DKH

AcronymDefinition
DKHDay Kimball Healthcare (Putnam, CT)
DKHDeutschlands kranke Horde (German gaming clan)
DKHDame Kelly Holmes (Olympic athlete)
DKHDiabetic Ketoacidosis (medical)
DKHDanske Kroer & Hoteller (Danish: Danish Inns and Hotels; Denmark)
DKHDegree Karbonate Hardness (German origin, measure for carbonate hardness alkalinity)
DKHDead Kid Harvester (band)
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The videotaped ultrasound images were later analyzed using appropriate software (FrameDIAS4, DKH, Japan) to measure the muscle elongation from 30[degrees] of plantar flexion up to DFROM.
An attempt to relate this retributive regenerative pattern of tragic heroism and the central role of the individual in its workings to the overall socio-cultural and political context of modern African societies, I might argue that DKH implicitly poses the question about the kind of leadership modern African societies should have, with a view to suggesting adequate political structures.
(4.) Johnson DKH, Schiffman EK, Davis JP, Neitzel DF, Sloan LM, Nicholson WL, et al.
'For the Phase 2 of the project, DKH sent 3 shipments of pinewood to the Port of Cebu en route to Ormoc City then Jaro, Leyte: 1st shipment arrived on Dec.
DSPR Chairperson Farah Atallah said that the delegation represents 17 leaders of the catholic and Evangelical churches in Germany in addition to the presidents of international NGOaACAOs namely DKH (Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe) and the president of CARITAS International and representatives of official media in Germany and satellite channels.
She now not only runs her own company, Double Gold Enterprises, but has also established the Dame Kelly Homes Legacy Trust (DKH Legacy Trust) and the charity celebrates its fifth birthday this summer.
minutes break Bra clo dKh Hull's next squandered opportunity came eight minutes before the break when Robbie Brady drilled a close-range drive wide of Kenny's lefthand post from Ahmed Elmohamady's inviting low cross.
ADOZEN young people from Birmingham have taken inspiration from a fantastic summer of sport as they near the finish line of Get on Track, a unique mentoring programme run by Dame Kelly Holmes' charity, the DKH Legacy Trust.
Heisei 17 danjo kyodo sanka jisho [Cabinet whitepaper for planning gender cooperation], www.gender.go.jp/whitepaper/hl7/danjyo _hp/danjyo/pdf / DKH 17H01.pdf (accessed April 12, 2012).