PHASE


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AcronymDefinition
PHASEPersonal Hygiene and Sanitation Education (est. 1998; GlaxoSmithKline)
PHASEPhysics of Hard Spheres Experiment
PHASEPrevent Heart Attacks and Strokes Everyday (Kaiser Permanente)
PHASEParallel and HPC Application Software Exchange
PHASEProject for Healthy Adolescent Sexual Expression
PHASEPublic Health Air Surveillance Evaluation (US CDC and US EPA)
PHASEPermanent Housing Assistance Services (California)
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She could not hide the fact that she had been struck on the head, and yet that wound appeared evidently to have been inflicted during the first phase, since it required the presence of the murderer
So that after the first phase she did not re-enter her chamber till midnight.
It was not a clear vision, however, and there were two phases of it, somewhat jumbled at the time.
This dock, as I call it, was really a mere ditch just long enough at this phase of the tide to take the longboat.
So what historians have come to call the Phase of the Emergency Committees sprang from the opening phase and from the phase of social collapse.
We should say that the author's special ethical gift lay in a delicately intuitive sympathy, not, perhaps, with all phases of character, but certainly with the very varied class of persons represented in these volumes.
The book passes indeed, successively, through distinct, broadly conceived phases of scenery, which, becoming veritable parts of its texture, take hold on the reader, as if in an actual sojourn in the places described.
Galileo explained the phenomena of the lunar light produced during certain of her phases by the existence of mountains, to which he assigned a mean altitude of
The early Greek epic -- that is, poetry as a natural and popular, and not (as it became later) an artificial and academic literary form -- passed through the usual three phases, of development, of maturity, and of decline.
In a word, without going over all the journals in the world, there was not a scientific publication, from the Journal of Evangelical Missions to the Revue Algerienne et Coloniale, from the Annales de la Propagation de la Foi to the Church Missionary Intelligencer, that had not something to say about the affair in all its phases.
The nearer moon of Mars makes a complete revolution around the planet in a little over seven and one-half hours, so that she may be seen hurtling through the sky like some huge meteor two or three times each night, revealing all her phases during each transit of the heavens.
Seen in the various phases of his daily life, he gave the idea of being perfectly well-balanced, as exactly regulated as a Leroy chronometer.