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Harvey Nichols Harvey Nichols ("Harvey Nicks"), founded in 1813, is an upmarket department store chain. Its original store is in London, England but it expanded to Leeds, England, and later to more cities in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
Harvey Oren Banks Harvey Oren Banks (March 29, 1910â€“September 22, 1996) was an American civil engineer who was appointed State Engineer of California in 1955 and the first Director of the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) in 1956. Under his direction, DWR completed its first California Water Plan and initiated the first stage of planning of the California State Water Project (SWP).
Harvey Patterson Harvey Norman Murray Patterson (born September 12, 1924 in Roland, Manitoba) is a retired politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served as a New Democratic member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1973 to 1975.
Harvey Pekar Harvey Pekar (born October 8, 1939 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American underground comic book writer. His friendship with Robert Crumb led to the creation of the autobiographical comic book series American Splendor, later adapted as a movie of the same name.
Harvey Phillips Harvey Phillips is a distinguished professor emeritus of the Department of Music, Indiana University, at Bloomington (appointed professor 1971 - retired May 1994). He has performed as tuba soloist throughout the world.
Harvey Point The Harvey Point Defense Testing Activity facility , located near Hertford, North Carolina, was established in World War II as an operating base for blimps conducting anti-submarine surveillance of the Atlantic coast. It is currently used by CIA's Directorate of Operations for personnel training in explosives, paramilitary combat, and other clandestine warfare techniques.
Harvey Postlethwaite Dr Harvey Postlethwaite (March 4, 1944 - April 15, 1999) was an engineer and Technical Director of several Formula One teams during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. He died of a heart attack in Spain while supervising the testing of the abortive Honda F1 project.
Harvey Putnam Harvey Putnam (January 5, 1793 - September 20, 1855) was a United States House of Representative from New York. Born in Brattleboro, Vermont, he attended the common schools, studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1816 and commenced practice in Attica, New York in 1817.
Harvey River The Harvey River is a river in Western Australia and is the southernmost of the three major waterways which drain into the Peel-Harvey Estuary, with its delta in the southern extreme of the Harvey Estuary. It is about 90 km in length, rising near Mount Keats.
Harvey Sacks Harvey Sacks (1935-November 1975) was an American sociologist influenced by the ethnomethodology tradition. He pioneered extremely detailed studies of the way real people actually used language in the real world.
Harvey Sachs Harvey Sachs, (born 1946), the US-Canadian writer, has written a number of books on musical subjects, most notably the standard biography of and a book of essays on the Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini, plus an edited collection of Toscanini's letters. These books include:
Harvey Scales Harvey Scales is known nationally for his writing contributions to the music industry. In fact, this R&B singer, songwriter, and producer has written most of the songs on his albums--from the 1978 release of Confidential Affairs recorded on Casablanca Records to the 1997 â€śSomebody Elseâ€™s Somebody,â€ť released on Four Sight Records.
Harvey Seeley Mudd Harvey Seeley Mudd (born Leadville, Colorado 1888, died Los Angeles 1955) was a mining engineer and founder, investor, and president of Cyprus Mines Corporation, a Los Angeles-based international enterprise that operated copper mines on the island of Cyprus. The science and engineering college Harvey Mudd College was named in memory of him.
Harvey Shank Harvey Tillman Shank (born July 29, 1946 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. The right-hander was drafted by the California Angels in the 10th round of the 1968 amateur draft, and he appeared in one game for the Angels in 1970.
Harvey Schiller Harvey Schiller, formerly President of TBS Sports, Southeastern Conference commissioner, and CEO of YankeeNets is currently a member of the All American Football League and both the CEO and Chairman of GlobalOptions Group, an integrated risk mitigation firm. He is a 1960 graduate of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
Harvey Schmidt Harvey Schmidt (born September 12, 1929 in Dallas, Texas, USA) is an American writer of musical theatre, best known for the longest running musical in history, The Fantasticks, which ran off-Broadway from 1960 - 2002 for a total of 17,162 performances, all at the Sullivan Street Playhouse. A revival is currently planned for fall 2006.
Harvey Smith (politician) Harvey Smith (born November 6, 1936) is a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He was born in British Columbia and first became involved in politics at age twelve, joining that province's Social Credit Party when it was still a fringe organization.
Harvey Stephens Harvey Spencer Stephens (born 12 November 1970 in Putney, London, England) played the role of Damien Thorn in The Omen. He was four years old when picked for the part, which required him to have his blonde hair dyed jet black.
Harvey Sutton Harvey Vincent Sutton (18 February, 1882 â€“ 21 June, 1963) was an Australian athlete. He competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics in London on the Australasia team, a combined squad of competitors from Australia and New Zealand.
Harvey W. Wiley Harvey Washington Wiley (October 30, 1844 - June 30, 1930) was a noted chemist best known for his leadership in the passage of the landmark Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 and his subsequent work at the Good Housekeeping Institute laboratories.
Harvey Ward Harvey Grenville Ward (1927â€”1995) was born in Southern Rhodesia to an English father and a German mother. His parents went as European settlers in Africa and were engaged in enterprises such as the financing of railroad construction and the building of numerous hotels.
Harvey Wasserman Harvey Wasserman is the author and co-author of a dozen books, and a safe energy activist and journalist/historian, fighting for a renewable green future and the restoration of democracy to the United States of America. He has been a featured speaker on Today, Nightline, National Public Radio, CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight and other major media.
Harvey Weiss An archaeologist who discovered Tell Leilan, currently teaches at Yale University as well as attending his dig at Tell Leilan during the summers. His major contribution to the Archaeological Anthropological field has been his theories that certain major climate changes have done much to bring about the genesis and collapse of civilizations, such as the drought 4,200 years before present that he believes brought about the fall of the Akkadian Empire.
Harvey Wheeler John Harvey Wheeler (October 17, 1918 - September 6, 2004) was an American author, political scientist, and scholar. He was best known as co-author with Eugene Burdick of Fail-Safe, 1962, an early cold war novel that depicted what could easily go wrong in an age on the verge of nuclear war.
Harvey Williams (musician) Harvey Williams is a singer, songwriter and guitarist based in London (though originally from Newlyn, Cornwall), who was active in several Sarah Records bands in the 1990s. He recorded as Another Sunny Day, and also played instruments in The Field Mice and Blueboy.
Harvey's (restaurant chain) Harvey's is a fast food restaurant chain that operates in Canada, with locations concentrated in southern and eastern Ontario, southern Quebec, and urban Alberta. It serves hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, onion rings, and other traditional fast food fare.
Harvey's Resort Hotel bombing On August 26, 1980 three men planted a bomb containing almost 1,000 pounds of dynamite at Harvey's Resort Hotel in Stateline, Nevada. The mastermind behind the bomb, John Birges, was attempting to extort $3 million from the casino.
Harvey, Michigan Harvey is an unincorporated community known in the early years as "Harvey Location" in Marquette County, Michigan, United States. It is a Census-designated place (CDP) used for statistical purposes.
Harveys Supermarket Harveys is a supermarket chain located in the Southeast United States with 68 stores in Georgia, North Florida, and South Carolina . The majority of the Harveys stores are between 18,000 and 35,000 square feet.
Harvie Krumpet Harvie Krumpet is an Australian claymation, made in St Kilda, Melbourne by Adam Elliot (Melodrama Pictures). This short (23 min) film won the Academy Award for Animated Short Film in 2003, in addition to numerous festival awards and the 2004 Australian Film Institute Best Short Animation award.
Harvie Pocza Harvie Dwight Pocza (born September 22, 1959 in Lethbridge, Alberta) is a retired Canadian ice hockey player who briefly played in the National Hockey League with the Washington Capitals. Pocza was drafted by the Capitals in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft.
Harvie-Watt Baronets The Harvie-Watt Baronetcy, of Bathgate, Linlithgow in West Lothian, Scotland, was created in the Baronetcy of the United Kingdom in 1945. It was created for George Harvie-Watt, who was Winston Churchill's Parliamentary Private Secretary during World War II, 1941-45.
Harwell Hamilton Harris Harwell Hamilton Harris (1903, Redlands, California - 1990, Raleigh, North Carolina) was an American architect. Harris created a very personal Southern California architectural style that carefully modulated interior and exterior space.
Harwell, Oxfordshire Harwell is a large village and civil parish in the English county of Oxfordshire (formerly in Berkshire). It lies near The Ridgeway long-distance footpath, halfway between Abingdon, Oxfordshire and Newbury, Berkshire and two miles from Didcot.
Harwich and North Essex (UK Parliament constituency) Harwich and North Essex will be a parliamentary constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It will elect one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.
Harwich ferry disaster The 1807 Harwich ferry diasaster is an incident that occurred inside the English port of Harwich on the Essex coast in the North Sea on Saturday 18 April 1807, in which sixty to ninety people drowned during the capsizing of a small ferry boat.
Harwood Harrison Sir (James) Harwood Harrison 1st Baronet (6 June 1907 - 11 September 1980) was a British politician and Conservative Party member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. He represented the seat of Eye from 1951 to 1979, having first contested it in 1950.
Haryana Nayay Party Haryana Nayay Party is a political party in the Indian state of Haryana. It was formed on July 14 2002 under the presidency of Ramanand Yadav, formerly the state general secretary of the Samajwadi Party in Haryana.
Haryana Politics The key political players in Haryana state in northern India are the ruling Indian National Lok Dal, the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Congress Party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Bahujan Samaj Party. There are 10 constituencies of the Lok Sabha (lower house in the Parliament of India)
Haryana Republican Party Haryana Republican Party, political party in the Indian state of Haryana. The party was founded on December 30 2003 when the sole Republican Party of India member of the Haryana assembly, Karan Singh Dalal, broke away.
Haryana State Akali Dal Haryana State Akali Dal (or HSAD) is a Sikh political party in India, a splinter group of the Badal-led Shiromani Akali Dal that sided with Gurcharan Singh Tohra on the Ranjit Singh issue. HSAD was formed on May 23 1999 on similar lines as Shiromani Akali Dal Delhi.
Haryana Tourism Haryana Tourism Corporation Limited is the government-owned official tourism agency of Haryana in India. It began operation with one resort in 1966, and now owns and operates 44 tourist complexes all over the state.
Haryanka dynasty According to tradition, the Haryanka dynasty founded the Magadha Empire in 684 BCE, whose capital was Rajagriha, later Pataliputra, near the present day Patna in India. This dynasty was succeeded by the Shishunaga dynasty.
Harz National Park The Harz National Park is a nature reserve in Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It comprises large portions of the western Harz mountains, extending from Herzberg at the southern edge of the mountain range to Bad Harzburg on the northern slopes.
Harzani language Harzani (correct form: Harzandi) is a modern Northwestern Iranian language spoken in the north of the Iranian province of East Azarbaijan, around the village of Harzand. It is considered a dialect of the Tati language and is closely related to the Talishi (Taleshi) and Karingani dialects.
Harzburg Front The Harzburg Front (also known as the Harzburger Front) was a short-lived right-wing political organization in Germany, formed in 1931 as an attempt to present a unified opposition to the government of Heinrich BrĂĽning, Chancellor of the Weimar Republic. It was a coalition of the leadership of the Stahlhelm (a hawkish, paramilitary veterans' association, also known as Steel Helmets), of Adolf Hitler's National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP - the Nazi Party), and the Deutschnationale Volkspartei (German National Peoples' Party - DNVP) under millionaire press-baron Alfred Hugenberg.
Harzburgite The ultramafic rock, harzburgite, is a variety of peridotite consisting of the minerals, olivine and low-Ca pyroxene (enstatite), and named for occurrences in the Harz Mountains of Germany. It commonly contains a few percent chromium-rich spinel as an accessory mineral.
Harzer Schmalspurbahnen The Harzer Schmalspurbahn comprises some 132 kilometres of gauge railway criss-crossing the Harz mountains in central Germany, linking Wernigerode, the system's headquarters in the north, with Nordhausen in the south, and Quedlinburg in the east. The jewel in the system's crown is the Brockenbahn, which follows a spiral course up the Brocken to the old East German listening post on the top, and is almost exclusively steam hauled.
Harzquerbahn The Harzquerbahn was formerly the mainline of the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen and runs from Wernigerode to Nordhausen. The tourist potential of the Brocken is so great that the Brockenbahn is effectively the mainline.
Has to Be "Has to Be" is a pop song released by American singer Madonna. It is the B-side to her hit song "Ray of Light" and is also a bonus track on the Japanese release of her 1998 album Ray of Light.
Has-a In database design and object oriented program architecture, Has-a is a relationship where one object (often called the composited object) "belongs" to (is a part or member of) another object (called the composite type or composite type), and behaves according to the rules of ownership. Multiple Has-a relationships will combine to form a possessive hierarchy.
Hasa (Korean military) Hasa is a Korean military rank which is used in both the armed forces of North and South Korea. In both countries, the rank is considered the first non-commissioned officer grade and is generally considered the equivalent of a Sergeant in western militaries.
Hasan Abad, Kurdistan Hasan Abad (Kurdish:ŘŮ‡ ŘłŮ‡ Ů† Ř¦Ř§ŮŘ§) (Persian: ŘŘłŮ† Ř˘Ř¨Ř§ŘŻ) is a village about 3 miles southwest of Sanandaj, Kurdistan Province, Iran. It's famous for its old castle of Media named "Qualai-Hasan Awa" (in Kurdish meaning the Castle of Hasan Abad).
Hasan Ali Hasan 'Ali ibn Jahan Shah was the last ruler of the Kara Koyunlu Turkmen tribal federation, ruling for just one year from 1467-68, before the Kara Koyunlu were overrun by their enemies the Ak Koyunlu. Hasan Ali was unable to win the loyalty of his troops, which quickly led to the defeat and downfall of the dynasty.
Hasan ĂśĂ§ĂĽncĂĽ Hasan ĂśĂ§ĂĽncĂĽ (born November 16, 1980 in SĂĽrmene, Turkey) is a Turkish footballer currently playing for Trabzonspor. Standing at 177 cm and weighing 74 kg, he wears the # 6 jersey and plays in the midfield position.
Hasan Ă‚li YĂĽcel Hasan Ă‚li YĂĽcel (born 17 December in Istanbul (originally from GĂ¶rele) 1897-died 26 February 1961) former minister of education of Turkey, who served from December 1938 to August 1946. He is well known for his reforms in the education system and foundation of Village Institutes.
Hasan ÄŚengiÄ‡ Hasan ÄŚengiÄ‡ (born August 30, 1957 in FoÄŤa, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is the former deputy prime minister and defense minister of the government of Bosnia-Herzegovina. He was convicted together with the president Alija Izetbegovic by the communist regime of Yugoslavia in 1983 and served 5 years of a 10 year sentence.
Hasan di Tiro Hasan di Tiro (Born 4 September 1930) is the founder of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM), an organisation which has been seeking the independence of Aceh from Indonesia since the 1970's. After the Tsunami of 2004 the GAM and the Indonesian governemnt agreed a peace treaty in which more autonomy for Aceh was accepted by di Tiro and his followers.
Hasan Durham Hasan Durham (born August 14, 1971 in Bermuda) is a Bermudian cricketer, who played with the Bermudian cricket team in their first ever One-Day International when they played Canada on May 17, 2006. Durham took two wickets as Bermuda won the game by three wickets under the Duckworth-Lewis method.
Hasan Khurshid Rumi Hasan Khurshid Rumi is a Bangladeshi writer, translator and editor who also designed many covers and associated with audio-visual media as well as the co-editor of the first Bangladeshi Science Fiction magazine, `Moulik' and `Unmad', whose specialized sector is SF.
Hasan Ĺžerefli Hasan Serefli, who's from Turkey, won a national Emmy with eight other researchers who won for "outstanding individual achievement in a craft: research" for their work on the "Kids Behind Bars" documentary.
Hasan Mashhud Chowdhury Hasan Mashhud Chowdhury (Bangla:ŕ¦ąŕ¦ľŕ¦¸ŕ¦ľŕ¦¨ ŕ¦®ŕ¦¶ŕ¦ąŕ§ŕ¦¦ ŕ¦šŕ§Śŕ¦§ŕ§‚ŕ¦°ŕ§€) is a Bangladeshi army personnel and former Lieutenant General of the Bangladesh Army. He became the Chief of Army staff of the Bangladesh Army in 2002 and became an adviser of the former interim Caretaker Government in October 2006.
Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud Colonel Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud (Shatigadud means "red shirt") is a notable Somali warlord, and chairman of the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA), which sought to establish the autonomous state of Southwestern Somalia. Recently he is said to have played a role in the capture of Mogadishu by Ethiopian and Transitional Federal Government forces in December 2006.
Hasan Salama Hasan Salama or Hassan Salameh (, ) (???? - 1948) was a commander of the Palestinian Holy War Army (Jaysh al-Jihad al-Muqaddas, Arabic: Ř¬ŮŠŘ´ Ř§Ů„Ř¬Ů‡Ř§ŘŻ Ř§Ů„Ů…Ů‚ŘŻŘł) in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War along with Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni.
Hasan UÄźurlu Dam The Hasan UÄźurlu Dam is 23 km south of Ă‡arĹźamba town 25 km east of province of Samsun in northern Turkey and located on the YeĹźilÄ±rmak River which runs into the Black Sea Completed in 1979, it generates 4x125=500MW of power.Its first name was AyvacÄ±k Dam
Hasankeyf Hasankeyf (Greek: Kiphas; Latin: Cepha; Arabic: Hisn Kayfa; Syriac: Hesno d-Kifo; Kurdish: Hesenkeyf) is a city located along the Tigris River in Batman Province in south-eastern Anatolia, Turkey, densely inhabited by Kurds. It is an ancient city, with roots going back 10,000 years.
Hasapiko Hasapiko (Greek Ď‡Î±ĎÎ¬Ď€ÎąÎşÎż, also transliterated hassapiko, hasapika and hasapico) is a Greek traditional dance. It is also called Ď‡Î±ĎÎ¬Ď€ÎąÎşÎżĎ‚ Ď‡ĎŚĎÎżĎ‚ or simply Ď‡Î±ĎÎ¬Ď€ÎąÎşÎżĎ‚ (hasapikos horos, chasĂˇpikos, khasĂˇpikos, hasĂˇpikos).
Hasba bill The Hasba bill (Urdu: ŘŘłŘ¨Ű Ů‚Ř§Ů†ŮŮ†; accountability bill) was a bill proposed by members of the provincial assembly of the North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan, which borders Afghanistan. The political party in power in the province is the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), which is an alliance of six religious parties endorsing a system of Islamic justice (sharia).
Hasbro Darth Vader Voice Changer The Darth Vader Voice Changer is a toy released by Hasbro in 2004 as part of the tail end of its Original Trilogy Collection line of toys focusing on characters from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. The voice changer allows the wearer to talk in a voice somewhat like James Earl Jones as Darth Vader, the Dark Lord of the Sith, and also included numerous built-in phrases and sounds from the movies.
Hasbrouck Heights High School Hasbrouck Heights High School is a comprehensive four-year public high school located in Hasbrouck Heights, in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States, as part of the Hasbrouck Heights School District. It consists of Grades 9-12.
Hasbrouck Heights School District The Hasbrouck Heights School District is a comprehensive community public school district that serves students in kindergarten through twelfth grade from Hasbrouck Heights, in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States.
Hascombe The picturesque village of Hascombe contains a cluster of cottages and imposing country estates, St Peter's church, the village green and The White Horse pub, all nestling between wooded hillsides in Surrey, United Kingdom. The village is situated roughly midway between Godalming and Cranleigh () and had 274 inhabitants at the 2001 census.
Hasdai ibn Shaprut Hasdai (Abu Yusuf ben Yitzhak ben Ezra) ibn Shaprut (Hebrew: ×—×ˇ×“××™ ××‘×ź ×©×¤×¨×•×) born about 915 at JaĂ©n; died 970 or 990 at CĂłrdoba in Spain, was a Jewish physician, diplomat, and patron of science.
Hase (crater) Hase is a lunar crater that is located in the rugged southeast part of the Moon, to the south-southwest of the prominent Petavius walled-plain. The Palitzsch crater and Vallis Palitzsch is attached to the northeast rim of Hase.
Hasegawa (model company) Hasegawa is a company that manufactures plastic model kits of a variety of vehicles, including model aircraft, model cars, model ships, model armor and model space craft and Science Fiction kits. Based in Shizuoka, Japan, Hasegawa competes against its neighbor, Tamiya Corporation, though it does not have as large a line of products.
Hasegawa Yoshimichi (1 October 1850 â€“ 27 January 1924) was a field marshal in the Imperial Japanese Army and Japanese Governor General of Korea from 1916-1919. His Japanese decorations included Order of the Golden Kite (1st class) and Order of the Chrysanthemum.
Hasegawa-Mima equation The Hasegawa-Mima equation, named after Akira Hasegawa and Kunioki Mima, is an equation that describes a certain regime of plasma, where the time scales are very fast, and the distance scale in the direction of the magnetic field is long. In particular the equation is useful for describing turbulence in some tokamaks.
Hasekura Tsunenaga Hasekura Rokuemon Tsunenaga (1571 â€“ 1622) (, also spelled Faxecura Rocuyemon in period European sources, reflecting the contemporary pronunciation of JapaneseIn the Japanese of the era, the sound now transcribed as h was pronounced as an f before all vowels, not just u. Likewise s was sometimes pronounced sh before /e/, not only before /i/.
Haselbachtal Haselbachtal is a municipality in the district of Kamenz in the Free State of Saxony, Germany with a population of 4,648. It consists of the villages Bischheim, HĂ¤slich, Gersdorf, MĂ¶hrsdorf, Reichenau, and Reichenbach.
Hasely Crawford Stadium The Hasely Crawford Stadium, located in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, is named for Hasely Crawford, the first person from Trinidad and Tobago to win an Olympic gold medal. Originally built as the National Stadium in 1980, the stadium was re-named to honour Crawford in 2001.
Hash (film) Hash McBrown is the central character in the 2005 comedy Hash, a film directed by Scott Innes and written by Innes & Daniel Smith, who also stars along with Lisa Walker, Richard Wright and Adam Young. The film is narrated by Stephen Fry.
Hash (food) Hash is a mixture of beef (often leftovers of corned beef or roast beef), onions, potatoes, and spices that are mashed together into a coarse, chunky paste and then cooked either alone, or with other ingredients.
Hash brown Hash browns or hashed browns are a simple potato preparation in which potato pieces are pan-fried after being diced, riced, shredded, or julienned. Although in some cultural contexts, hash browns or hashed browns may refer to any of these cuts of potato, people in some cultural contexts may reserve the term to describe a more specific preparation.
Hash Bash Hash Bash is an annual event held in Ann Arbor, Michigan on the first Saturday of April. The event is a collection of speeches, live music, street vending and the occasional civil disobedience centered around the goal of reforming federal, state and local marijuana laws.
Hash cookie Hash cookies, Space Cookie, hash cakes or space cakes are relatively common in regions with liberal drugs policies, including much of Europe (particularly the Netherlands). They are bakery products made using one of the forms of cannabis, including hashish.
Hash filter A hash filter creates a hash sum from data, typically e-mail, and compares the sum against other previously defined sums. Depending on the purpose of the filter, the data can then be included or excluded in a function based on whether it matches an existing sum.
Hash function A hash function (or hash algorithm) is a reproducible method of turning data (usually a message or a file) into a number suitable to be handled by a computer. These functions provide a way of creating a small digital "fingerprint" from any kind of data.
Hash list In computer science, a hash list is typically a list of hashes of the data blocks in a file or set of files. Lists of hashes are used for many different purpose, such as fast table lookup (hash tables) and distributed databases (distributed hash tables).
Hash tree In cryptography, hash trees (also known as Merkle trees) are an extension of the simpler concept hash list, which in turn is an extension of the old concept of hashing. Hash trees where the underlying hash function is Tiger are often called Tiger trees or Tiger tree hashes.
Hash'ak'gik Hash'ak'gik is a video game character in the Legacy of Kain series of video games. Throughout the series, he has been voiced by many actors, including Rene Auberjonois, Tony Jay, Earl Boen, and Alastair Duncan.
HashĂ¸j municipality HashĂ¸j municipality is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in West Zealand County near the west coast of the island of Zealand (SjĂ¦lland) in Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 131 kmÂ˛, and has a total population of 6,632 (2005).
HashClash HashClash is a distributed computing project to find collisions in the MD5 hash algorithm. It is based at Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Eindhoven University of Technology, and Marc Stevens initiated the project as part of his Master Degree thesis.
Hasheem Thabeet Hashim Thabit Manka (born February 16, 1987 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), is a college basketball player for the University of Connecticut Huskies. He is known as Hasheem Thabeet, as his name was Americanized from Swahili.
Hasheket Shenish'ar "Hasheket Shenish'ar" (Hebrew script: ×”×©×§× ×©× ×©××¨, English translation: "The Silence That Remains") was the Israeli entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, performed in Hebrew and English by Shiri Maimon. The song was written by Eyal Shachar and Pini Aaronbayev.
Hashem Aghajari Hashem Aghajari (Persian: Ů‡Ř§Ř´Ů… Ř˘ŘşŘ§Ř¬Ř±ŰŚ) is an Iranian historian, university professor and a critic of the Islamic Republic's government. He was convicted of apostasy and sentenced to death because of a speech in Hamadan that criticized some of the present Islamic practices in Iran as being in contradiction with the original practices and ideology of Islam.
Hashem el-Tarif Hashem el-Tarif is a mountain located in north-east Sinai in Egypt, close to the border of modern Israel. According to Google Earth, wherein the name of the mountain is rendered as "Gebel Khashm el Tarif," the coordinates are near 29Â°40'9.
Hashemi Hashemi (Arabic: Ů‡Ř§Ř´Ů…ŮŠ) is a clan of the Meccan tribe , the Quraish (Arabic: Ů‚Ř±ŰŚŘ´ ) to which the Islamic prophet Muhammad belonged to, before he received the revelations of Islam. Abdullah II of Jordan, current king of the country is a Hashemi.
Hashemite Hashemite is the Anglicised version of the Arabic: Ů‡Ř§Ř´Ů…ŮŠ (transliteration: Hashemi) and traditionally refers to those belonging to the Banu Hashim, or "clan of Hashem", a clan within the larger Quraish tribe. It also refers to an Arab dynasty whose original strength stemmed from the network of tribal alliances and blood loyalties in the Hejaz region of Arabia, along the Red Sea.
Hashim Abderrahman al-Shibli Hashim Abderrahman al-Shibli ( ) is the Iraqi Justice Minister in the government of Nouri al-Maliki. A Sunni Arab, he was elected to the National Assembly of Iraq in December 2005 on the secular Iraqi National List coalition.