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ANHAll Nippon Helicopter (airline, Japan)
ANHAlliance for Natural Health
ANHAbsolutely No Heat (oil processing)
ANHAnhang (German: Appendix; used in designating Beethoven's music)
ANHA New Hope
ANHA New Hope (aka Star Wars Episode 4)
ANHAcute Normovolemic Hemodilution (cardiology)
ANHAgencia Nacional de Hidrocarburos (Colombia)
ANHAnworth Mortgage Asset Corporation (Santa Monica, CA)
ANHartificial nutrition and hydration
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ANHAtrial Natriuretic Hormone
ANHAcademia Nacional de la Historia (República Argentina)
ANHAccess Node Hub
ANHAssociation of Neighbourhood Houses (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
ANHAgence Nationale de l'Habitat (French: National Housing Agency)
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T., O'Reilly, K., Denison, J., Anhang, R., & Sweat, M.
An article by a prestigious research organization WorldWatch Institute (Livestock and Climate Change: What if the key actors in climate change arecows, pigs, and chickens?) showed that the environmental impact of the lifecycle and supply chain of animals raised for food has been vastly underestimated, and in fact accounts for at least half of all human-caused greenhouse gases (GHGs), according to Robert Goodland and Jeff Anhang, who are coauthors of Livestock and Climate Change.
According to an even more accurate calculation by World Bank Group and International Finance Corporation environmental consultants Robert Goodland and Jeff Anhang (published by WorldWatch), animal agriculture actually produces 51 percent of all greenhouse gases.
Dass Linage Supplemente und eine Ubersetzung verfasste, bezeugt auch der 1681 verstorbene Gelehrte Michel de Marolles in einem postum als Anhang zu seinen Memoiren veroffentlichten Personenkatalog:(31)
I start them with a few pieces from the Anna Magdalena Notebook, beginning with the famous Menuet in G Major, for an introduction to voicing, followed by the Menuet in G Minor BWV Anhang 115 or 116, for a contrast between major and minor, and the addition of trills (both pieces are often attributed to Petzold).
Uber das Durchsichtigmachen von menschlichen und tierischen Praparaten und seine theoretischen Bedingungen, nebst Anhang: Uber Knochenfarbung.
481-530) by an eclectic range of figures: Hector Berlioz, Leonard Bernstein, Pierre Boulez, Hans von Billow, Ferruccio Busoni, Claude Debussy, Wilhelm Furtwangler, Franz Liszt, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Andre Previn, Elly Ney, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Richard Wagner, and an "Anhang" (or appendix) that includes a bibliography of works cited; a brief catalog of Beethoven's orchestral music; indexes of personal names, of Beethoven's works, and of works by other composers; and biographical sketches of the fifteen contributors.
Secondly, weak evaluation designs, including the utilisation of a single data source and data collection method (in this case survey only), have been criticised for not providing robust results (Betrand, O'Reilly, Denison, Anhang & Sweat, 2006, Mertens & Wilson, 2012).
Anhang 1: Abschrift der Autographen Gietls--Auswahl--, pp.
Mit Grammatiktafeln im Anhang, Schriften des Sorbischen Instituts 45 /Spisy Serbskeho instituta 45 (Domowina-Verlag, Bautzen 2008.) i Fabian Kaulfurst, Studije k reci Michala Frencla, Schriften des Sorbischen Instituts 55/Spisy Serbskeho instituta 55 (Domowina-Verlag, Budysin 2012.).