AHP

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AcronymDefinition
AHPAir (High Pressure)
AHPAnalytical Hierarchy Process
AHPAssociation for Healthcare Philanthropy
AHPAllied Health Professions
AHPAmerican Horse Publications
AHPAssociated Health Professionals (California)
AHPAssociation for Humanistic Psychology
AHPAmerican Home Products Corporation
AHPAffordable Housing Plan (various organizations)
AHPAlpes de Haute-Provence (French region)
AHPAnimal Health Programme (UK)
AHPAgence Haitienne de Presse
AHPAmerican Herbal Pharmacopoeia
AHPArmy Heliport
AHPAccelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (Virox Technologies Inc.)
AHPAssociation Health Plan
AHPAIDS Health Project (San Francisco, CA)
AHPAccountable Health Plan
AHPAssociation of Health Plans
AHPAudio Hijack Pro (software)
AHPAustrian Hydro Power AG
AHPAnomalous Head Position
AHPAfter Hours Pub (gaming clan)
AHPAbove Head of Passes (nautical mileage)
AHPAnesthesia Healthcare Partners (est. 1998)
AHPArkansas Highway Police
AHPArmy Home Page
AHPArizona Highway Patrol
AHPArena Homme Plus (men's fashion)
AHPAustrian Help Program
AHPAir Horsepower
AHPAbnormal Head Posture
AHPEvacuation Hospital Ship (Auxiliary, Hospital, Personnel)
AHPAmerican Highway Project
AHPAfter Hours Program
AHPAlone Hunting Predators (gaming community)
AHPAllied Hydrographic Publication
AHPAcademy of Hospice Physicians
AHPAmerican Horse Publications, Inc.
AHPAdvent Health Plan
AHPAdded-Hyper-Plane
AHPAdvanced Helicopter Pilotage
AHPAverage Hole-Potential
AHPAutomatismes Hydraulique Pneumatique (French: Hydraulic Pneumatic Automations)
AHPAlpha Portland Cement Company (former stock symbol; now delisted)
AHPAuxiliary Hydraulic Power
AHPAngostura Hydroelectric Project (Costa Rica)
AHPAwards, Honors, and Prizes
AHPAverage Hydrostatic Pressure
AHPAlambic Haute Pression (French: Alembic High Pressure)
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She came aboard at Chattanooga State in August 2005 after serving as Chair of the Department of Allied Health at Clark Atlanta University for four years and Coordinator of the Allied Health Professions Program for six years at the same institution.
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