AHRFAmerican Hot Rod Foundation (Greenwich, CT)
AHRFArea Health Resource File (US DHHS)
AHRFAmerican Hearing Research Foundation
AHRFArizona Human Rights Fund (gay and lesbian rights organization)
AHRFacute hypercapnic respiratory failure
AHRFAlberta Historical Resources Foundation (est. 1973; Alberta, Canada)
AHRFAmazing Halo Reach Forges
AHRFAncient Historical Research Foundation
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For treatment of AHRF, pressure support (spontaneous/timed) mode was administered as the first option.
To further control county-level characteristics, the AHRF (HHS 2016) urban or rural codes were used to create three rural or urban categories: metropolitan counties, urban but non-metropolitan counties, and counties that were completely rural or had less than 2500 urban population.
AHRF programs that include other intervention components in a worksite
Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, and Bureau of Health Professions, Area Health Resource File (AHRF), http://ahrf.hrsa.gov/.
Although $2.2 million had already been paid to the AHRF as was required, the remaining $2.7 million is held in reserve pending the outcome of the Roman Catholic fundraising campaign.
The Eblex pointers are based on a series on energy-saving measures put forward in the Whole Farm Energy Use report prepared for the Agriculture and Horticulture Research Forum (AHRF).
Summary: Friday witnessed the formal launch of the Arab Human Rights Fund (AHRF) during a news conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Beirut.
Over the years, the Society has been fortunate to have had financial support from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation (AHRF), an arm of the provincial government.
See also Albert Mathiez, "L'arrestation des suspects en Cote d'Or pendant le crise de la premiere invasion (aout-octobre 1792)," AHRF 2 (1925): 118.
We obtained additional data from the Area Health Resources File (AHRF) and the Kaiser Family Foundation to adjust for relevant state and county-level characteristics.