Hus

Hus or HUS may refer to:

  • //Hus, a Namibian mancala game
  • Croatian Trade Union Association (Croatian: Hrvatska Udruga Sindikata)
  • Harlington Upper School, in Harlington, Bedfordshire, England
  • Hemolytic-uremic syndrome, is a disease characterized by hemolytic anemia, acute renal failure (uremia) and a low platelet count
  • Huastec language, a Mayan language of Mexico
  • Humboldtschule, Bad Homburg, a German gymnasium in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe, Hesse
  • Sikorsky HUS, a piston-engined military helicopter used by the United States Navy

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Jean-Baptiste Hus
... Jean-Baptiste Hus (June 1736, probably in Paris - 1805, Paris) was a French ballet dancer and ballet master ... He was the son of François Hus and Françoise-Nicole Gravillon, he was the brother of the future actress Mlle Hus and a member of the large Hus family, an 18th century dynasty ... Persondata Name Hus Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1736 Place of birth Date of death 1805 Place of death ...
Hus - People
... Hus family, an 18th century French dynasty of ballet dancers and actors Jan Hus (c. 1360-1415), Czech Catholic priest, philosopher, reformer, and master at Charles University in Prague burned at the stake for ...
Malmöhus County
... Malmöhus County (Malmöhus län) was a county of Sweden until 1997 when it was merged with Kristianstad County to form Skåne County ... It had been named after Malmöhus, the castle in Malmö, which also was where the Governor originally resided ...
Hus Family - Family Tree
... François Hus and Françoise Gravillon had the following children Adélaïde-Louise-Pauline Hus (31 March 1734, Rennes - 18 October 1805, Paris), stage name Mademoiselle Hus, French actress ...
M'el Dowd - Selected Stage Roles
... Macbeth – Lady Macbeth (1955 Off-Broadway, Jan Hus Theatre, NYC) A Midsummer Night's Dream – Titania, (1956 Jan Hus Theatre, NYC) Romeo and Juliet – Lady Capulet (1956 Jan Hus ...