Hut may refer to:
- Hut (dwelling), a small and crude shelter
- Hans Hut (1490–1527), Anabaptist leader
- Hut Records, an English audio records company
- Sunglass Hut International, largest American retailer of sunglasses
- Software Hut, a computer software development company
- William Hut, Norwegian singer
- Barnes–Hut simulation of gravitational forces, also known as the Barnes–Hut simulation n-body algorithm
- Pizza Hut, a multinational fast food chain
- Pizza Hut Park, a multi-purpose facility built and owned by the northern Dallas suburb of Frisco
- Quonset hut, semi-circular prefabricated hut used in World War II
- Nissen hut, semi-circular prefabricated hut invented in 1916 and used in World War I and World War II
- Mountain hut, a building intended as temporary shelter in alpine areas
HUT may also refer to:
- Hanoi University of Technology:Former name of Hanoi University of Science and Technology
- Hard Upper Torso, a component of many spacesuits
- Helsinki University of Technology
- Home-user test, product marketing tests performed in the consumer's home
- Hizb ut-Tahrir (HuT), an Islamist organisation
- Hutton Cranswick railway station, England; National Rail station code HUT
- The Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope, a space telescope designed to make spectroscopic observations in the far-ultraviolet region of the electromagnetic spectrum
- Households using television
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Other articles related to "hut, huts":
... The Schönbiel Hut (German Schönbielhütte) is a mountain hut located north of the Matterhorn ... The actual hut was built by the Swiss Alpine Club in 1955, after the demolition of an older hut, built in 1909 ... The hut is accessible to hikers, from the cable car station of Schwarzsee with a marked trail ...
... The Monte Rosa Hut lies on the western side of Monte Rosa, on the place named Plattje ... The hut can be reached using the Gornergratbahn from the station Rotenboden a trail leads to the Gorner Glacier ... crossed (usually marked itinerary), at around 2,600 m another trail leads directly to the hut ...
... Until mountain huts were built, there had been no choice for the climbers other than sleeping in the highest chalets or in a bivouac under some overhanging rocks and, in both cases, firewood had to be carried up ... twenty-five years of its existence contributed to build thirty-eight huts, of which the oldest was the Grünhorn hut on the Tödi (1863), followed by the Trift hut ... The Matterhorn hut was built in 1865, the Mountet in 1871, the Weisshorn hut in 1876, the Concordia on the Aletsch glacier and the Boval hut in 1877 ...
... Waputik Icefield Bow Hut R.J ... Ritchie Hut, (Balfour Hut) Sherbrooke Lake Takakkaw Falls ...
Famous quotes containing the word hut:
“There is hardly a pioneers hut which does not contain a few odd volumes of Shakespeare. I remember reading the feudal drama of Henry V for the first time in a log cabin.”
—Alexis de Tocqueville (18051859)