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"Hawl" is a book by James L. Peacock.

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Google previewJournal of the Moslem Institute (1907)

A Quarterly Chiefly Devoted to Subjects of Oriental Interest by Moslem Institute

The merging one is called Hawl (the merging one) and that which allows the other to be merged is called Mahall (the place of merging). It is indispensibly necessary that one of them must depend upon the other in some respects, otherwise the ...

Google previewCradle of Islam (2009)

The Hijaz and the Quest for Identity in Saudi Arabia by Mai Yamani

Hawl means one ...

Google previewPolitics and Cultures of Islamization in Southeast Asia (2015)

Indonesia and Malaysia in the Nineteen-nineties by Georg Stauth

Hawl means in Arabic circuit or rotation. To be more precise, in Indonesia and Singapore among the Muslim community, it takes a very similar form to the moulids, the patronage feasts of local sheykhs which have a great importance in popular ...

Google previewDesire to Fall (2015)

by Shona Husk

Kya Hawl is an architect on the Precinct One redevelopment, a prestigious and contentious project in the city-state of Velli.

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

hawl [F. hater, to haul: Ger. holen, to fetch; Dut. hasten, to send for, to fetch]: to pull or draw with force; to drag; to transport by drawin ; in nan, to pull upon a rope directly; to change the irection of aship's course: ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature, and Art by John Craig (1858)

HALLAGE, hawl' lij, 0. Fee or charge paid for merchandise vendod in a hall, particularly in Blackwell Hall, Inndon.—Obsolete.-Cowel. Hana-mourn} hal-le-loo' ya, a. (Hebrew.) Praise HALLELUJAH, ye Jehovah; give praise to God: a word used ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1849)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

Moot-hall, moot'hawl, ) s. A town-hall ; a MoOT-HOL'SE, moot'hows, ) hall of judgment. — Obsolete. Mootino, moot'ing, s. The exercise of pleading a mock cause. Mootmen, moot'men, s. Law students who were formerly called upon to moot or ...

Google previewNew Websterian 1912 Dictionary (1912)

Based Upon the Unabridged Dictionary of Noah Webster : with a Reference Library and Treasury of Facts by Noah Webster, Harry Thurston Peck

hall (hawl), n. a large room for the transaction of public business, entertainments, &c; a court of justice; the first large room of a house; a manor- house; ...

Google previewThe Virgin Islands Dictionary (2015)

A Collection of Words and Phrases so You Could Say It Like We by Kareem-Nelson Hull

Hawl Up [hawl uhp] Adjective1. over extension of the pants above the hips. 2. wearing pants high with the shirt tucked in; in a Steve Urkellike manner. 3. an unattractive way of wearing pants that exposes the socks because they are raised high ...

Google previewThe Hindoostanee Interpreter, Containing the Rudiments of Grammar, an Extensive Vocabulary and ... Dialogues; 2 Ed. to which is Added a Naval Dictionary .. by Thomas Roebuck (1841)

by William Carmichael Smyth

Hawl in the weather braces !

Google previewA New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)

by John Craig

HALL, hawl, t. (kail, Sax.) In Architecture, a large room at the entrance of a house or palace ; the place where ministers of state, magistrates, and others, give audience and despatch business ; an edifice in wluch courts of justice are held, ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

HALL, hawl, s. (heal, Sax.) In Architecture, a large room at the entrance of a house or palace; the place where ministers of state, magistrates, and others, give audience and despatch business; an edifice in which courts of justice are held, ...

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