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ḥā

[khah] /xɑ/
noun
1.
the sixth letter of the Arabic alphabet, representing a pharyngeal spirant consonant.
Origin
< Arabic
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  • As pepper spray has become ubiquitous in this country over the last two decades, it has not raised many eyebrows.
  • Revisiting the beginning after the end has emerged makes sense.
  • But nobody has turned up specific evidence of wrongdoing.
  • Most of the controversy has focused on privacy because the machines can produce graphic images.
  • Moviemaking has been the almost exclusive dominion of large organizations usually driven more by profit than by stories.
  • It has already destroyed citrus production in many parts of the world.
  • Right before you tap the yellow bird, it has some velocity.
  • Booker has brought to his labors here a magical facility with words.
  • Confusion about the nature of the so-called information age has led to a state of collective false consciousness.
  • Despite high prices, crude oil production has stayed basically flat for roughly five years.

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