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hoo-ah

and hoo-rah
exclam. Yes! Are we ready? Hoo-ah! Hoo-rah, hoo-rah, hoo-rah.

hoo-rah

verb
See hoo-ah

rah-rah

(ˈrɑˈrɑ)
mod. having to do with college and college enthusiasm. It was sort of a rah-rah party.
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A working version of the RAHS system will be unveiled to invited practitioners, academics, technologists and futurists at the inaugural two-day International RAHS symposium to be held in Singapore March 19-20, 2007.
said, "The implication of RAHS and its foresight into economic turning points in the horizon is tremendous.
James Macken has been a member of the RAHS for approximately 20 years and has written many articles and books.
A member for 37 years, Beverley has been a Councillor of the RAHS twice: 1980-87 and 1988 to the present.
Phillip Black has been a member of the RAHS since 1998.
Lesley joined the RAHS in 1985 and has been a member of the Affiliated Societies Committee for most of that time.
The RAHS library catalogue is still the only catalogue of a major historical collection that enables researchers to search by Local Government Area, making it an invaluable tool for local and regional history and for heritage studies.
In 1988, seventeen years after the proud opening of its new premises in Macquarie Street, the Council of the RAHS resolved `to investigate fully the proposal to sell or retain History House, for recommendation to the membership'.
Joined RAHS 1945; awarded Fellowship 1977 for general historical works and contributions to the Australian Dictionary of Biography.
RAHS offices: Councillor 1959-62, 1969-70, 1976-78, 1979-81, Vice-President 1963-68, 1971-75, 1978.
In the event of the Victorian, Queensland or other Historical Society of similar status affiliating, such society shall be regarded as the State Affiliated Society of the RAHS for the State in which it is operating.
The RAHS had established for itself a mentor's role, encouraging the 'locals' to establish societies, enthusing about their local efforts and publications and in return offering these 'locals' the security and status of membership of the RAHS by affiliation.
Sir William McKell (1891-1985) was Premier of New South Wales 1941-1947 and Governor-General of Australia and Patron RAHS, 1947-1953.
Society of Australian Genealogists & RAHS, 1976-1977.
Closing date for 2000 RAHS Cultural Grants for local history research and publication projects.