harry

  • 1 Harry — es un nombre masculino, forma medieval del nombre Henry. En tiempos modernos se usa como diminutivo de Henry o Harold[1] y puede referirse a: Deborah Harry, cantante y actriz estadounidense. Grupo Blondie. Harry Abend, escultor polaco. Harry… …

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  • 2 Harry — ist ein englischer männlicher Vorname. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft 2 Bekannte Namensträger 2.1 Familienname 2.2 Vorname 2 …

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  • 3 Harry — Harry, Myriam * * * (as used in expressions) Belafonte, Harry Bertoia, Harry Blackmun, Harry Bridges, Harry Callahan, Harry (Morey) Coase, Ronald (Harry) Cohn, Harry Crick, Francis (Harry Compton) Harry Lillis Crosby Haldeman, H(arry) R(obbins)… …

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  • 4 Harry Wu — fait visiter le Laogai Museum de la Laogai Research Foundation au Dalaï Lama en octobre 2009. Harry Wu (de son nom chinois Wu Hongda), né le 8 février 1937 à Shanghai, a été envoyé le 27 avril  …

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  • 5 Harry — may refer to:* Harry (album), a 1969 album by Harry Nilsson * Harry (TV series), a 1993 1995 BBC drama series about a journalist called Harry Salter * Harry (derogatory term), a derogatory term, meaning unsophisticated or vulgar, used in Norway * …

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  • 6 Harry Wu — erklärt dem Dalai Lama die Ausstellung des „Laogai Research Foundation“ in Washington (D.C.) Harry Wu (chin. Wú Hóngdá, 吳弘達, * 1937 in Shanghai) ist ein in China geborener amerikanischer Bürger und chinesischer Dissident, der vor allem die… …

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  • 7 Harry Wu — (born 1937; Chinese: 吳弘達, Wu Hongda) is an activist for human rights in the People s Republic of China. Now a resident and citizen of the United States, Wu spent 19 years in Chinese labor camps, for which he popularized the term laogai. In 1996… …

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  • 8 Harry — Har ry ( r[y^]), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Harried} ( r[i^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Harrying}.] [OE. harwen, herien, her[yogh]ien, AS. hergian to act as an army, to ravage, plunder, fr. here army; akin to G. heer, Icel. herr, Goth. harjis, and Lith. karas …

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  • 9 Harry Wu — Harry Wu, originalmente llamado Wu Hongda (* 1937 en Shanghái) es un escritor chino, activista por los derechos humanos en China. Nacido en el seno de una familia de clase media y claramente occidentalizada. Con 23 años fue arrestado y conducido… …

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  • 10 Harry — masc. proper name, a familiar form of HENRY (Cf. Henry). Weekley takes the overwhelming number of Harris and Harrison surnames as evidence that Harry, not Henry, was the M.E. pronunciation of Henry. Also Cf. HARRIET (Cf. Harriet), English… …

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  • 11 Harry — Har ry, v. i. To make a predatory incursion; to plunder or lay waste. [Obs.] Beau. & Fl. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 Harry — (engl.), Heinrich …

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  • 13 Harry — (engl.), Heinrich …

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  • 14 Harry — Harry, engl. statt Henricus …

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  • 15 harry — I (harass) verb aggrieve, annoy, badger, bait, be offensive, be rude, beleaguer, beset, bother, browbeat, bully, cruciare, deride, discompose, disconcert, displease, distress, disturb, fluster, fret, haze, heckle, hound, importune, irritate,… …

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  • 16 Harry — m English: pet form of HENRY (SEE Henry), sometimes used as an independent name. This was the usual English form of HENRY (SEE Henry) in the Middle Ages and later, and was the form used by Shakespeare as the familiar name of the mature King Henry …

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  • 17 Harry — Harry, Prince (1984 ) the younger son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. His official name is Prince Henry …

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  • 18 harry — (v.) O.E. hergian make war, lay waste, ravage, plunder, the word used in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle for what the Vikings did to England, from P.Gmc. verb *harohan (Cf. O.Fris. urheria lay waste, ravage, plunder, O.N. herja to make a raid, to… …

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  • 19 harry — harass, *worry, annoy, plague, pester, tease, tantalize Analogous words: torment, torture, rack, *afflict, try: *troub!e, distress: *bait, badger, hound, ride, hector: fret, gall, chafe (see ABRADE) Contrasted words: *comfort, solace, console: * …

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  • 20 harry — [v] pester, annoy attack, badger, bedevil, beleaguer, chivy, depredate, devastate, disturb, fret, gnaw, harass, hassle, irk, irritate, lay waste, molest, persecute, perturb, pillage, plague, plunder, ravage, sack, tease, torment, trouble, upset,… …

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