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DHDesignated Hitter (baseball)
DHDepartment of Health (UK)
DHDurham (postcode, United Kingdom)
DHDownhill
DHDie Hard (Sears battery; also movie)
DHDeathly Hallows (Harry Potter book)
DHDiffie-Hellman (public key encryption algorithm)
DHDesperate Housewives (TV show)
DHDistrict Heating
DHDirty Harry (movie)
DHDental Hygiene
DHDeHavilland (British aircraft manufacturer)
DHDouble-Header
DHData Handling
DHDeccan Herald (Bangalore, India newspaper)
DHDermatitis Herpetiformis (skin disease)
DHDigital Holography
DHDeborah Harry (musician)
DHDon't Hate
DHDas Heisst (German: That Is)
DHDreamhack (computer LAN-party, Sweden)
DHDoor Hold
DHDirect Hit (search engine)
DHDennis Hopper (actor)
DHDear Husband
DHDental Hygienist
DHHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
DHDrunk Husband
DHDeadhead
DHDrug History (medical records)
DHDirect Hire
DHDining Hall
DHDog House (Northeastern University hockey cheering section)
DHDisc Height
DHDaiwa House (Japan)
DHDiamond Head (band)
DHDemon Hunter (gaming)
DHDecision Height
DHDemon Hunter (band)
DHDeer Hunter
DHDarkest Hour (band)
DHMoroccan Dirham (unit of currency)
DHDarling Husband
DHDearborn Heights (Michigan)
DHDelayed Hypersensitivity
DHDrill Hole (surveying; mining)
DHDoing Homework
DHIndependence Air (IATA Code)
DHDefense Held (gaming)
DHDocument History (Army)
DHDutch Harbor (Alaska)
DHDouble-Heterostructure
DHDennis Hoffman (heavy metal guitarist)
DHDomestic Helper
DHDunderHead
DHDung Heap
DHDocumentary Hypothesis (religious studies)
DHDirection des Hôpitaux
DHDeutsche Härte (German Hardness, degrees of water hardness)
DHDirectorate for Human Intelligence (US DoD; Defense Intelligence Agency)
DHDouble Haploid
DHDark Heresy (game)
DHUnited Arab Emirates Dirham (national currency)
DHDegrees of Hardness (water)
DHDamn Husband
DHDaniel Handler (author)
DHDumb Husband
DHDisaster Housing (FEMA)
DHDecay Heat
DHDeath Due to Hostilities (US DoD)
DHDynamite Hack (band)
DHDoherty Hall (Carnegie Mellon University)
DHDeployed Husband
DHDistribution Host
DHDenver Harbor (band)
DHDisk Handler
DHDecoherent Histories
DHDelaware and Hudson Railway Company
DHDenver Hayes (Canadian clothing brand)
DHDynamic Hohlraum
DHDubai Holding LLC
DHDangerous Highwall (ground condition)
DHDelay Histogram
DHDivide Halfword (IBM)
DHDevelopmental Handbook
DHDrawn Hentain (comics)
DHDensely Homogeneous (mathematics)
DHDegradation-Handoff (algorithm)
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Give them as much say so as possible, but help them to be realistic (doing homework 15 minutes before bedtime in front of the TV probably won't work).
A mother of a grade eight student in Dubai said her daughter is up until 11.30pm doing homework after coming home from school at 2pm.
If you are early in your career or even if you are a seasoned clinician, you are likely to still be doing homework. And you probably find it stressful.
Not all students go home to an environment that's conducive to doing homework, and not all children get help from family, says Beth Nelson, director of teaching and learning and technology at Norfolk Public Schools in Nebraska.
'Today, fathers unashamedly play pool with class four boys when the young boys should be doing homework yet we question them for failing in school."
Whether one is just doing homework or is out on a trip, they can go live with a friend with Instagram's new rollout feature.
Hours a day sitting on desks or computer monitor and more hours doing homework can cause a body to tense up.
Over 20 judoka from clubs across the Northeast attended the event where he gave tips and advice on improving technique and also gave away a few of his secrets on how he prepared for contests and doing homework on his opponents.
Cradling her, I took her to the farmhouse where the kids sat in pyjamas doing homework, oblivious to the drama.
doing homework or catching up on your day," Instagram said in a statement.
In flipped learning, explains Swart, students watch and listen to his lectures and read the accompanying notes online--at their leisure, when they would traditionally be doing homework. Then when they come to class, he sets them problems to work on in groups, that is doing what would be traditional homework but in interaction with other students and help from the instructor.
With the help from his best friend Mikey, Bunsen will learn how to accomplish human world tasks, such as doing homework and riding the bus.