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CHRCharacter
CHRChristian
CHRChrist
CHRCafé Hôtel Restaurant (French: Cafe Hotel Restaurant)
CHRChromosome
CHRChars (FAO fish species code)
CHRChair
CHRCommission on Human Rights (United Nations)
CHRChronic
CHRCentre Hospitalier Régional (French: Regional Hospital Center; France and Belgium)
CHRContemporary Hit Radio
CHRCalgary Health Region
CHRCenter for Hospitality Research (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
CHRCentre for Human Rights (South Africa)
CHRCommunity Health Record (various locations)
CHRCharacter File
CHRConstraint Handling Rules (programming languages)
CHRCourt of Human Rights
CHRCommittee on Human Research
CHRCommunity Health Representative(s)
CHRChristian Hit Radio
CHRCenter for Human Reproduction
CHRChinook Health Region
CHRChild Health Research
CHRCache Hit Ratio
CHRCall History Record
CHRCommunity Housing Resource, Inc. (Provincetown, MA)
CHRCenter for Hydrogen Research (Washington Savannah River Company LLC)
CHRCommunication History Report
CHRCapitalsource Healthcare Reit
CHRChateauroux France (airport code)
CHRComplete Healthcare Resources (Dresher, PA)
CHRChromate Resistance
CHRCerebrohepatorenal Syndrome
CHRCommission Internationale de l'Hydrologie du Bassin du Rhin (International Commission for the Hydrology of the Rhine Basin)
CHRComité d'Histoire Régionale (French: Regional History Committee)
CHRChestnut Ridge Railway Company
CHRCooper-Harper Rating
CHRCenter for Human Radiobiology
CHRNational Center for Human Reproduction
CHRConfinement Heat Removal
CHRCursive Handwritten Recognition (Recogniform Technologies SpA)
CHRCorrelated High-Rank
CHRCumulative Hazard Rate
CHRConsumer Healthcare Retail
References in classic literature ?
Now character determines men's qualities, but it is by their actions that they are happy or the reverse.
objective , which means that he presents life and character without bias; or subjective , coloring his work with his personal tastes, feelings and impressions.
Whether the preservation of my father's house in Moscow, or the glory of the Russian arms, or the prosperity of the Petersburg and other universities, or the freedom of Poland or the greatness of Russia, or the balance of power in Europe, or a certain kind of European culture called "progress" appear to me to be good or bad, I must admit that besides these things the action of every historic character has other more general purposes inaccessible to me.
Round the central figure in the narrative other characters will be found grouped, in sharp contrast -- contrast, for the most part, in which I have endeavored to make the element of humor mainly predominant.
The author has elsewhere said that the character of Leather-Stocking is a creation, rendered probable by such auxiliaries as were necessary to produce that effect.
Our frank countrymen of the west and south have a taste for character, and like to know whether the New Englander is a substantial man, or whether the hand can pass through him.
It is SUFFICIENT for such a government that the persons administering it be appointed, either directly or indirectly, by the people; and that they hold their appointments by either of the tenures just specified; otherwise every government in the United States, as well as every other popular government that has been or can be well organized or well executed, would be degraded from the republican character. According to the constitution of every State in the Union, some or other of the officers of government are appointed indirectly only by the people.
Amelia is a character more difficult to be well represented than even Agatha.
The character of Adeimantus is deeper and graver, and the profounder objections are commonly put into his mouth.
A long list could easily be given of 'sporting plants;' by this term gardeners mean a single bud or offset, which suddenly assumes a new and sometimes very different character from that of the rest of the plant.
For, in truth, that quiet method of evolution, which she pursues undismayed to the end, requires a certain lengthiness; and the reader's reward will be in a secure sense that he has been in intercourse with no mere flighty remnants, but with typical forms, of character, firmly and fully conceived.
Thus a swarm of foolish novels and monstrous romances will be produced, either to the great impoverishing of booksellers, or to the great loss of time and depravation of morals in the reader; nay, often to the spreading of scandal and calumny, and to the prejudice of the characters of many worthy and honest people.