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Henry Laurence Gantt
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Henry Laurence Gantt: (1861-1919) U.S. mechanical engineer who developed the Gantt chart in 1910
Hilted
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Hilted: (Bot.) The eye of a bean or other seed the mark or scar at the point of attachment of an ovule or seed to its base or support called also hile. (Anat.) The part o
Hilum
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Hilum: Small scar on a seed (Botany) small opening in an organ through which nerves or vessels pass (Anatomy)
His brakes jammed
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His brakes jammed: His brakes stuck, his brakes failed, he was unable to stop the vehicle due to a brake failure
Hit and run accident
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Hit and run accident: Automobile accident in which a driver who hits a pedestrian or other car drives off to avoid taking responsibility
Hit-and-run
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Hit-and-run: Automobile accident in which a driver who hits a pedestrian or other car drives off to avoid taking responsibility
Hoistaway
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Hoistaway: A mechanical lift. See Elevator.
Hopper
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Hopper: One who, or that which, hops. A chute, box, or receptacle, usually funnel-shaped with an opening at the lower part, for delivering or feeding any material, as to
Horsepower
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Horsepower: Unit for measuring the rate of work of an engine or motor
Hot-bulb engine
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Hot-bulb engine: Low-compression oil engine that needs heated bulb or cap in order to ignite
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