OHE


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AcronymDefinition
OHEOffice of Health Economics (London, UK)
OHEOvariohysterectomy (spay)
OHEOver Head Equipment (electrical traction)
OHEOrdnance Handling Equipment
OHEO'Gara Hess & Eisenhardt
OHEOffice of the Housing Expediter (USA)
OHEOverhauled Exchange (remanufactured aircraft engines)
OHEOffice of Hanford Environment
OHEOverhead Expense
OHEOnline Higher Education (various organizations)
OHEOffice of Health Education (various schools)
OHEOut of Home Entertainment
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Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Managing Director Mangu Singh visited the Yamuna Bank Depot on Friday night and took stock of the various measures undertaken by the OHE department in recent months to prevent any unwarranted failure on main lines.
Jon Sussex, Deputy Director of OHE and lead researcher on the project, emphasised: "This innovative MCDA approach proved very much 'fit for purpose'.
Hannover-based OHE is a well established business with more than 400 buses in and around Bremen, Hamburg and Braunschweig.
The DoublePositive Marketing Agency of Record agreement with EDMC OHE follows a similar agreement with a national auto insurance carrier.
The 100-page book may be downloaded free of charge by registered users of the OHE website at www.
Based in Celle, near Hannover, OHE is an established transport provider generating a turnover of pounds 89m at full year 2005.
We designed SpeechPort OHE so that organizations looking to deploy speech-enabled self-service solutions are no longer forced to make the difficult choice between building it on their own or turning it entirely over to a third-party provider" says Bill Andrews, VP and General Manager of Self-Service Speech Solutions for Convergys.
Dawson said, "Given this core belief and mission for all of us at OHE, we felt it necessary to provide all organizations with the assessment survey tool and summary results at no charge.
Chorum Technologies' OHE is part of the company's PolarModule(TM) line of optical subsystems, and the DVA is part of the company's PolarTune(TM) line of optical processors.
The OHE dynamically adjusts the gain profile of an optical amplifier to ensure that the power levels of DWDM optical signals are equalized without requiring a conversion from optical-to-electrical-to-optical.