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Hitchhiker
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Hitchhiker: One who hitchhikes, one who travels by soliciting rides from passing vehicles
Hitchhiking
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Hitchhiking: Traveling by soliciting rides from passing vehicles
Holiday resort
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Holiday resort: Vacation resort, recreation center for those on vacation
Hosteller
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Hosteller: Traveler who stays at hostels overnight person who lodges guests owner of cheap hotel or inn person who operates a hostel innkeeper
Hotel chain
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Hotel chain: Network of establishments that provide lodging and sometimes food for travelers
Hour
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Hour: The time of the day, as expressed in hours and minutes, and indicated by a timepiece as, what is the hour At what hour shall we meet Fixed or appointed time conjunc
Houyhnhnm
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Houyhnhnm: One of the race of horses described by Swift in his imaginary travels of Lemuel Gulliver. The Houyhnhnms were endowed with reason and noble qualities subject t
Howadji
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Howadji: A traveler. A merchant so called in the East because merchants were formerly the chief travelers.
Hydro-aeroplane
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Hydro-aeroplane: An a?roplane with a boatlike or other understructure that enables it to travel on, or to rise from the surface of, a body of water by its own motive powe
Hydroaeroplane
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Hydroaeroplane: Seaplane, plane with special landing gear adapted for traveling or taking off and landing on a body of water
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