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AcronymDefinition
SHOWScotland's Health on the Web
SHOWState Home Oil Weatherization (Oregon)
SHOWStudy of Health Outcomes of Weight Loss
SHOWSurvey of the Health of Wisconsin (University of Wisconsin)
SHOWSystem Hands on Workshop (IBM)
SHOWSound Healers of Washington (est. 1991; Seattle, WA)
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The cool thing is, it's not fair to call 'The Daily Show' a proving ground, because it's such an exciting show in its own right, and it's really a destination, a worthy end goal," says "Daily Show" alumnus Ed Helms, who now stars on "The Office.
TechFlow Design & Manufacturing will show a video of its coex blown film line with gearless torque motors from Siemens, built in Italy this year at partner Giovanni Zocchi.
Robert Rosenbloom, vice president of business development for iCongo, a Boston-based virtual trade show provider, says that certain industries and products lend themselves to the application better than others.
In its first years on the air, the show developed a cult following among college students and others, even inspiring one of the first TV show-centric Web sites.
The 12-mm sections show a moderate increase in yield strength with an increase in Si content due to the solid-solution strengthening of the ferrite, whereas the tensile strength is not affected much by change in the Si level.
Hosted by Nelson Burros, MSW, the Hebrew Home's director of Resident Support Programs, each show features one to three panelists discussing a topic of interest to the show's target audience--older adult residents of the New York City area and those involved in their care, particularly family members.
As producer of a teen show at WBZ-TV, the local CBS affiliate in Boston, I assumed our station's history of more than twenty years in local children's programming would continue.
And his international membership is tied to production schedules from orders received at the show, so they have voted three times not to change the dates.
From a production standpoint, the live call-in show is the easiest type of show to put on the air.
Books about early television tell of Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca on Your Show of Shows, and of the vocalists who warbled the hit songs week after week on Your Hit Parade.
Often the producers of a Fox program called The Show, featuring a black star, would call over to Cleghorne