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AHRAmerican Historical Review (Journal of the American History Association)
AHRAryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
AHRAddress High Register
AHRAustralian Health Review (Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association)
AHRAdjusted Hazard Ratio
AHRAssisted Human Reproduction
AHRairway hyper-responsiveness
AHRAcademic Human Resources (various organizations)
AHRActive Head Restraint
AHRAdvancing Human Rights (New York, NY)
AHRAverage Hull Roughness (sailing)
AHRAir-Conditioning Heating Refrigeration
AHRAverage Heart Rate
AHRAlt.healing.reiki (Usenet newsgroup)
AHRAmerican Haflinger Registry (Akron, OH, USA)
AHRArtists for Human Rights (Calabasas, CA)
AHRAviemore Highland Resort, Ltd. (Scotland, UK)
AHRAqueous Homogeneous Reactor
AHRAcceptable Hazard Rate
AHRAbsorptive Heat Recovery
AHRAd Hoc Router
AHRAfter Heat Removal
AHRAttack Helicopter Regiment
AHRAssociation for Health Records
AHRAccumulated Hazard Rate
AHRArchives de l'Histoire Rurale (French: Archives of Rural History; Switzerland)
AHRApplied Horticultural Research
AHRAdvanced Hawkeye Radar
AHRAltantic Ham Radio Ltd.
AHRAvenir et Histoire des Recycleurs (French: Future and History of Recyclers)
AHRAcademy of Human Rights
AHRAtelier Hautes Résolutions (French: High Resolution Workshop)
AHRAfter Honeymoon Reception
AHRAsset Health Review
AHRAndrew Hayes Racing (kart racing team)
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They sit up all night together continually, and Hindley has been borrowing money on his land, and does nothing but play and drink: I heard only a week ago - it was Joseph who told me - I met him at Gimmerton: "Nelly," he said, "we's hae a crowner's 'quest enow, at ahr folks'.
The facade boasts a unique laser-cut veil, each panel individually designed by AHR, inspired by textiles and the history of the neighbouring mills, but with a contemporary and abstract twist.
AHR antagonism is a clinically validated mechanism for expanding hematopoietic stem cells, as we have reported in Phase 2 studies with the company's MGTA-456 cell therapy that uses the same mechanism.
For example, Delta Controls was a finalist at the 2019 AHR Expo in the building automation category for its 03 Sensor Hub.
This will only push us even harder to work toward making every guest's stay on Boracay island quite memorable,' said AHR president Jeffrey Ng.
The impact of the island's closure posed as a challenge to the organization but was hardly felt in a negative sense by the Astoria Current staff, since they were reassigned during the period for retraining and other purposes in other AHR properties, including Astoria Palawan and Astoria Plaza in Ortigas Center.
To achieve the island vibe in Astoria Current's rooms, AHR tapped the service of award-winning Atelier Almario design firm.
There was also an increased risk of serious infection with infliximab compared with methotrexate (aHR, 2.96; 95% CI, 1.58-5.57).
AhR acts as an environmental sensor, passing signals to immune cells and epithelial cells in the gut lining to protect us from inflammatory responses to the trillions of bacteria that live in the gut.
"We studied genetically modified mice that cannot produce or activate AhR in their guts, and found that they readily developed gut inflammation which progressed to colon cancer," explains first author Dr Amina Metidji from the Francis Crick Institute.
Hurdles reported by HCWs during HH practices by use of AHR usage are mentionbes as shown in figure.
Ken Sinclair, founder, owner, and publisher of AutomatedBuildings.com and Scott Cochrane, president and CEO of Cochrane Supply & Engineering, have gained traction in their online MSI interviews and plan to keep the discussion going this month at the AHR Expo in Chicago.