FHHFamilial Hypocalciuric Hypercalcemia (aka Familial Benign Hypercalcemia)
FHHFondation de la Haute Horlogerie (French; Swiss watch foundation)
FHHFemale-Headed Household
FHHFederal Hill House (Providence, RI)
FHHFranz Hitze Haus (German: Franz Hitze House; Catholic academy)
FHHFreie Hansestadt Hamburg (German)
FHHFetal Heart Heard
FHHFirehouse Hose
FHHFinancial Health Hazard
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Fine Hygienic Holding(FHH), a Fast-Moving Consumer Goods(FMCG) company operating in the Middle East and Africa,has selectedOracle Cloud Applications to enhance operational efficiency, drive innovation and deliver exceptional employee engagement.
FHH project director Ajmal Khan said in a statement on Wednesday that a team of doctors had visited the site three months ago to assess whether the wards and doctors colony could be accommodated there during the three-year construction work on the new building of Liaquat Memorial Hospital.
Fifty percent (50%) of the respondents were from male-headed households and 20% of the households were headed by women (FHH).
FHH is a rare autosomal dominant disorder, characterized by lifelong, usually asymptomatic hypercalcemia.
Insurance commissioner, Gordon Ito, is to take possession and control of FHH's assets as its liquidator.
The new entity, to be known as FHH Fondshaus Hamburg Immobilien (FHHI), will begin its activities in the fourth quarter of the year.
At the same time, the surface fractal dimensions of OS/SC particles by FHH model calculation were obtained.
"Buy with your conscience, not with your wallet," urged Omar Chaoui, the Middle East head of Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH), a group that represents top Swiss watchmakers.
Early-life stress variables from the 'childhood' module were included, as follows: parental death before age 17, parental divorce before age 17, separation from parent(s) before age 17, male head of the household (MHH) mostly unemployed in childhood (excluding MHHs who stayed at home to raise children), and female head of the household (FHH) mostly unemployed in childhood (excluding FHHs who stayed at home to raise children or stayed at home because their partners did not want them to work).
Paul Smart, managing director of FHH, said: "Our contract with Bardon Aggregates represents the most significant aggregates contract for FHH to date.
HLB is a universal bank and the municipal bank of Hamburg, jointly controlled by Freie Hansestadt Hamburg (FHH) and the LB Kiel, who each hold 50% of its capital.
In 1972 the proportion of farm households (FHH) which reported the ownership of tubewells in Pakistan was 3.2 percent.