Hood

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Hood - Other
... HMS Hood (disambiguation), ships of the Royal Navy HP Hood, American food manufacturer (especially focusing on dairy products) Hood Steamer, early (1900-1) American manufacturer of steam cars in ... 'hood, slang for neighbourhood or ghetto ...
Gavin Hood - Directing Career
... Hood got his start at directing when he was commissioned to make several short educational dramas for the South African Department of Health ... Hood then went on to direct the Polish language 2001 feature film In Desert and Wilderness (W pustyni i w puszczy) when the original director fell ill ... Gavin Hood was also nominated for the 2005 Non-European Film - Prix Screen International at the European Film Awards for his work on the film ...
Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport - American War of Independence
... From this time forward Hood was in continuous employment afloat and ashore ... popular feeling was aroused by the course which Hood took in Keppel's defence, his conduct does not seem to have injured his professional career ... In 1780 Hood was promoted to Rear Admiral of the White, and succeeded Kempenfeldt as one of Howe's flag-officers ...
Hood Grange
... Hood Grange is a hamlet and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England ... Hood Grange has existed as a civil parish since 1866, prior to which the area was part of Kilburn ...
Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport
... Admiral Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport, KB (2 December 1726 – 2 May 1814) was an officer of the British Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary ...

Famous quotes containing the word hood:

    What’re you always trying to push me in the gutter for, Dixon? I got as much right on the sidewalk as you have. Don’t talk to me about “rights.” You’re a hood and a murderer.
    Ben Hecht (1893–1964)

    A yeman hadde he and servantz namo
    At that tyme, for hym liste ride so,
    And he was clad in cote and hood of grene.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    Work—work—work,
    In the dull December light,
    And work—work—work,
    When the weather is warm and bright—
    While underneath the eaves
    The brooding swallows cling
    As if to show me their sunny backs
    And twit me with the spring.
    —Thomas Hood (1799–1845)