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Hootenanny Hootenanny was used in the early twentieth century to refer to things whose names were forgotten or unknown. In this usage it was synonymous with thingamajig or whatchamacallit, as in "hand me that hootenanny.
Hootenanny (album) Hootenanny was the second album by The Replacements. It was recorded from October 1982 to January 1983 at Blackberry Way Studios, and at Stark/Mudge Mobile Unit warehouse, Brooklyn Center, Roseville, Minnesota and released on April 29, 1983 (see 1983 in music).
Hootenanny (UK TV series) Hootenanny is an annual New Year's Eve music show presented by Jools Holland as an off-shoot of his Later with Jools Holland series. It is broadcast between 11 o'clock and around 1 o'clock every 31 December in the UK on BBC2.
Hootenanny Singers The Hootenanny Singers (originally called the Westbay Singers) were a popular folk group from Sweden, playing in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The group included BjĂ¶rn Ulvaeus, who later was a member of ABBA.
Hooters Air Hooters Air was an air carrier headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Hooters Air flights were operated by Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based Pace Airlines both as ad-hoc private charters, and as scheduled USDOT Public Charters.
Hooterville Cannonball The Hooterville Cannonball was a fictitional railroad train featured in Petticoat Junction, an American situation comedy that was produced by Filmways, Inc. and originally aired on the CBS network from 1963 to 1970.
Hooton Pagnell Hooton Pagnell is a village and a civil parish in the metropolitan borough of Doncaster (part of South Yorkshire, England), on the border with West Yorkshire. It lies on the B6422 road, and is located at approximately , at an elevation of around 80 metres above sea level.
Hooton Park Hooton Park, Cheshire, is an airfield originally built for the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 as a training aerodrome for pilots in WW1. During the early/mid 1930's, it was one of the two airfields (with Liverpool Speke) handling scheduled services for the Merseyside region.
Hooty Sapperticker Hooty Sapperticker is a song by Barbara and the Boys and widely considered one of the worst songs of all time. It was popularized after being mentioned by Dave Barry when he prompted readers to send in recordings of "really bad songs.
Hoover (band) Hoover was an American punk rock (or post-hardcore) band from Washington, DC. Hoover was formed in 1992, and went on to produce some of the more intense music to appear on the Dischord Records label in the 1990s.
Hoover blanket "Hoover blanket" was a slang term for a newspaper during the Great Depression. It refers to that because of Hoover's failure to stop the depression, people turned out on the street had to use newspapers to keep warm.
Hoover Building The Hoover Building on Western Avenue in Perivale, West London is an example of Art Deco architecture, designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners. It is celebrated in the song "Hoover Factory" by Elvis Costello.
Hoover Commission Note: This article is about the two commissions, 1947-1949 and 1953-1955, headed by former President Herbert Hoover to recommend administrative changes to promote efficiency in the United States Government. A "Little Hoover Commission" was created by the U.
Hoover free flights promotion The Hoover free flights promotion was a marketing promotion in which the British division of The Hoover Company promised free airline tickets to customers who purchased more than ÂŁ100 worth of their products. The response to the promotion was far greater than Hoover had anticipated, resulting in the company being overwhelmed by the demand for tickets and the cost involved in supplying them.
Hoover Chair The Hoover Chair (French: Chaire Hoover d'Ă©thique Ă©conomique et sociale), was established at the Universite Catholique de Louvain by Pierre Macq in 1991. This was made possible by a generous donation from the Hoover Foundation for university development.
Hoover Institution The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace is a public policy think tank and library founded by Herbert Hoover at Stanford University, his alma mater. Some of its fellows have connections to the Bush administration.
Hoover Metropolitan Stadium Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, also known as The Hoover Met, is a minor league baseball park located in the Birmingham, Alabama, USA, suburb of Hoover. It has been the home of the Birmingham Barons of the Southern League since 1988, replacing historic Rickwood Field in Birmingham.
Hoover Moratorium The Hoover Moratorium was a public statement issued by Herbert Hoover on June 20 1931 in order to deal with a very serious banking collapse in Central Europe that threatened to cause a world-wide financial melt-down. It called for a one-year halt in reparations payments by Germany to France and of Allied war debts to the United States.
Hoover Tower Hoover Tower (called HooTow by contraction-happy students) is a 285-foot structure on the campus of Stanford University in Stanford, California. The tower is part of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, a research center founded by former U.
Hoover Wilderness The Hoover Wilderness is a wilderness area in the Inyo and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests. It lies to the east of the crest of the central Sierra Nevada in California, to the north and east of Yosemite National Park.
Hoover-Minthorn House The Hoover-Minthorn House is a museum in Newberg, Oregon, United States, created from the house of Herbert Hoover, thirty-first President of the United States. Hoover lived there from 1885 to 1891, with his uncle and aunt John and Laura Minthorn.
Hoover, Alabama Hoover is a city in Jefferson and Shelby counties in middle central Alabama, in the United States. A suburb of Birmingham, the population of the city was 62,742 as of the 2000 (census) and was estimated to be 67,469 in 2005.
Hooverball Hooverball (sometimes written Hoover-Ball) is a medicine ball game invented by Herbert Hoover's personal physician to help keep then-President Hoover fit. The Hoover (Presidential) Library Association and the city of West Branch, Iowa co-host a national championship each year.
Hooverphonic Hooverphonic is a Belgian rock/pop group formed in 1995. Though early on categorized as a trip hop group, they quickly expanded their sound to the point where they could no longer be pigeonholed into one genre.
Hooverville Hooverville is a term describing a series of villages that appeared during the Great Depression in the United States from 1929 through the 1930s and 1940s. These villages were often formed in unpleasant neighborhoods or desolate areas and consisted of dozens or hundreds of shacks and tents that were temporary residences of those left unemployed and homeless by the Depression.
Hooyah Hooyah is the war cry used by the United States Navy and particularly Navy Seals, like Oorah in the Marine Corps or Hooah in the US Army. Its use is to say Ok or understood and sometimes also used to show some kind of enthusiasm.
Hop Harrigan Hop Harrigan first appeared in All American Comics #1 created by Jon Blummer (Fighting Yank, Little Boy Blue) as one of the first successful aviation heroes in comic history (Hop appeared after Tailspin Tommy, Barney Baxter, Connie Kurridge and others). Hop Harrigan was technically not a true superhero (as he had no costume or special powers) though he did meet the Justice Society of America in All American Comics #8, and he did eventually become a superhero from All American Comics #25 (April 1941) to #28 (July) as the costumed Guardian Angel.
Hop Trefoil Trifolium campestre, commonly known as Hop Trefoil and Low Hop Clover, is a species of clover native to Europe and western Asia, growing in most areas, but specifically thriving on dry, sandy grassland habitats, as well as in fields, woodland margins, roadsides, wastelands and cultivated land. The species name campestre means "of the fields".
Hopa Hopa (Laz: Xopa; Georgian: á®áťá¤á; Armenian: Ő€Ő¸ŐşŐˇ; Russian: ĐĄĐľĐżĐ°; also known as Khupati, Khopta, or Khopa) is a district of Artvin Province of Turkey. It has a population of 14,350 and a mixed population of Laz, Georgians, Armenians (Eastern Hamshenis), and Turks.
Hopak Hopak (, also referred to as Gopak, Cossack Dance, and "Russian" Dance) is a Ukrainian folk dance in 2/4 time and the corresponding musical style. The name is derived from the verb hopaty which means "to jump" and the corresponding exclamation Hop!
Hopatcong High School Hopatcong High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school serving students in ninth through twelfth grades from Hopatcong, in Sussex County, New Jersey, United States, as part of the Hopatcong Public Schools.
Hope (album) Hope is the second album released by the Canadian group Klaatu, in September 1977. It is a concept album, recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, about the sole survivor of an arrogant race of beings, who warns space travelers of hazards in the last days of his life.
Hope (Toshiko Akiyoshi single) Hope (ĺ¸Śćś›) is a CD single by jazz pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi and singer Monday Michiru on the Nippon Crown Record label. The Akiyoshi composition "Hope" is the closing section of the "Hiroshima: Rising from the Abyss" (instrumental) suite introduced on the 2001 Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra album Hiroshima - Rising From The Abyss.
Hope (virtue) Hope is one of the three theological virtues in Christian tradition. Hope being a combination of the desire for something and expectation of receiving it, the virtue is hoping for Divine union and so eternal happiness.
Hope and Anchor, Islington The Hope and Anchor is a public house on Upper Street, Islington, London. During the late 1970s it was one of the first pubs to embrace the emergent, but brief, phenomenon of Pub Rock and with the decline of this movement, went on to become a leading venue in the often-controversial Punk rock movement.
Hope and Glory (TV series) Hope and Glory was a BBC television drama about a comprehensive school struggling with financial, staffing and disciplinary problems, and faced with closure. It starred Lenny Henry as maverick "Superhead" Ian George, enlisted to turn around the school's fortunes.
Hope Air Hope Air is Canada's national charity dedicated to serving Canadians in financial need by providing free air transportation to recognized facilities for medical care not available in the patient's home community.
Hope Album The Hope Album was recorded inside Long Bay Jail in 1993, it was later signed to Warner Bros Music Publishing. The bands Captive Edition and Ricky Jones together with the producer and manager Vincent Ruello pioneered music rehab programmes in all Australian jails where inmates would release pain and anger through recordings of music, words and feelings.
Hope class starship (Star Trek) In the Star Trek fictional universe, Starfleet's Hope class is a class of starship that makes its only featured appearance in an alternate future in Star Trek: The Next Generation's final episode. Hope class starships function as hospital ships and are distinguished by a large, spherical primary hull attached to the curved engineering section.
Hope College Hope College is a medium-sized (3,200 undergraduates), private, residential liberal arts college located in downtown Holland, Michigan, a few miles from Lake Michigan. It was opened in 1851 as the Pioneer School by Dutch immigrants only 4 years after the community was first settled.
Hope Fault The Hope Fault is a right-lateral oblique slip fault in the South Island of New Zealand. It extends northeast from the Alpine Fault on the West Coast to the Pacific Ocean near Kaikoura on the islands East Coast.
Hope Hampton Hope Hampton (Mae Elizabeth Hampton) (19 February 1897 - 23 January 1982) was an American silent motion picture actress, who was noted for her seemingly effortless incarnation of siren and flapper types in silent-picture roles during the 1920s.
Hope Haven Based in Rock Valley, Iowa and founded in 1964 Hope Haven collects, repairs, and distributes wheelchairs internationally. It is a Christian organization that relies heavily upon volunteers and prison inmates to transport and refurbish the wheelchairs.
Hope Hospital Hope Hospital is a large hospital in Eccles, Salford, England, managed by the Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust. It is a teaching hospital, having links with Manchester Medical School, University of Manchester and the University of Salford school of nursing.
Hope in a Darkened Heart Hope in A Darkened Heart is an 1987 album, released by Virginia Astley and produced by renowned producer and musician, Ryuichi Sakamoto. The album is noted for featuring former Japan singer, David Sylvian, on the track "Some Small Hope" and for an alternate version of "A Summer Long Since Past", which was originally included on Astley's "From Gardens Where We Feel Secure" album.
Hope Is Emo Hope Is Emo is an internet, comedy podcast that satirizes the life of a struggling emo girl named Hope. The series was created by Crista Flanagan and the Ask a Ninja team at Beatbox Giant Productions, whose popularity with Ask a Ninja has been phenomenal.
Hope Island, Queensland Hope Island is an area in the city of the Gold Coast that is located roughly north of Runaway Bay. The area was named after colonial aristocrat Captain Louis Hope, who was granted approximately 1,800 acres of land at the mouth of the Coomera River in recognition of his contribution in developing the sugar industry in Queensland.
Hope Leslie Hope Leslie or Early Times in the Massachusetts was a novel written by Catharine Maria Sedgwick, first published in 1827. The book is considered significant because of its strong feminist tones and its radical ideas of fairness in dealing with Native Americans, both of which were rare at the time the book as written. The book is considered a romance because of its sometimes wistful treatment of themes.
Hope Marie Carlton Hope Marie Carlton (born Hope Marie Rizzitano March 3, 1966 in Riverhead NY) was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for the July 1985 issue. Following her appearance in Playboy Carlton appeared in several action-adventure/comedy films directed by Andy Sidaris, as well as a number of "B" movies in the 1980s and 1990s.
Hope Memorial Bridge The Hope Memorial Bridge (formerly the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge) is a 5,865 foot (1,787 meter) long art deco truss bridge crossing the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio. It stands 93 feet (28 meters) above the waterline in order to allow shipping to pass.
Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions was an indie band comprising of Hope Sandoval from the dormant band Mazzy Star and Colm O'Ciosoig, formerly of My Bloody Valentine. Their first album Bavarian Fruit Bread was released in 2001.
Hope Springs Hope Springs is a 2003 romantic-comedy film, based on the novel New Cardiff, by Charles Webb, about Colin (Played by Colin Firth), an English painter who comes to the United States after a traumatic experience. It is there that he meets Mandy (Heather Graham), a nursing home worker who helps him get over the breakup between him and Vera (Minnie Driver).
Hope Stevens Hope Stevens was the self-described "Co-chairperson of the National Conference of Black Lawyers of the United States and Canada" who appeared as the defense counsel during the in absentia trial of Pol Pot and Ieng Sary by the Vietnamese-backed Heng Samrin's People's Republic of Kampuchea in Phnom Penh in 1979. Stevens belonged to the New York branch of the Association of Democratic Lawyers.
Hope Theatre The Hope Theatre was one of the theatres built in and around London for the presentation of plays in English Renaissance theatre, comparable to the Globe, the Curtain, the Swan, and other famous theatres of the era.
Hope Valley, Durham, North Carolina Hope Valley was Durham, North Carolina first full-fledged country club suburb, developed around an 18-hole golf course right before the stock market crash of 1929. It was designed to be "right past" the end of the trolley line so that only people owning cars would live there.
Hope Was Here Hope Was Here is a 2000 novel by Joan Bauer about a 16 year old, teenage girl, Hope Yancey, helping out in a political campaign in Mulhoney, Wisconsin, while at the same time, being a waitress. The name of the girl, "Hope", is very symbolic throughout the story.
Hope-cee Pharmaceuticals Hope-cee Pharmaceuticals is a pharmaceutical marketing company based in Lagos, Nigeria, that engaged in marketing and sales of Drug products. It is incorporated in 1998 as a private limited company and subsequently registered with Pharmacist Council of Nigeria.
Hope, British Columbia Hope () is a community of approximately 7,000 people located at the confluence of the Fraser and Coquihalla rivers in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Located 154 kilometers East of Vancouver, Hope is at the southern terminus of the Coquihalla Highway and the western terminus of the Crowsnest Highway, (Highways 5 and 3, respectively) where they merge with the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1).
Hope, Peace and Liberty Hope, Peace, and Liberty (Spanish: Esperanza Paz y Libertad) is a Colombian political party. The party was created in 1991, when the guerrillas Popular Liberation Army (EjĂ©rcito Popular de LiberaciĂłn or EPL) demobilized.
Hopedale, Newfoundland and Labrador Hopedale is a town located in the North of Labrador, the mainland portion of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Hopedale is the legislative capital of the Inuit Land Claims Area Nunatsiavut, and where the Nunatsiavut Assembly meets.
Hopeful Monster Hopeful Monster is the colloquial term used in evolutionary biology to describe an event of instantaneous-speciation, saltation, or systemic mutation, which contributes positively to the production of new major evolutionary groups. The memorable phrase was coined by the German born geneticist Richard Goldschmidt (1878-1958), who believed that small gradual changes could not bridge a hypothetical divide between microevolution and macroevolution.
Hopeful Stakes (United States) The Hopeful Stakes is a race for thoroughbred horses run at a distance of seven furlongs on the dirt at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. A Grade I event offering a purse of $250,000, the Hopeful is the first Grade I stakes for two-year-olds each season, and is the first influential prep race to the Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
Hopeless Savages Hopeless Savages is a series by Oni Press written by Jen van Meter. Thus far there have been three 4-issue miniseries (also released as trade paperbacks) and a one-shot, all written by van Meter but each illustrated by a different set of artists, including Christine Norrie, Chynna Clugston, Andi Watson, and Bryan Lee O'Malley.
HopeLab HopeLab is a non-profit organization based in Palo Alto, CA that combines rigorous research with innovative solutions to improve the health and quality of life for young people with chronic illness. HopeLab's core focus is on cancer, obesity, sickle cell disease, autism, and major depressive disorder.
Hopemont, West Virginia Hopemont is an unincorporated community in Preston County, West Virginia, USA. It is located to the east of Terra Alta and is the home of Hopemont State Hospital, originally created as the West Virginia State Tuberculosis Sanitarium.
Hopen Hopen () is an island in the southeastern part of the Svalbard archipelago (Norway). Norwegian Meteorological Institute (Norges Meteorologiske Institutt) operates a manned weather station on the island with a staff of four persons.
Hopetoun Cup The Hopetoun Cup was established as a perpetual rugby union trophy between Australia and Scotland in 1998. In the spirit of the link between the two countries, it is named after the Seventh Earl of Hopetoun, a Scotsman, who, as the then Governor-General of Australia, presided over the Federation of Australia in 1901.
Hopetown Hopetown lies at the edge of the Great Karoo in South Africa's Northern Cape province. It stands on an arid slope leading down to the Orange River, which was named by the explorer Colonel Robert Gordon in honor of William, Prince of Orange.
Hopetown Carriage Works Hopetown Carriage Works, built in 1853 by Joseph Sparkes in Darlington (Durham), was a workshop of the oldest railway in the world, the Stockton and Darlington Railway. The first floor of the higher part of the building may have been used as a pattern store and drawing office.
Hopevale, Queensland Hopevale, (or Hope Vale), Queensland, Australia () is an Aboriginal community on Cape York Peninsula about 46 km west of Cooktown, and about 10 km off the Battlecamp Road that leads to Lakefield National Park and Laura. The population (in 2005) was approximately 1,200.
Hopeville, West Virginia Hopeville is an unincorporated community on the North Fork South Branch Potomac River in Grant County, West Virginia, USA. Hopeville lies within the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area of the Monongahela National Forest.
Hopeware Hopeware is an information technology (IT) term that broadly encompasses many software products. Frequently in the IT industry software is purchased to solve specific, although sometimes rather nebulous, problems.
Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick Hopewell Cape is a village in southeastern New Brunswick at the head of Shepody Bay and the mouth of the Petitcodiac River. Located about 19 miles (31 kilometres) from Moncton, Hopewell Cape is the former shire town of Albert County.
Hopewell Culture National Historical Park Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, formerly known as Mound City Group National Monument, is a United States national historical park with earthworks and burial mounds from the Hopewell culture, a people group that predated the Native Americans. The park is comprised of five separate sites in Ross County, Ohio.
Hopewell Exchange System The Hopewell exchange system runs from the Southeastern United States into southeastern Canada. Within this area societies participated in a high degree of exchange with the highest amount of activity along waterways.
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site near Elverson, Pennsylvania, is an example of an American 19th century rural "iron plantation". The buildings include a blast furnace and the ironmaster's house, with auxiliary structures.
Hopewell Highway Infrastructure Hopewell Highway Infrastructure Limited (HHI) (ĺĺ’Śĺ…¬č·Żĺźşĺ»şćś‰é™ĺ…¬ĺŹ¸) (Pink Sheets: HHILY) , controlled by Hong Kong tycoon Gordon Wu is the highway unit of Hong Kong-listed conglomerate Hopewell Holdings Ltd.
Hopewell Hill, New Brunswick Hopewell Hill, in Albert County, New Brunswick was the birthplace of the Right Honourable Richard Bedford Bennett, 1st Viscount Bennett, PC , KC , LL.B (July 3, 1870 â€“ June 26, 1947), who was the eleventh Prime Minister of Canada from August 7, 1930 to October 23, 1935.
Hopewell Valley Regional School District The Hopewell Valley Regional School District is a comprehensive regional public school district serving nearly 4,000 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade from three communities in Mercer County, New Jersey. The municipalities that are part of this district are Hopewell Borough (371 students), Hopewell Township (2,998 students) and Pennington Borough (497 students).
Hopewell Valley, New Jersey Hopewell Valley is a group of communities in Mercer County, New Jersey loosely affiliated through municipal service sharing agreements, all of which send their students to the Hopewell Valley Regional School District.
Hophni and Phinehas Hophni () and Phinehas (or Pinhas) () were two brothers described in Samuel as having been the officiating priests at the sanctuary of Shiloh at the time of Hannah. At face value they are both sons of Eli, and thus brothers, though some textual critics believe that Eli is a cipher for El, and that the phrase son of Eli is simply a generic term for a senior priest (cf son of God).
Hopi Champa Hopi Champa is the debut album from Ali Baba's Tahini (best known as the band Jake Cinninger was in before joining progressive rock band Umphrey's McGee). The group, rounded out by singer/songwriter/bassist/sitarist Karl Engelmann and drummer Steve Krojniewski, was a popular attraction in the midwest United States in the late 1990s.
Hopi Reservation The Hopi Reservation is a Native American reservation for the Hopi and Tewa people -- surrounded entirely by the Navajo Reservation -- in Navajo and Coconino counties of Arizona, USA. The site in north-eastern Arizona has a land area of 6,557.
Hopia Hopia is a popular Filipino bean filled pastry originally introduced by Fujianese immigrants in urban centres of the Philippines around the start of the American civil occupation. It is a widely-available inexpensive treat and a favoured gift for friends and relatives.
Hopkins 4K for Cancer The Hopkins 4K for Cancer is a non-profit organization dedicated to uniting communities across the country in the fight against cancer by spreading awareness, raising funds, and fostering hope. It is made up of primarily college students from around the country who, every summer, embark on a 4,000-mile bicycle trek from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California in order to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge in Baltimore.
Hopkins Architects Hopkins Architects (formerly Michael Hopkins and Partners)established in 1976, is a prominent British architectural firm. Its designers have earned numerous awards for their work, with Michael and Patty Hopkins, his wife and partner in the firm, winning the Royal Institute of British Architects Royal Gold Medal and Michael receiving the Commander of theOrder of the British Empire in 1995.
Hopkins High School Hopkins High School is a high school located in Minnetonka, Minnesota, a southwestern suburb of Minneapolis, serving students in grades 10, 11, and 12. Hopkins High School is part of the Hopkins School District 270 and primarily serves the city of Hopkins, but also serves students from parts of Minnetonka, Edina, Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, St.
Hopkins Highway The Hopkins Highway in south-western Victoria, Australia (state route B120) is a short highway serving to link the Hamilton Highway at Mortlake with the Princes Highway (and the western end of the Great Ocean Road nearby) at the port city of Warrnambool.
Hopkins Marine Station Hopkins Marine Station is the marine laboratory of Stanford University. It is located ninety miles south of the university's main campus, in Pacific Grove, California (USA) on the Monterey Peninsula, adjacent to the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Hopkins syndrome Hopkins syndrome, sometimes called acute post-asthmatic amyotrophy, is an acute attack of muscle weakness that arises in a small number of patients with asthma, usually after a severe asthma episode. It is exceptionally rare, and there are not more than a few dozen cases reported in the medical literature, worldwide.
Hopkins School The Hopkins School (or Hopkins Grammar School) is a coeducational private day school in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1660, it is the fifth-oldest educational institution in the United States and the second-oldest secondary school in continuous operation in North America, younger only than the Roxbury Latin School.
Hopkins Tornado of 1881 The Hopkins Tornado of 1881 was a tornado on June 12, 1881, near Hopkins, Missouri in Nodaway County, Missouri involving eight tornadoes in which four united to form what is believed to have been one of the first recorded F5 tornadoes in history.
Hopkinsville Community College Hopkinsville Community College (HCC), located in Hopkinsville, KY, is one of 16 two-year, open-admissions colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). Founded in 1965, HCC maintains a main campus in Hopkinsville and a branch campus in Fort Campbell, KY.
Hopkinsville, Ohio Hopkinsville is an unincorporated place of central Hamilton Township, Warren County, Ohio, about one mile north of Maineville, two miles south of South Lebanon, and three miles northwest of Fosters at the crossroads of State Route 48 and the 3C Highway. The town, which lies in Virginia Military District Military Survey 2956, was established circa 1808, the first settlement of Hamilton Township.
Hopland, California Hopland is a small town of less than 800 people located at the start of the Redwoods in Mendocino county of Northern California. It is about two hours drive along the 101 Freeway north of San Francisco, and a 30-minute drive along Highway 175 to California's largest natural lake Clear Lake.
Hoplite The hoplite was a heavy infantryman that was the central focus of warfare in Ancient Greece. The word hoplite (Greek , hoplitÄ“s) derives from hoplon (, plural hopla, ) meaning an item of armor or equipment and consequently the entire equipment of the hoplite (but not specifically the circular shield, which is sometimes incorrectly referred to as a hoplon, though it was in fact called an aspis).
Hoplocercidae The hoplocercids are a family of lizards native to the tropical forests of Central and South America. They are predominantly terrestrial, and some use their spiny tails to dig shallow retreats in the ground, although they do not build true burrows.
Hoplology Hoplology is a science that studies human combative behavior and performance. The word hoplology is derived from the Greek terms hoplos (a mythical plate-armored animal) and hoplite, the term for the classical Greek warrior.
Hoplomachus A hoplomachos or hoplomachus (Greek, ĎŚĎ€Î»ÎżÎĽÎ±Ď‡ÎżĎ‚, one who fights like a hoplite) was a type of gladiator in ancient Rome, armed in a parody of a Greek hoplite's weapons and armor (ie heavy armor and helmet, round shield). He was often pitted against the murmillo (armed like a Roman soldier), as a re-enactment of Rome's wars in Greece and the Hellenistic East.