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Hine, Lewis

(Encyclopedia) Hine, Lewis (Lewis Wickes Hine), 1874?1940, American photographer, b. Oshkosh, Wis. Hine dedicated much of his photographic career, which began shortly after he bought his first camera?

Hines, Earl Fatha

(Encyclopedia) Hines, Earl Fatha (Earl Kenneth Hines)f??, 1903?83, American jazz pianist, b. Duquesne, Pa. The son of musicians, he played jazz piano in big bands as a young man and in 1927 joined?


(Encyclopedia) Hinggan,&sp;Hinganboth: h?nggn, or Hsing-ansh?ngn, former province (c.100,000 sq mi/259,000 sq km), NE China. The capital was Hailar. The region, a part of Manchuria, is?

Hinggan Ling, Da

(Encyclopedia) Hinggan Ling, Da, or Great Khinganboth: h?nggn, mountain range, Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, NE China, extending c.750 mi (1,210 km) from the Amur River south to the Liao?


(Encyclopedia) Hingham h?ng?m, resort town (1990 pop. 19,821), Plymouth co., E Mass., S of Boston, on the south shore of Hingham Bay; inc. 1635. Hingham is primarily residential with some diverse?


(Encyclopedia) Hinnom h?n?m, valley, W and S of Jerusalem. Its ill repute in the Bible emanated from the worship there of foreign gods, including supposed child sacrifice to Molech at Tophet. In?


(Encyclopedia) hinny: see mule.


(Encyclopedia) Hino h?n?, city (1990 pop. 165,928), Tokyo Metropolis, E central Honshu, Japan, on the Asa River. A residential suburb of Tokyo and part of the Keihin Industrial Region, Hino produces?


(Encyclopedia) Hinsdale, village (1990 pop. 16,029), Cook and Du Page counties, NE Ill., part of the greater Chicago metropolitan area; inc. 1873. Computer systems software is produced.

Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril Norman

(Encyclopedia) Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril Norman, 1897?1967, British chemist, D.Sc. Oxford, 1924. In 1937 Hinshelwood became a professor at Oxford, where he remained until his retirement in 1964. He?