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hart

the male of the deer, esp the red deer aged five years or more

Hart

1. Lorenz. 1895--1943, US lyricist: collaborated with Richard Rodgers in writing musicals
2. Moss. 1904--61, US dramatist: collaborated with George Kaufman on Broadway comedies and wrote libretti for musicals

HART

(Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) A widely used wired sensor network protocol that dates back to the Bell 202 standard in the 1980s. An extension to the 4-20 mA analog signal, HART superimposes a 1,200 bps signal onto the line that provides bi-directional communications with instruments in the field. See 4-20 mA and WirelessHART.
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Though mind you, Pip," said Joe, with a judicial touch or two of the poker on the top bar, "rendering unto all their doo, and maintaining equal justice betwixt man and man, my father were that good in his hart, don't you see?
And it were my intentions to have had put upon his tombstone that Whatsume'er the failings on his part, Remember reader he were that good in his hart.
They all three called in Rivers Street for a couple of minutes; but Anne convinced herself that a day's delay of the intended communication could be of no consequence, and hastened forward to the White Hart, to see again the friends and companions of the last autumn, with an eagerness of good-will which many associations contributed to form.
High leaped the noblest hart of all the herd, only to fall dead, reddening the green path with his heart's blood.
Hart points out, is emancipation from the materialist method.
Hart accepts this theory as 8 methodological precept.
It was in this way that the Reverend Lawrence Veal of Hart Street, Bloomsbury, and domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Bareacres, strove with Mrs.
Veal loved to call it, was of prodigious extent, and the young gentlemen in Hart Street might learn a something of every known science.
When we add that a few boys in smock-frocks were lying asleep on heavy packages, wool-packs, and other articles that were scattered about on heaps of straw, we have described as fully as need be the general appearance of the yard of the White Hart Inn, High Street, Borough, on the particular morning in question.
There was another loud ring; and the bustling old landlady of the White Hart made her appearance in the opposite gallery.
Tell them to kill two fine harts against to-morrow eve, for we shall have great company and lordly sport.
Under the largest of these a pleasant fire was crackling, and near it two fine harts lay ready for cooking.