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CTHChance to Hit
CTHConfederation of Tourism & Hospitality (UK)
CTHCycle Test Hours
CTHChalmers Tekniska Högskola (Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden)
CTHCyclo Tourisme Herbretais (French cycling club)
CTHContract to Hire
CTHCounty Trunk Highway (Wisconsin)
CTHClub Triumph Holland (Dutch automobile club; Netherlands)
CTHCape Town Highlanders (South Africa)
CTHCentre Technique de l'Habitat (French: Technical Centre for Housing)
CTHCertificate in Travel Health (International Society of Travel Medicine)
CTHControlled Temperature and Humidity
CTHConfederación de Trabajadores de Honduras (Spanish: Confederation of Honduran Workers)
CTHCloser to Home
CTHClub Trégorrois Handisport (French sports club)
CTHCiel, la Terre et l'Homme (French: Heaven, Earth and Man; martial arts association)
CTHCatalytic Transfer Hydrogenation
CTHCustoms Tariff Heading
CTHChurch-Turing Hypothesis (Artificial Intelligence)
CTHCentrale des Travailleurs Haitiens (French: Confederation of Haitian Workers, Haiti)
CTHConfection Textile Hôtelier (French textile manufacturer)
CTHConsolidated Transaction History
CTHCSQ to the Three-Halves
CTHChuckles to Him/Herself
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References in classic literature ?
The reports closer to home were even more disturbing.
They should have kept their energies for use closer to home. Whilst they played wits against me, against me who commanded nations, and intrigued for them, and fought for them, hundreds of years before they were born, I was countermining them.
"However, in recent years the performance of the contract has improved." A spokesperson for the CCGs said: "At a meeting today, both CCG governing bodies made a decision to extend the Care Closer to Home contract for two years until September 2022.
The new centres will mean improved facilities for patients, providing improved care closer to home and a better nurse to patient ratio.
Lynne said: "Our decision to move closer to home was to have more like-minded friends close at hand, but to also allow our children to make friends with a similar peer group."
"Now we see the fruits of the efforts as we celebrate the launch of a brand-new, truly astonishing mobile support unit that will provide various, often life-saving treatments to the people of Wales, in their local community - Closer to Home."
'The agreement will give prisoners the opportunity to serve their sentence closer to home and allows them to prepare for their reintegration into their home community when they are eventually released from prison,' said a statement issued by the British High Commission.
Closer to home is Betsy Kuhn's Not Exactly Nashville, in which Ellen and Valery spend the summer between fifth and sixth grades writing country-and-western songs and entering a talent contest sponsored by their favorite country-and-western singer.
In the meantime, families like the ones Kelly profiled will just have to keep budgeting extra time to shop, as aldermen work on bringing those businesses closer to home. Hopefully, some of their lower-income neighbors will be around to enjoy it when--and if--those stores arrive.
"Westport, like other towns also located in Fairfield County, is becoming an increasingly attractive alternative office location for executives seeking to work closer to home, especially in the financial services community."
Other outcomes are closer to home. The district will host another summit for K-12 teachers this fall.