a curve or arc, especially in architecture or in the design of a ship (noun)
To raise, to elevate - Lydgate (verb)
Examples of word hance
DETROIT â€” The auto show that begins this week gives Detroit the c hance to show off a hometown industry on the mend and a downtown flush with upscale hotel rooms.
She was also at prom. and she is a danger to bella, hance the warning you clue.
Last two a couple of weeks ago, hance the need for cheering up.
As a Journalist yourself, who Im sure, wishes to be paid for your work hours of research, and writing etc. were you to write a story that I saw imediately after you published it and summarized or â€œre-wroteâ€ it and published it elsewhere thereby taking a section of your potential audience, and hance income awayâ€¦ I doubt that would sit very well with you, or maybe you could care less.
Even with an abundance of supply, there will be a bottleneck at the refining capacity, hance a shortage of supply v. demand in the market keeping prices high.