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HEADHigh Energy Astrophysics Division (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics; Cambridge, Massachusetts)
HEADHigher Education and Development (USAID; US-Iraqi college and university partnership program grants)
HEADHigh Energy Astrophysics Division (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
HEADHealth Alliance for Democracy
HEADHand-held Encryption Authentication Device
HEADHedonistic Eye Art and Design
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Make sure the head harness' elastic webbing is on top and its seams point out.
Outcomes tools available by subspecialty for head and neck diseases include general health measures, such as the SF-36, (12) and the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire (EORTC-QLQ).
His bodiless head lies at an intersection of terrible cultural and political forces in the Arab world, forces that not only shape the story's message of personal and political fantasy but also underlie the story's own origins.
African-American men pay a high price for failing to deal with the disease [of depression]," Head writes.
The MR heads used in LTO Ultrium 2 drives are slightly modified versions of Ultrium 1 heads, with tighter head gaps for higher density recording.
Lynn, executive director of Americans Untied for Separation of Church and State, called the House bill "terribly flawed" and urged the Senate to defeat its proposed changes to Head Start.
Rainier van Roessel will the head of the Rubber Chemicals Business Unit, which includes Vulkacit accelerators, Vulkanox antioxidants, Vulkanol plasticizers and Cohedur adhesive and bonding materials.
Responsibilities: He joined Rothschild in 2001 to head a new unit that would advise companies seeking private equity capital.
All well and good, according to the National Head Start Association, but the debate is in the details.
Causes of mild traumatic brain injury include falls, a blow to the head, or most commonly, the head striking a stationary object, such as in a motor vehicle accident.
The book begins with the basic anatomy of the adult and child head and neck, and neurologic analysis of head and neck injury.