MHR

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AcronymDefinition
MHRMcGraw-Hill Ryerson (Canadian publisher)
MHRMaximum Heart Rate
MHRMagnum Hunter Resources (gas and oil company; Houston, TX)
MHRMedical Hair Restoration
MHRMike Hailwood Replica (model of Ducati motorcycle)
MHRMany Happy Returns
MHRMember of the House of Representatives
MHRMental Health Rehabilitation
MHRMalossi Hyper Racing (Italy)
MHRMaster of Human Relations
MHRMax Headroom (TV show)
MHRManhours
MHRMaritime Heritage Resources
MHRMile High Resistance
MHRMedical and Health Research
MHRMurder House Records (band)
MHRMedical History Review
MHRMass Hysteria Records
MHRMulti-Hop Relay
MHRMultiple Head Registration
MHRMissouri Historical Review (State Historical Society of Missouri)
MHRMean Hull Roughness (sailing)
MHRMobile Home Residential (zoning)
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While I agree the pivot table would allow for quick filtering of the rows to show only Manhours or Budget, the hassle of dragging 60 monthly fields to the Values area made the setup for this alternative take too long.
RasGas Company Limited celebrated an unprecedented record of 100 million work manhours Lost Time Incident (LTI) free at a ceremony in Ras Laffan this morning.
Grede's Iron Mountain facility achieved one million manhours on May 10.
SKSWood takes pride in having achieved four million manhours worked incident free in December 2009.
Friends Rob Handford and Andy Maxam have sunk thousands of pounds and manhours in to restoring the 1950 Guy Arab Birmingham bus after they saved it from the scrapheap.
It comes after massive cuts in manhours of gardai and prison officers.
At home, while millions of manhours are lost to "manflu" - he's too busy groaning under the duvet to so much as make a cup of tea - womanflu simply doesn't exist.
More than 500,000 AIC manhours of work have gone into Pogo.
It will tie up officers and be a huge drain on manhours.
Incorporating AIRSpeed into the Navy, making it more like a business, saving money, time, and manhours.
Now in its 53rd updated edition, 2005 National Construction Estimator is a no-nonsence resource designed expressly to aid in estimating labor and material costs, manhours, and city cost adjustments for residential, commercial, and industrial construction.
Relationships forged in classrooms form the basis of working relationships on the flightline, in the ports, in the AOR and in joint assignments where the stakes are higher and a degree of familiarity saves manhours, resources and valuable time.