ATHE

AcronymDefinition
ATHEAssociation for Theater in Higher Education (Boulder, CO)
ATHEAssociation of Home Economics Teachers
ATHEAnti-Tobacco Health Education
ATHEAssociation for Tourism in Higher Education (UK)
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ATHE best time to divide the crowns of herbaceous perennials is in spring, just as the plants start into growth.
ATHE culprit is fungus on organic matter such as old tree roots in the soil.
ATHE two share Yorkshire roots but are not related.
ATHE plaque was made in Germany by Villeroy and Boch at the end of the 19th Century.
ATHE Trustees Act 2000 came into force on February 1, 2001 and has greatly increased the responsibilities of the trustee.
ATHE programme, set on the fictional island of Innishnamona was filmed on various locations on the isle of Lewis.
ATHE annual Oktoberfest began in 1810 as a celebration of the marriage between the Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig I and Princess Therese.
ATHE story goes that John Daly, an 18th century theatre manager in Dublin, was challenged by a friend to introduce a new word to the language in a day.
It is hoped the withdrawal will bring calm to the Middle East and the Western world QWHY was the withdrawal decision a surprise ATHE move was a shock because of Sharon's hardline reputation.
ATHE nickname seems to have originated in the 50s when the BBC's cosy image was contrasted with the brash new ITV.
ATHE bat-chomping singer was born John Michael Osbourne on December 3, 1948, in Birmingham.
ATHE mild winter allowed them to flower longer than usual this year and they have now just passed their peak.