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haud

[hȯd]
(meteorology)
In Scotland, a squall.
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In discretionis iudicii defectu attendi debet ipsi possibilitati aut meius impossibilitati a subiecto discernendi et non facto quod haec reflexio haud facta sit, etsi poterit fieri, quoniam facultates ad agendum aderant.
Haud yer wheest - be quiet, as comedian Billy Connolly, above, may say.
squarrosa Mez cui affinis, sed scapo dense albo-lepidoto, bracteis scapalibus suberectoascendentibus haud imbricatis, inflorescentia breviora, bracteis floriferis dense albo-lepidotis marginibus prope apicem remote et irregulariter denticulatis, sepalis dense albo-lepidotis et ovario dense albo-lepidoto differt; A A.
"I think they should au haud their wheesht aboot that man.
Haud aliter speret vatum per carmina famam, Haud aliter meruit scilicet ille cani.
Politicians, of course, find it harder than normal people to haud their wheesht.
Illorum n anque haud secus splendorem ac syderum sol exoriens praestat, vincit, obscurat.
Stroitransgaz, the main pipeline construction contractor for Gazprom, has won a tender called by Sonatrach to lay a section of the Haud al Hamra-Arzew oil pipeline in Algeria.
The Latin reads as follows: "Interea, quemadmodum haud possum omnibus assentiri quae dicta sunt, alioqui ab homine citra controversiam eruditissimo simul et return humanarum peritissimo, ita facile confiteor permulta esse in Utopiensium republica quae in nostris civitatibus optarim verius quam sperarim" (Logan, Adams, and Miller, eds., 248).
quandoquidem oratores illos antiquos & insignes, quantum ego ab illis non dicendi solum, sed & loquendi facultate, (in extranea praesertim, qua utor necessario, lingua, & persaepe mihi nequaquam satisfacio) haud dubie vincor, tantum omnes omnium aetatum, materiae nobilitate & argumento vincam.