Definition of Halvas
1. halva [n] - See also: halva
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Literary usage of Halvas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1858)
"I11; the habeas corpus act of South Carolina of 1712, and referred to in 2 Bay, 563, and 2 SC Rep. p. 698; tho halvas corpus of North Carolina, It. S. 1837, ..."
2. The Law of Contracts by Theophilus Parsons (1866)
"542. ligion have stomped a binding authority, This case was a writ of halvas corpus, at from which the parties cannot release the instance of a husband to ..."
3. Text-book of the embryology of man and mammals by Oscar Hertwig, Edward Laurens Mark (1901)
"At their first appearance the halvas of the heart lie very far apart. They are to be seen both in the very slightly magnified cross section (fig. ..."
4. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"The anaesthesia affects the ulnar halvas of the arms and hands; the pupils and palpebral fissures are narrowed. If the inflammation is located in the upper ..."
5. Fatty Foods: Their Practical Examination. A Handbook for the Use of by Edward Richards Bolton, Cecil Revis (1913)
"In some cases the whole white seeds are used as food, and in Turkey a sweetmeat called " halvas " is made by grinding them with sugar ..."
6. Elements of Arithmetic, Mental and Written: New Series by Christian Brothers (1900)
"9. How many 9ths of ya,:ds in 3 yards ? 5 yards ? 10. How do you reduce a number to thirds? f]¡ght!is ~? II. In 2i how many halvas? ..."