The term hydrate may refer to the following:

  • to cause a person or object to absorb water or other liquid
  • a chemical substance containing water or its constituent elements

The term harvest may refer to the following:

  • the process of gathering mature crops from fields
  • IBM 7950 Harvest, a one-of-a-kind adjunct to the NSA's IBM 7030 Stretch supercomputer
  • Harvest project, a web cache research project

The term handheld refers to any object that is designed to be light and small enough to be held and/or operated with one or both hands.

-see also:
"Handheld" is in the UNSPSC Code "41112213"
  Handheld thermometer

Ref: 124225/2006-09-27

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Harpsichord (in Italian cembalo; and in French clavecin) is defined as a stringed keyboard instrument in which the strings are plucked to produce sound.

A Headphone is described as an electromagnetic transducer designed to be worn on the human head for the purpose of audio listening/monitoring, and as distinct from an earphone, or system worn in the ear. Headphones (plural) would be a pair - one for each ear. They are usually based on the principle of electromagnetic induction used to convert the electrical energy output of a headphone amplifier into acoustic energy, or sound.

Harvesting is described as the process of threshing or picking a grain crop by a large machine called a combine. It can also refer to picking vegetable and fruit crops by hand.

Hammer is described as an instrument for driving nails, beating metals, and the like, consisting of a head, usually of steel or iron, fixed crosswise to a handle. The hammer usually has a curved claw used to extract nails.

Height computer is characterized as a calculating device for converting indicated to true height by taking the density factor into consideration.

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