Halt (from German: stop) can refer to:

  • halt, a small train station, usually unstaffed, with few facilities and normally is a request stop
  • A sign, meaning attention
  • "Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired" in behavioral addiction recovery
  • Highly Accelerated Life Test
  • Halt (character), a fictional character in the Ranger's Apprentice novel series by John Flanagan

Other articles related to "halt":

Littlemore Railway Station - Route
... Bicester to Witney and Fairford Water Eaton Parkway Yarnton Oxford Road Halt Wolvercot Junction Wolvercot Platform Wolvercote Halt Oxford North Junction Port Meadow Halt Exchange sidings ...
Spencer Road Halt Railway Station
... Spencer Road Halt railway station was a halt on the Woodside and South Croydon Railway opened in 1906 and closed on 15 March 1915 ...
Leire Halt Railway Station
... Leire halt railway station was a railway halt serving Leire in Leicestershire on the line between Leicester and Rugby ... Midland and Scottish Railway opened the halt in 1925 on the Leicester – Rugby line of the former Midland Counties Railway ...
List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - W - Wy
... Station (Town, unless in station name) Rail company Year closed Wyesham Halt GWR 1959 Wyke and Norwood Green Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1953 Wyke Regis Halt Weymouth and Portland Railway ...

Famous quotes containing the word halt:

    The day that the Black man takes an uncompromising step and realizes that he is within his rights, when his own freedom is being jeopardized, to use any means necessary to bring about his freedom or put a halt to that injustice, I don’t think he’ll be by himself.
    Malcolm X (1925–1965)

    Someone is always at my elbow reminding me that I am the grand-daughter of slaves. It fails to register depression with me. Slavery is sixty years in the past. The operation was successful and the patient is doing well, thank you. The terrible struggle that made me an American out of a potential slave said “On the line!” The Reconstruction said “Go!” I am off to a flying start and I must not halt in the stretch to look behind and weep.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)