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Hobart Coaches Hobart Coaches is a Tasmanian coach company. It was originally started as a subsidiary company of Hazell Brothers with services starting in the Kingston and Blackmans Bay, D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Huon, Richmond and New Norfolk areas.
Hobart Devils The Hobart Devils were an Australian basketball team, that played in Hobart, Tasmania, in the National Basketball League. The team was the only representative from the state of Tasmania for the majority of its tenure, but was one of three teams (the Geelong Supercats and the Gold Coast Rollers being the other two) that had their NBL licenses revoked by the league directors in 1996 due to financial difficulties.
Hobart Ferry Services Hobart Ferry Services provide a major alternative public transport service for commuters and tourists in the city's of Hobart and Clarence, in Tasmania. With both cities stradling the Derwent River water transport provides a sensible, comfortable and fast way to commute across this major river.
Hobart Gap The Hobart Gap is a strategic pass and road through the Watchung Mountains in Northern New Jersey. During the American Revolutionary War, Hessian General Baron Wilhelm von Knyphausen attempted to seize the Hobart Gap, now crossed by present-day Route 24, in order to attack the American headquarters in Morristown for the British.
Hobart Huson Hobart Huson is the founder and site designer of online forum The Hive and author of several popular books such as Total Synthesis I and II, and Sources, in which he details methods of synthesizing a variety of amphetamines, obtaining equipment and chemicals, and avoiding prosecution for said activity. Huson posted on The Hive under the pseudonym Strike and was considered somewhat of an expert on the topic of underground drug synthesis but his true identity was revealed following a ten-month investigation by NBC show Dateline.
Hobart Lake National Wildlife Refuge Hobart Lake National Wildlife Refuge is a 2,077 acre Easement Refuge located in Barnes County, North Dakota five miles west of Valley City. The refuge is divided in half by Interstate Highway 94 running east and west.
Hobart Muir Smith Hobart Muir Smith (born Frederick William Stouffer, on September 26, 1912 in Stanwood, Iowa, USA) is an American herpetologist. He has been credited with describing several new species of North American reptile and amphibian, as well, he has been honored by having a species blackhead snake named after him, Tantilla hobartsmithi.
Hobart Quantum Hobart Quantum is a Weighing Supermarket Scale, is the sucessor of Hobart SP Series, Made in United States of America by Hobart Corporation, this scale have a ATM Style Console, capacity of approximately 6,000 PLU's (2.5 MB RAM Memory) and NSF Certified.
Hobart Rangers Hobart Rangers Soccer club was a short lived soccer team which was formed out of the old Hydro SC team, that had represented the Hydro Electric Commission in the Southern Premier League from 1954 until 1957. Before World War II it had been commonplace for teams to represent companies, but this seems to have been discouraged in the post-war years.
Hobart Zoo The Hobart Zoo was an old-fashioned style Zoological Gardens located on the Queens Domain in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The Zoo's site is very close to the site of the Tasmanian Governor's House, and the Botanical Gardens.
Hobart's Funnies Hobart's Funnies were a number of unusually modified tanks operated during World War II by the United Kingdom's 79th Armoured Division or by specialists from the Royal Engineers. They were designed in light of problems that more standard tanks experienced during the Dieppe Raid, so that the new models would be able to overcome the problems of the planned Invasion of Normandy.
Hobart's Regiment of Militia Hobart's Regiment of Militia also known as the 12th New Hampshire Militia Regiment was called up on July 21, 1777 at Plymouth, New Hampshire for Gen. John Stark's Brigade gathering at Charlestown, New Hampshire during the Saratoga Campaign.
Hobbie Accessible The Hobbie Accessible was an American automobile manufactured in Hampton, Iowa from 1908 until 1909. One of many high-wheeler cars produced at the time, it featured a twin-cylinder air cooled engine, tiller steering, and solid tires.
Hobble A hobble is a device for restricting the ability of a human or an animal to run or to walk by limiting the motion of the legs. Although hobbles are most commonly used on horses, they may also be used on dogs, especially during force-fetch training to limit the movement of a dog's front paws.
Hobble skirt A hobble skirt is a skirt with a seemingly narrowed hem that suggests the wearer is significantly impeded from taking a normal stride. Although restrictive skirts first appeared in Western fashion in around 1880, the term is typically used in reference to a short-lived trend of narrow skirts in around 1913.
Hobbs Coast Hobbs Coast () is that portion of the coast of Marie Byrd Land extending from Cape Burks to a point on the coast opposite eastern Dean Island, at . It was discovered by the US Antarctic Service (USAS) (1939-41) and named for Prof.
Hobbs End Hobbs End is the name of a fictional location used in several works of speculative fiction. Its name is possibly intended to convey a sense of unease, evil, or "wrongness", since "Hob" is an old nickname for the devil.
Hobbs Meter The Hobbs Meter, as described by Ed Gerkin of Honeywell, is a "DC powered hour meter that is very straight forward in operation. When DC power is applied to the appropriate +/- terminals the meters will start to accumulate elapsed time.
Hobbs Observatory Hobbs Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's Department of Physics and Astronomy and home to the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society. It is located in the Beaver Creek Reserve four miles north of Fall Creek, Wisconsin.
Hobby horse A hobby horse (or hobby-horse) is a child's toy horse, particularly popular during the days before cars. Just as children today imitate adults driving cars, so, in former times, children played at riding a wooden hobby-horse made of a straight stick with a small horse's head (of wood or stuffed fabric), and perhaps reins, attached to one end.
Hobby store A hobby store is a place dedicated to the selling of things that people usually employ for their personal satisfaction. Hobby stores are particularly popular with men and children, less so with women, although many hobby stores today cater to women's interests too.
Hobe Ferris Albert Sayles "Hobe" Ferris, (December 7 1877 â€“ March 18 1938), was a major league second baseman during the 1900s. He holds the record for the lowest on base percentage of any player in major league baseball history with over 5000 plate appearances, recording an OBP of just .
Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge The Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge is part of the United States National Wildlife Refuge System, located 20 miles north of West Palm Beach, on and around Jupiter Island. The 980 acre refuge was established in 1969, to protect the Loggerhead and Green Sea Turtles.
Hobee's Restaurant Hobee's is chain of sit-down restaurants in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties in Northern California. Founder, Paul Taber, bought the Dairy Belle in Mountain View, California, and opened the first Hobbee's restaurant in 1974.
Hoberman Arch The Hoberman Arch was the centerpiece of the Olympic Medals Plaza during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Designed by Chuck Hoberman, it was used as the curtain for the stage, opening like the iris of an eye to reveal a duplicate cauldron in the floor behind the medals platform.
Hoberman sphere A Hoberman sphere is a structure that resembles a geodesic dome, but is capable of folding down to a fraction of its normal size by the scissor-like action of its joints. Colorful plastic versions have become popular as a child's toy: several toy sizes exist, with the original design capable of expanding from 15 cm (6 inches) in diameter to 76 cm (30 inches).
Hobgoblin (comics) The Hobgoblin is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe as an enemy of Spider-Man who uses a variant of the persona of the Green Goblin. Although there have technically been five characters to take up the Hobgoblin guise in the mainstream Marvel Universe, only three of them did so without being manipulated into the role.
Hobgoblin (Dungeons & Dragons) In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, hobgoblins are a larger, stronger, smarter and more menacing form of goblins, but not as high up on the goblinoid hierarchy as bugbears. Hobgoblins are humanoids.
Hobie 16 The ISAF International Class Hobie 16 (H16) is a popular catamaran manufactured by the Hobie Cat Company for racing and day sailing. The craft was the driving force behind the popularization of beach cats and was recently inducted into the Sailing Hall Of Fame.
Hobie Billingsley Hobie Billingsley is an American diving champion and honoree of the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Considered one of the highlights of his career was during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, when Billingsley was honored by his nation with the opportunity to conduct the oath of judges by proclaiming, "In the name of all the judges and officials, I promise that we shall officiate in these Olympic Games with complete impartiality, respecting and abiding by the rules which govern them in the true spirit of sportsmanship.
Hobie Landrith Hobert Neal Landrith (born March 16, 1930 in Decatur, Illinois) is a former catcher in Major League Baseball who played from 1950 through 1963 for the Cincinnati Reds & Redlegs (1950-1955), Chicago Cubs (1956), St. Louis Cardinals (1957-1958), San Francisco Giants (1959-1961), New York Mets (1962), Baltimore Orioles (1962-1963) and Washington Senators (1963).
Hobo bag The hobo bag is a style of handbag or purse that is typically large and characterized by a crescent shape, a slouchy posture and a long strap designed to wear over the shoulder. Hobo bags are made out of soft, flexible materials and tend to slump, or slouch, when set down.
Hobo nickel The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The nickel, because of its size, thickness, and relative softness, was a favored coin for this purpose.
Hobo spider The hobo spider (Tegenaria agrestis) is a member of the genus of spiders known colloquially as funnel web spiders. It is one of a small number of spiders in North America whose bites are generally considered to be medically significant.
Hobo stove A hobo stove is a style of improvised heat-producing and cooking device frequently used by hobos, tramps, the homeless, and backpackers. It is constructed out of a discarded can or tin of any size by removing the top of the can, punching a number of holes near the upper edge, and punching corresponding holes in the opposite base.
Hoboken Parks Initiative The Hoboken Parks Initiative is an undergoing plan for the expansion of open space in Hoboken, New Jersey that was announced by the mayor of Hoboken, David Roberts on January 20 2005. It involves several new parks to be added to Hoboken.
Hoboken Public Schools Hoboken Public Schools is a commprehensive community public school district located in Hoboken, New Jersey, United States, that serves children in Kindergarten through twelfth grade. Hoboken Public Schools, an Abbott District, serves the city of Hoboken.
Hoboken Shore Railroad Hoboken Shore Railroad is a New Jersey railroad which started as the Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad , and was then renamed in 1954. It ran along the Hoboken waterfront, serving local industries, until it was abandoned in 1978.
Hoboksar Mongol Autonomous County The Hoboksar Mongol Autonomous County is a county situated in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and is under the administrative jurisdiction of the Tacheng Prefecture. It has an area of 28,799 sq km with a population of 50,000.
Hobson's Conduit Hobson's Conduit was built from 1610 to 1614 by Thomas Hobson to bring fresh water into the city of Cambridge from Nine Wells, near the village of Shelford It is now a historical relic and what remains of the conduit flows beside Trumpington Street and past Brookside, where it is at its widest. At the corner of Lensfield Road stands an octagonal monument to Hobson, which once formed part of the market square fountain, and was moved to this location in 1856, after a fire in the Market [http://www.
Hobson's choice Hobson's choice is an apparently free choice that is really no choice at all. The phrase is said to originate from Thomas Hobson (1544â€“1630), a livery stable owner at Cambridge, England who, in order to rotate the use of his horses, offered customers the choice of either taking the horse in the stall nearest the doorâ€”or taking none at all.
Hobson-Jobson Hobson-Jobson is the alternative (and better-known) title of Glossary of Anglo-Indian Colloquial Words and Phrases, a popular collection of Hindustani terms written for a British audience by Henry Yule and Arthur C. Burnell and published in 1886.
Hobsons Bay Womens Referral Service Hobsons Bay Women's Referral Service is a service designed for the women of Hobsons Bay to meet their needs. The service focuses on domestic violence and empowering women so that they can move forward towards a happy and fulfilling life free of fear.
Hobyo Hobyo is an ancient harbor city in the Mudugh region of Somalia. Hobyo means "has water", and the plentiful fresh water to be had from the wells in and around Hobyo (a rarity in that region of the world) has been the driving force behind Hobyo's ancient status as a favorite port-of-call for sailors.
Hoca Sadeddin Efendi Hoca Sadeddin Efendi or Hoca Sa'dĂĽddin Efendi (1536 â€” October 2, 1599) was a Turkish scholar, official, and historian, a teacher of Ottoman sultan Murad III (when Murad was prince). His name is transcribed differently: Sa'd ad-Din, Sa'd al-Din, Saâ€™adeddin, Sadeddin, etc.
Hocchiku Hocchiku ([also hochiku or hotchiku) is a Japan]ese [[end-blown flute, crafted from root sections of bamboo. After cleaning and sanding, the heavy root end of the bamboo stalk reveals many small circular knots where the roots formerly joined the stalk.
Hocine Soltani Hocine Soltani (born December 27, 1972 in Thenia-2002) is a boxer from Algeria, who won two Olympic medals. In 1992 he placed third in the Featherweight division (54-57 kg), and at the 1996 Summer Olympics he won a gold medal in Lightweight.
Hock (wine) Hock is an English word for German wine, short for the now obsolete word hockamore (hochheimer), after the German town of Hochheim on the Main. Hochheim is a traditional vineyard site in the Rheingau region where wine shipments to England used to originate for many years.
Hock burns Hock burns are marks found on the upper joints of chickens and other birds raised on broiler farms. These marks are where the ammonia from the waste of other birds has burned through the skin of the leg, leaving a mark.
Hocken Library The Hocken Library (also known by its Southern MÄori name of Te Uare Taoka o HÄkena) is a research library and historical archive based in the New Zealand city of Dunedin. It is a national library administered by the University of Otago.
Hockenheimring The Hockenheimring Baden-WĂĽrttemberg is a motor racing circuit situated near the town of Hockenheim in Baden-WĂĽrttemberg, Germany. Amongst other motor racing events, it holds the annual Formula One German Grand Prix.
Hockey Hockey is any of a family of sports in which two teams compete by trying to maneuver a ball, or a hard, round disc called a puck, into the opponent's net or goal, using a hockey stick. The dominant version of hockey in a particular region tends to be known simply as hockey, other forms being more fully qualified.
Hockey at the 1999 Pan American Games The Field Hockey Tournament at the 1999 Pan American Games was held on the pitch of the Kildonan East College near Winnipeg, Canada, from Saturday July 24 to Wednesday August 4. It served as a qualification tournament for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Hockey at the 2006 Commonwealth Games Field hockey at the 2006 Commonwealth Games for women took place between March 16 and March 25 while for men, between March 17 and March 26. Both competitions consisted of a round robin stage of two groups of five with the winners and runners-up of each group qualifying for the semi finals.
Hockey at the Pan American Games Argentina and Canada have dominated the men's field hockey tournament at the Pan American Games since its inception in 1967. In the sport of field hockey, the Pan American Games also serve as a qualifying event for the Summer Olympics in the following year, with the winner earning an automatic berth.
Hockey Australia Hockey Australia formed from the merger of the Australian Hockey Association and Women's Hockey Australia in 2000. It is the national body responsible for the promotion, development and administration of field hockey in Australia.
Hockey bag A hockey bag is a large duffel bag like carrying device used to transport hockey equipment. Simple versions may only have one compartment for carrying equipment while more expensive versions may have 5 or 6 compartments including compartments shaped to hold skates or other equipment.
Hockey card Hockey cards are a type of trading card typically printed on some sort of card stock, featuring one or more hockey players or other hockey-related editorial and are typically found in countries such as the United States and Canada where hockey is a popular sport and there are professional leagues. The obverse side normally features an image of the subject with identifying information such as name and team.
Hockey Calgary Hockey Calgary is the governing body for ice hockey in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada at the Junior "B", Junior "C", Senior, and Minor levels. The organization is a subsection of Hockey Alberta and Hockey Canada.
Hockey Central Hockey Central is a brand of NHL hockey-related programming on Rogers Sportsnet and The Fan 590. The current Hockey Central products are Hockey Central, a recurring segment during broadcasts of Sportsnet News, Hockey Central Saturday, an hour long program appearing on Sportsnet highlighting top stories of the week with a major focus on Canadian teams, and Hockey Central at Noon, an hour long program simulcast on Sportsnet and The Fan 590.
Hockey Club Lugano Hockey Club Lugano, often abbreviated to HC Lugano, are a professional ice hockey club based in Lugano, Switzerland. The professional men's team compete in the Swiss Nationalliga A, the women's team, called "HC Lugano Panther Ladies Team", won the Swiss Championship 2006 and qualified for the final round of the IIHF European Women Champions Cup 2007.
Hockey Hall of Fame The Hockey Hall of Fame which is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, celebrates the history of hockey with exhibits featuring memorabilia and NHL trophies (including the Stanley Cup) along with interactive activities. It is sponsored by the NHL and Hockey Canada [http://www.
Hockey Homicide Hockey Homicide is a cartoon made by the Walt Disney Company in 1945. In this cartoon, Goofy provides some of the finer points of "sportsmanship" on this famous ice sport as the players and eventually the spectators get into the fight, during which snippets from other Disney cartoons (including Pinocchio) are included.
Hockey Champions Trophy The Champions Trophy is the International Hockey Federation's most prestigious annual event (since 1980). Founded by the Pakistan Air Marshal Nur Khan, it features the world's top-ranked teams competing in a round robin format.
Hockey jersey A hockey jersey, traditionally called a sweater, is a piece of clothing worn by hockey players to cover the upper part of their bodies. Hockey sweaters used today are typically made out of tough synthetic materials like polyester to help wick away moisture and keep players dry.
Hockey Night in Canada Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) is a popular television broadcast of National Hockey League games in Canada, produced by the CBC. Hockey Night consistently remains one of the highest-rated Canadian programs on television.
Hockey pants Hockey pants, also called "breezers," are knee-to-waist protective gear for ice hockey or roller hockey players. The pants carry a variety of padding depending on whether they are worn by goaltenders or skaters (forwards and defenders), and also on the manufacturer.
Hockey pool A hockey pool is a game in which the participants (called "owners") each draft or acquire a team of real-life NHL players and then score points based on those players' statistical performance on the ice. It is a simpler and less involved version of fantasy hockey.
Hockey stick controversy The Hockey stick controversy is a dispute over the validity of certain reconstructions of the temperature record of the past 1000 years, principally the early work of Mann, Bradley and Hughes (1998), whose "hockey stick" graph was featured in the 2001 United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report. The methodology and data sets used in creating the Mann et al.
Hockeyville Hockeyville was a contest held by the CBC and Kraft Canada in 2006 to find out what community in Canada best represented hockey and the spirit of community. The contest was won by Deuville's rink in Salmon River, Nova Scotia.
Hockhocking Adena Bikeway The Hockhocking Adena Bikeway is an 18-mile-long bicycle path in Athens County, Ohio, in the United States. The original section of the path was built on a levee along the Hocking River at Ohio University in Athens, on university land.
Hocking Canal The Hocking Canal was a small 19th Century canal in southern Ohio that once linked Athens to Lancaster and the Ohio and Erie Canal, but was destroyed by flooding and never rebuilt. It paralleled the Hocking River.
Hocking College Hocking College is a 2 year technical college located in Nelsonville, Ohio. The College is recognized for its innovative hands-on instructional approach with degree and certificate programs, with various specialties including natural resources, health and nursing, public safety services, business, IT, culinary arts, hospitality, broadcasting and industrial technology.
Hocking Hills The Hocking Hills is a deeply-dissected area of the Allegheny Plateau in Ohio, primarily in Hocking County, that features cliffs, gorges, rock shelters, and waterfalls. The relatively extreme topography in this area is due to the Blackhand Sandstone (so named because of Native American graphics on the formation near Newark, Ohio), a particular formation that is thick, hard and weather-resistant, and so forms high cliffs and narrow, deep gorges.
Hocking Hills State Park Hocking Hills State Park is a non-contiguous state park located in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio, in Hocking County, Ohio. Within the park are several spectacular features based around rock formations, including Old Man's Cave, a narrow, deep gorge featuring waterfalls; Rockhouse, a cliffed area with a rock shelter; Cantwell Cliffs, a broad gorge at the head of a hollow with a unique stone stairway; and Ash Cave and Cedar Falls, large rock shelters with waterfalls.
Hockley Heath Hockley Heath is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, West Midlands, England. It is one of the Arden villages which later became a convenient stopping off point for users of the Stratford-on-Avon Canal.
Hockley Village Hockley Village (or more commonly, just Hockley) is an area near the centre of Nottingham, UK, adjacent to the Lace Market. With many bars, restaurants and trendy clothes shops, it is a vibrant, modern section of the city, described by one fan as "the Soho of Nottingham".
Hockley, Texas Hockley, Texas is an unincorporated community located in Harris County, Texas approximately 5 miles southeast of Waller and thirty-six miles northwest of Houston city limits on State Highway 6. The community was established in 1835 by George Washington Hockley.
Hockomock League The Hockomock League is an athletic league located in southeastern Massachusetts, consisting of nine member schools. The "Hock" league is a subset of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association
Hocus Pocus (computer game) Hocus Pocus is a side-scrolling platform video game developed by Moonlite Software and published by Apogee Software in 1994 for MS-DOS. It is a 256 color VGA game featuring 360 degree scrolling and parallaxing backgrounds.
Hocus Pocus (film) Hocus Pocus is a children's Halloween themed film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and distributed by Buena Vista International. The movie started life as a script for a special original movie for the Disney Channel, to be produced by one of the smaller studios owned by The Walt Disney Company, but the script caught the eye of Walt Disney Pictures who decided that the film was strong enough to carry well-known names and to attract a cinema audience.
Hod (Kabbalah) Hod ("Majesty"; ×”×•×“) in the Kabbalah of Judaism is the eighth sephira of the Kabbalistic tree of life. It is derived from hod ×”×•×“ in the Hebrew language meaning "majesty" or "splendor" and denoting "praise" as well as "submission".
Hod HaSharon Hod HaSharon (×”×•×“ ×”×©×¨×•×ź "Splendor of the Sharon" in Hebrew) is a city in the Center District of Israel. Officially declared a city in 1990, Hod HaSharon was created from the union of four neighboring small towns: Magdiel, Ramatayim, Hadar, and Ramat Hadar.
Hod Stuart William H. "Hod" Stuart (1879 in Ottawa, Ontario - June 23, 1907) was a Canadian amateur ice hockey forward who played for the Ottawa Silver Seven, Rat Portage Thistles, Quebec Bulldogs and Montreal Wanderers.
Hoda Lattaf Hoda Lattaf (born August 31 1978 in Bordeaux) is a French soccer player who plays in attack. She currently plays for Lyon in the top French league and is one of the leading players for the France national team, and was seen as the preferred partner for Marinette Pichon until the latter decided to retire from international soccer.
Hodaka Yoshida Hodaka Yoshida (1926-1995), well-known artist, was a Japanese modernist who worked first in oils and then from 1950 in the woodblock print medium. From the beginning of his career, he broadened the range of style and technique of the Yoshida family artists.
Hodbarrow Nature Reserve Hodbarrow Nature Reserve is on the edge of the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, England. The River Duddon flows through the Duddon Valley, rising in the mountains between Eskdale and Langdale, before flowing into the Irish Sea near Millom and Hodbarrow.
Hoddle Highway Hoddle Highway is an urban "highway" in Melbourne linking CityLink and the Eastern Freeway, allotted metropolitan route ("blue-shielded") 29. It starts at the Eastern Freeway entrance in Fitzroy and heads directly southwards until reaching Citylink in Richmond, near the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and continues across the Yarra River and down to the Nepean and Princes Highways, at St Kilda Junction.
Hoddle railway station, Victoria Hoddle(originally Hoddle Range) was a railway station on the South Gippsland line in South Gippsland, Victoria. The station was opened during the 1890s and was one of the first to close on the South Gippsland line, closing in the 1960's.
Hoddle Street massacre The Hoddle Street massacre is the name given to a tragedy that occurred on the evening of Sunday, August 9, 1987 in Hoddle Street, Clifton Hill, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The shootings resulted in the deaths of 7 people, and serious injury to 19 others.
Hoder (comics) Hoder is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe, based loosely on the HĂ¶Ă°r of Norse myth. Hoder is a totally blind, elder Asgardian god who was once tricked by Loki, God of mischief, into nearly killing Balder by shooting him with an arrow made of mistletoe wood which is the only thing that Balder is vulnerable to.
Hodge 301 Hodge 301 is a star cluster in the Tarantula Nebula, visible from Earth's Southern Hemisphere. The cluster and nebula lie about 168,000 light years away, in one of our Milky Way Galaxy's orbiting satellite galaxies, the Large Magellanic Cloud.
Hodge conjecture The Hodge conjecture is a major unsolved problem of algebraic geometry. It is a conjectural description of the link between the algebraic topology of a non-singular complex algebraic variety, and its geometry as captured by polynomial equations that define sub-varieties.
Hodge index theorem In mathematics, the Hodge index theorem for an algebraic surface V determines the signature of the intersection pairing on the algebraic curves C on V. It says, roughly speaking, that the space spanned by such curves (up to linear equivalence) has a one-dimensional subspace on which it is positive definite (not uniquely determined), and decomposes as a direct sum of some such one-dimensional subspace, and a complementary subspace on which it is negative definite.
Hodge theory In mathematics, Hodge theory is one aspect of the study of the algebraic topology of a smooth manifold M. More specifically, it works out the consequences for the cohomology groups of M, with real coefficients, of the partial differential equation theory of generalised Laplacian operators associated to a Riemannian metric on M.
Hodge-Podge *Hodge-podge or hotchpotch or hotch pot is an English expression often used negatively, denoting a "mixture" or "[of things. According to the Concise Oxford Dictionary] it is derived from the [[Middle English word hochepot and it is a: "Dish of many mixed ingredients, especially mutton broth with vegetables.
Hodgepodge Lodge Hodgepodge Lodge (sometimes spelled Hodge-Podge Lodge) was a children's television show produced by Maryland Public Broadcasting and shown on a number of PBS stations in the early 1970s, hosted by Miss Jean Worthley. It featured the quiet Miss Jean introducing elementary age children to wild animals in a calm setting around the namesake lodge.
Hodges Drive, Perth Hodges Drive is a main west-east road in Joondalup, north of Perth, Western Australia. It begins in the suburb of Ocean Reef at a T-junction with Ocean Reef Road and runs through the residential areas in Ocean Reef, Connolly and Heathridge, before terminating at Joondalup Drive.
Hodges Gardens, Park and Wilderness Area Hodges Gardens, Park and Wilderness Area (4,700 acres) is a nonprofit recreation area with botanical gardens, located on US 171 near Many, Louisiana (the actual location is between Hornbeck and Florien), USA, approximately halfway between Shreveport and Lake Charles. Cabins and campgrounds are available 12 months of the year; a fee is charged.