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He,

symbol for the element heliumhelium
, gaseous chemical element; symbol He; at. no. 2; at. wt. 4.0026; m.p. below −272°C; at 26 atmospheres pressure; b.p. −268.934°C; at 1 atmosphere pressure; density 0.1785 grams per liter at STP; valence usually 0.
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He

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he

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a. a children's game in which one player chases the others in an attempt to touch one of them, who then becomes the chaser
b. the person chasing

he

2
the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ה), transliterated as h
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