贺兰山, in the northwest of China Helan County 贺兰县, in Yinchuan, Ningxia

                                               

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