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1. habit (عادت) :: Jens got a bad habit of working too hard on something though
2. hair (بالوں) :: her shoulderlength fair hair
3. hairdresser (ہیارڈریسر کا سیلون) :: Thoroughfares in and out of the cities are lined with innocent looking hairdressers and beauty parlours
4. half (نصف) :: If he plays half for the Knights today though I hope the selectors watch him
5. hall (ہال) :: Judging form the light it was about mid afternoon when the door at the end of the hall rattled open and a man came walking up the corridor heels clicking against concrete
6. hammer (ہتھوڑا) :: I also need a hammer and nails picture hooks and the step ladder
7. hand (ہاتھ) :: Never check in the laptop as luggage keep it with you as hand baggage
8. handle (ہینڈل) :: handle the fruit carefully
9. hang (ہینگ) :: If you feel there will be no strikethrough or bleeding issues hang your new paper
10. happen (ہو) :: do you happen to know who her doctor is
11. happily (خوشی سے) :: Happily it is very seldom that we have to record an event so disgraceful to young men as that which took place on Sunday on the Harlem River
12. happy (مبارک) :: We are more than happy to advise residents of how not to cause a nuisance to their neighbours
13. hard (سخت) :: The girl nodded at Simon and punched him so hard he was forced into one of the dirt walls
14. hardly (شاید ہی) :: Rather and company may have been fed phony documents but the basic story is obviously true and hardly disputed
15. harm (نقصان) :: Another misconception is that raceconscious admission policies somehow shame or harm underrepresented students of color
16. harmful (نقصان دہ) :: Brian looked like the romantic idealistic and harmfully quixotic sort
17. harmless (کوئی نقصان نہیں پہنچاتی) :: Although there has never been a recorded death from the overuse of cannabis it is not harmless
18. hat (ٹوپی) :: Straw hats vary in style indicating either where the hat was made or where the wearer is from
19. hate (سے نفرت) :: Threats and public verbal abuse were common as was persuading friends and family to join hate campaigns
20. hatred (نفرت) :: Britain must be free to act against extremists who stir up hatred and incite terrorism
 

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