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AcronymDefinition
ASHAction on Smoking and Health
AshAshley
ASHAmerican Society of Hematology
ASHA Shell
ASHAcademy of the Sacred Heart (Louisiana)
ASHAmerican Society of Hypertension
ASHActualités Sociales Hebdomadaires (French: Social News Weekly)
ASHAdaptation Scolaire et Scolarisation des Élèves Handicapés (French: Special Education and Education of Disabled Students)
ASHAdvanced Scientific Health (research organization)
ASHAnthony Stewart Head (actor)
ASHAssistant Secretary for Health
ASHAsymmetric Septal Hypertrophy
ASHActive Session History (performance metrics)
ASHAmerica's Second Harvest (US food bank network)
ASHAtascadero State Hospital
ASHAlcoholic Steatohepatitis
ASHArgyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Scottish Regiment of the British Army)
ASHAustin State Hospital
AshAshkun (linguistics)
ASHAmerican School of the Hague (Netherlands)
ASHAllentown State Hospital (Allentown, PA)
ASHAustralian Society of Herpetologists
ASHAustralian Society of Hypnosis
ASHAmplifier-Sequenced Hybrid
ASHAllele Specific Hybridization
ASHAdvanced Scout Helicopter
ASHAll-Saints House
ASHAkademia E Shkencave (Albanian: National Academy of Sciences)
ASHArizona Society of Homebrewers
ASHApplication Session Handoff (communications protocol)
ASHAction Sociale par l'Habitat (French: Social Action in Housing)
ASHAirspeed Hold (airplane autopilot mode)
ASHArmy Space Heaters
ASHAnti-Self-Homing (torpedoes)
ASHAlternate Support Headquarters
ASHalt.suicide.holidays (USENET newsgroup)
ASHAbortion, Sterilization, and Hysterectomy (medical procedures)
ASHArchaic Sealed Heat (role-playing game)
ASHAgricultural Safety and Health (various organizations)
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For the potential effects of ash dieback could be catastrophic.
2 million tons less coal ash disposed in landfills and impoundments,' said Adams.
The ingested ash melts onto the coating and penetrates it.
At Akshay's party, Ash took the initiative for a patch- up.
Key words: mixing technology, hydraulic transport, fly ash, bottom ash
And now, Uniontown is also home to a 1 million-ton mountain of coal ash.
Brian Boltz, general manager of Larimer and Norton, the timber division of Hillerich & Bradsby in Warren, PA, said Louisville Slugger buys its ash from two areas of the country.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is monitoring the situation regarding the volcanic ash cloud currently affecting the UK and its possible impact on Scotland's environment.
The practice of placing ash in the shape of a cross on the forehead stems from the biblical the Book of Genesis, where God castigates Adam and Eve.
So here I was, on Ash Wednesday, putting my hopes for spiritual rejuvenation in a baggie of graham crackers, four board books, a doll with a working zipper, and the big prize, a Tootsie Roll sucker.
Fly ash is used in Canada and the United States in the manufacture of cement, but due to the physical qualities of the unburned carbon, fly ash can contain only a certain amount (about 4-6%).