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Ho Chi Minh
(: ; born ; 19 May 1890 – 2 September 1969), commonly known as ('Uncle An uncle is usually defined as a male kinship, relative who is a sibling of a parent or married to a sibling of a parent. Uncles who are consanguineous, related by birth are second-degree relatives. The female counterpart of an uncle is an aunt, a ... Hồ'), also known as ('President Hồ'), ('Old father of the people') and by other aliases, was a Vietnamese revolutionary and statesman. He served as Prime Minister of Vietnam The prime minister of Vietnam ( vi, Thủ tướng Việt Nam), officially Style (manner of address), styled as the Prime Minister of the Government of the Socialist Republic ( vi, Thủ tướng Chính phủ nước Cộng hòa Xã hội chủ ... from 1945 to 1955 and as President President most commonly refers to: *President (corporate title) *President (education), a leader of a college or university *President (government title) President may also refer to ...
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Holmium
Holmium is a chemical element with the Symbol (chemistry), symbol Ho and atomic number 67. It is a rare-earth element and the eleventh member of the lanthanide series. It is a relatively soft, silvery, fairly corrosion-resistant and malleable metal. Like a lot of other lanthanides, holmium is too reactive to be found in native form, as pure holmium slowly forms a yellowish oxide coating when exposed to air. When isolated, holmium is relatively stable in dry air at room temperature. However, it reacts with water and corrodes readily, and also burns in air when heated. In nature, holmium occurs together with the other rare-earth metals (like thulium). It is a relatively rare lanthanide, making up 1.4 parts per million of the Earth's crust, an abundance similar to tungsten. Holmium was discovered through isolation by Swedish chemist Per Theodor Cleve and independently by Jacques-Louis Soret and Marc Delafontaine, who observed it spectroscopically in 1878. Its oxide was first isolated f ...
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Cassey Ho
Cassey Ho Vinh (born in Los Angeles Los Angeles ( ; es, Los Ángeles, link=no , ), often referred to by its initials L.A., is the largest city in the state of California California is a U.S. state, state in the Western United States, located along the West Coast of ..., January 16, 1987) is an American social media Social media are interactive media technologies that facilitate the Content creation, creation and information sharing, sharing of information, ideas, interests, and other forms of expression through virtual communities and Network virtualization, ... fitness entrepreneur with a YouTube YouTube is a global online video sharing and social media platform headquartered in San Bruno, California. It was launched on February 14, 2005, by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim. It is owned by Google, and is the second mo ... channel and a website that sells fitness apparel. In 2013, she received a Shorty Award in the category of social f ...
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Ho Language
Ho () is a Munda language of the Austroasiatic languages, Austroasiatic language family spoken primarily in India by about 1.04 million people (0.103% of India's population) per the 2001 census. Ho is a tribal language. It is spoken by the Ho people, Ho, Munda, Kolha and Kol tribal communities of Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Assam and is written with the Warang Citi script. Devanagari, Latin script, Odia script and Telugu script are sometimes used, although native speakers are said to prefer a Ho script. The latter script was invented by Ott Guru Kol Lako Bodra. The name "Ho" is derived from the native word "" which means "Human being". Distribution Around half of all Ho speakers are from West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand, where they form the majority community. Ho speakers are also found in East Singhbhum district in southern Jharkhand and in northern Odisha. Ho is closer to the Mayurbhanj dialect of Mundari than the language spoken in Jharkhan ...
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Hydroxyl Radical
The hydroxyl radical is the diatomic molecule . The hydroxyl radical is very stable as a dilute gas, but it decays very rapidly in the condensed phase. It is pervasive in some situations. Most notably the hydroxyl radicals are produced from the decomposition of hydroperoxides (ROOH) or, in atmospheric chemistry, by the reaction of excited atomic oxygen with water. It is also important in the field of radiation chemistry, since it leads to the formation of hydrogen peroxide and oxygen, which can enhance corrosion and SCC in coolant systems subjected to radioactive environments. In organic synthesis, hydroxyl radicals are most commonly generated by photolysis of 1-hydroxy-2(1''H'')-pyridinethione. Notation The unpaired electron of the hydroxyl radical is officially represented by a middle dot, •, beside the O. Biology Hydroxyl radicals can occasionally be produced as a byproduct of immune action. Macrophages and microglia most frequently generate this compound ...
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Don Ho
Donald Tai Loy Ho (August 13, 1930 – April 14, 2007) was a Native Hawaiians, Hawaiian traditional pop music, traditional pop musician, singer and entertainer. He is best known for the song "Tiny Bubbles" from Tiny Bubbles (album), the album of the same name. Life and career Ho was a singer of Native Hawaiians, Native Hawaiian, Chinese, Portuguese people, Portuguese, Dutch people, Dutch, and German descent. He was born in the small Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaako, Kakaako to Emily (Honey) Leimaile Silva and James Ah You Puao Ho, but he grew up in Kāne'ohe, Hawai'i, Kāneohe on the windward side of the island of Oahu, Oahu. He was a graduate of the Kamehameha Schools in 1949 and he attended Springfield College on a football scholarship in 1950, but returned home to earn a Bachelor's degree in sociology at University of Hawaii, University of Hawai'i in 1953. In 1954, Ho entered the United States Air Force doing his primary training at Columbus AFB, Mississippi and spent time f ...
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Ho People
The Ho or Kolha people are an Austroasiatic language, Austroasiatic Munda peoples, Munda ethnic group of India. They call themselves the ''Ho'', ''Hodoko'' and ''Horo,'' which mean 'human' in their own language. Officially, however, they are mentioned in different subgroups like Kolha, Mundari, Munda, Kol and Kolah in Odisha. They are mostly concentrated in the Kolhan division, Kolhan region of Jharkhand and Odisha where they constitute around 10.7% and 7.3% of the total List of Scheduled Tribes in India, Scheduled Tribe population respectively, as of 2011 . With a population of approximately 700,000 in the state in 2001, the Ho are the fourth most numerous List of Scheduled Tribes in India, Scheduled tribe in Jharkhand after the Santal people, Santals, Kurukh people, Kurukhs, and Munda people, Mundas. Ho also inhabit adjacent areas in the neighboring states of Odisha, West Bengal and Bihar bringing the total to 806,921 as of 2001. They also live in Bangladesh and Nepal. The et ...
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Ho (Armenian)
The Armenian alphabet ( hy, Հայոց գրեր, ' or , ') is an alphabetic writing system used to write Armenian language, Armenian. It was developed around 405 AD by Mesrop Mashtots, an Armenian linguist and wikt:ecclesiastical, ecclesiastical leader. The system originally had 36 letters; eventually, three more were adopted. The alphabet was also in wide use in the Ottoman Empire around the 18th and 19th centuries. The Armenian word for "alphabet" is ('), named after the first two letters of the Armenian alphabet: hy, այբ ' and hy, բեն, links=no '. Armenian is written writing system#Directionality, horizontally, left to right. Alphabet *Listen to the pronunciation of the letters in or in . Notes: #Primarily used in classical orthography; after the reform used word-initially and in some compound words. #Except in ով "who" and ովքեր "those (people)" in Eastern Armenian. #Iranian Armenians (who speak a subbranch of Eastern Armenian) pronounce the soun ...
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Ho, Ghana
Ho is the capital city of the Ho Municipal District and the Volta Region of Ghana. The city lies between Mount Adaklu and Mount Galenukui or Togo Atakora Range, and is home to the Volta Regional Museum, a cathedral, and a prison.Touring Ghana – Volta Region
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It was formerly the administrative capital of British Togoland now part of the Volta Region. The population of Ho Municipality according to the 2010 Population and Housing Census is 177,281 representing 8.4 percent of the region's total population. Females constitute 52.7 percent and males represent 47.3 percent. About 62 percent of the population resides in urban localities. The Municipality shares boundaries with Adaklu and Agotime-Ziope Districts to the South, Ho West District to the North and West and the Togo, ...
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Hiri Motu
Hiri Motu, also known as Police Motu, Pidgin Motu, or just Hiri, is a language of Papua New Guinea, which is spoken in surrounding areas of Port Moresby (Capital of Papua New Guinea). It is a simplified version of Motu language, Motu, from the Austronesian language family. Although it is strictly neither a pidgin nor a creole language, creole, it possesses some features from both language types. phonology, Phonological and grammar, grammatical differences make Hiri Motu not mutually intelligible with Motu. The languages are lexically very similar, and retain a common, albeit simplified, Austronesian syntactical basis. It has also been influenced to some degree by Tok Pisin. Even in the areas where it was once well established as a ''lingua franca'', the use of Hiri Motu has been declining in favour of Tok Pisin and English language, English for many years. The language has some statutory recognition. Origin of Hiri Motu The term ''Hiri trade cycle, hiri'' is the name for the ...
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Ho Airport
Ho Airport is a regional airport built to serve Ho, Ghana, Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana. Construction was completed in 2017, although the airport was not opened to commercial traffic until 2021. History On 18 September 2015, President John Dramani Mahama held a groundbreaking ceremony for Ho Airport. The construction of the airport is in line with the Ghanaian government's goal to have airports in each of the country's Regions of Ghana, regions. The cost of construction is estimated to be US$25 million, provided by Ghana Airports Company Limited. The company building Ho Airport stated in May 2017 that the project would be finished by the end of 2017. Construction began in September 2015 and was expected to cost US$25 million. Ultimately, airport will cover , with a passenger terminal and a runway. Africa World Airlines expressed interest in flying to Ho Airport once formally commissioned by the relevant authorities. However, the Minister of Transport stated the airport was i ...
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Ho (kana)
ほ, in hiragana, or ホ in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one Mora (linguistics), mora. Both are made in four strokes and both represent . In the Sakhalin dialect of the Ainu language#Writing, Ainu language, ホ can be written as small ㇹ to represent a final h sound after an ''o'' sound (オㇹ ''oh''). Stroke order Other communicative representations * Full Braille representation * Character encoding, Computer encodings References

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