EHCA

AcronymDefinition
EHCAErie Homes for Children and Adults (Erie, PA)
EHCAEuropean Hobie Class Association (Flensburg, Germany)
EHCAEnvironmentally Hazardous Chemicals Act (Australia)
EHCAExeter Health Care Arts (England, UK)
EHCAEagle Heights Christian Academy (Pearland, TX)
EHCAEucapneic Hyperventilation of Cold Air
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Perhaps EHCC and EHCA can raise sustainability consciousness within IT disciplines effectively--should these terms achieve traction.
"We are certainly proud of Barb and honored that she chose to build her career at EHCA," said Smith-Rich.
The mission of EHCA is to assist people with disabilities to live rich and fulfilling lives by providing quality, comprehensive and accessible residential and community-based services for children and adults with developmental disabilities throughout four counties: Erie, Crawford, Venango, and Potter.
EHCA Secretary General Zahi Hawas said one of the tombs belonged to Iya-Maat, who supervised the construction mission of King Unas, the last ruler of the 5th Dynasty.
Since the passage of amendments to EHCA renaming it to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) in 1990, schools have taken increased responsibility for providing educational programs for students with disabilities in the general education setting as much as possible.
EHCA officials presented maps and underwater photos taken at the site of the ruins of the Timonium, the palace where Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt and Caesar Marcus Antonius courted one another for three years from 32BC to 30BC before both committed suicide after the fall of their kingdom at the hands of Octavian, the conquering Roman warrior.
The EHCA also claims to have discovered the underwater ruins of the royal quarter of Cleopatra VII and the Portus Magnus, the main harbour used by the Ptolemaics who ruled Egypt from 304 BC to 30 BC.
Recent judicial developments affecting the EHCA's related services mandate.
Finally, a delegation went to meet the chief executive of the European Chemicals Agency (EHCA), Geert Dancet, in Helsinki and received confirmation that downstream users (including metal finishers) would be represented on the Director Contact Group (the main interface between industry and ECHA) and that substances already in the supply chain but not fully registered could still be supplied after the deadline date of 30 November 2011, thus avoiding any immediate supply chain issues.
Industry groups she's involved in include the FMI Leadership Institute -- Future Connect, EHCA (Employer Health Care Alliance) in Cincinnati, the National Business Group on Health, the Anthem Client Advisory Group, and the National Leadership Group on Consumer Directed Health Plans.
HUNDREDS OF FRAGMENTS of Egyptian monuments and other precious artifacts excavated from the Sinai peninsula during the period of Israeli occupation in the late 1960s and the 70s, have been restored to the Egyptian Higher Council for Antiquities (EHCA) over the last three years.
The main reason, according to Abdel-Halim Nour El Din, Secretary General of the EHCA, is that there is no complete survey of all the areas that have unearthed monuments.