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Huss

John, Czech name Jan Hus. ?1372--1415, Bohemian religious reformer. Influenced by Wycliffe, he anticipated the Reformation in denouncing doctrines and abuses of the Church. His death at the stake precipitated the Hussite wars in Bohemia and Moravia
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Also a host sister, Huss said she is learning many customs from her Indian guest.
Two weeks ago the duo were battling it out at Roehampton to claim a place in the finals and Huss can't believe they are now Wimbledon champions.
Permission to film is applied for via e-mail to Erik Huss, on 4 December at the latest.
Huss is a complex character, competent detective, mother of twins, and wife of a celebrated chef.
Tim Woodland won the day with a total catch of 114lb 7oz and that included the day's biggest fish, a 19lb conger, and the heaviest huss weighing 11lb.
Ibiza's DJ Joshua Roberts will headline the event supported by local talents DJ Huss, DJ Salime, DJ HK and DJ Guillaume.
Creating a certain bond, Huss realizes he cannot run away from what he left behind, and must face it head on, for the good of himself, and for the good of the empire.
Volvo Construction Equipment has entered into a partnership with HUSS LLC, a specialist in diesel particle filtration and systems for exhaust after treatment, to provide retrofit systems for Volvo construction equipment that will reduce exhaust emissions and make the air we breathe cleaner.
Gold went to hosts England, who got among the high-value species such as conger, tope and bull huss, while it was mainly dogfish which took the Scots' baits.
a 15-pounder is still a load of bull huss to veteran British sea anglers.
In the historic photos, Dwight Huss looks wild-eyed, and who could blame him.
Daniel Huss scored the lone goal for Luxembourg in the 62nd.