handheld Adjective and noun.
handicapped Avoid. See disabled, handicapped.
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Hispanic Use when describing a person from a Spanish-speaking land or culture. Latino and Latina are sometimes preferred. Follow the subject’s preference.
Homecoming Capitalize when referring to Bucknell’s annual event.
home page Two words.
honorary degrees All references to honorary degrees should specify that they are honorary. Otherwise follow style for academic degrees.
honors Lowercase cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum laude, and use only when pertinent. See awards.
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