HUGO


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HUGO

Abbreviation for Human Genome Organization.
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Baskerville was held by Hugo of that name, nor can it be
chanced that this Hugo came to love (if, indeed, so dark
it came to pass that one Michaelmas this Hugo, with five
chamber, while Hugo and his friends sat down to a long
below, for they say that the words used by Hugo Baskerville,
"It chanced that some little time later Hugo left his
They declared that the coincidence of March's evidence had cleared the whole company, and clinched the case against the flying Hugo. Whether that Hungarian fugitive would ever be caught appeared to Horne Fisher to be highly doubtful; nor can it be pretended that he displayed any very demoniac detective energy in the matter as he leaned back in the boat cushions, smoking, and watching the swaying reeds slide past.
"On the contrary, it's finding Hugo guilty that's irrational," replied Fisher.
Roderigo rent his chains asunder manfully, and Hugo died in agonies of remorse and arsenic, with a wild, "Ha!
"Poets like Homer, Virgil, Milton, Lamartine, and Hugo?"
Part of this venerable building dates back to the time of the first crusade, when Hugo de Capus built a fortalice in the centre of the estate, which had been granted to him by the Red King.
Victor Hugo gives an account of them in `L'Homme qui Rit.'--But perhaps my meaning grows plain now.