EHIT

AcronymDefinition
EHITEmerging Health Information Technology
EHITExpert House Information Technology (Saudi Arabia)
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In Creacion y resistencia: La narrativa de Diamela Ehit, 1983-1998 (2000), Maria Ines Lagos notes that the protagonist's letter writing ought to be perceived as the defiant act of an urban mother.
Maintaining and supporting the presence of businesses like EHIT and attracting others from the healthcare sector are critical to the future economy of the City of Yonkers."
Para poner al programa en practica, se seleccionaron cinco ciudades y una escuela primaria de cada ciudad como muestras: Escuela Seyhan Dumlupinar de Adana, Escuela Cankaya Ahmet Vefik Pa a de Ankara, Escuela Merkez Barbarso Hayrettin Pa a de Erzurum, Escuela Piloto Bakirkoy ehit Muzaffer Erdonmez de Estambul, y Escuela Kar iyaka Meta de Izmir.
Sobre castas y puentes: Conversaciones con Elena Poniatowska, Rosario Ferre y Diamela Ehit. Santiago, Chile: Editorial Cuarto Propio.
An Environmental Health Impact Team (EHIT) set up to examine their claims found the sewage posed no health risk.
Studies assessing the performance of commonly used molecular docking programs (e.g., Glide, GOLD, FlexX, eHiTS, PDBbind database) indicate that these programs can perform precise protein conformation, but their scoring functions are still too inaccurate for a reliable prediction across a variety of targets (Plewczynski and Klingstrom, 2011).