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FHLFamily History Library (LDS Church)
FHLFilipinas Heritage Library (Philippines)
FHLFédération des Hôpitaux Luxembourgeois (French: Luxembourg Hospitals Federation)
FHLFort Hunter Liggett (US Army)
FHLFiskeri-og Havbruksnæringens Landsforening (Norwegian: Norwegian Seafood Federation)
FHLFriends of the High Line (New York)
FHLFederal Home Loan Bank
FHLFlexor Hallucis Longus
FHLFantasy Hockey League
FHLFaith, Hope, Love
FHLFriday Harbor Laboratories (Washington)
FHLFront Helvétique de Libièration (French: Swiss Liberation Front)
FHLFeline Hepatic Lipidosis (cat disease)
FHLFerret Health List
FHLFournitures Hôtelières Limousines (French: Hotel Limousine Supplies)
FHLFlax Hull Lignan (food supplement)
FHLFlorida Handball League (est. 2009)
FHLFront Head Lock (wrestling maneuver)
FHLFamilial Hemophagocytic Lymphohistocytosis
FHLFamily Health Leave
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Other veligers were obtained from molluscs in or near the Salish Sea and maintained at the FHL. Egg capsules of Fusitriton oregonensis (Redfield, 1846) were laid in aquaria.
FHL is an emerging field within the area of health promotion (2), defined as the ability to retrieve, process and understand basic information and services in order to make appropriate decisions about health and health care (3).
"We would like to inform that Yes Bank has sold 1,23,37,323 equity shares having nominal value of Rs 10 each, constituting 2.13 percent of the paid-up share capital of FHL," the lender said in a regulatory filing.
Over the last 12 yr the most northern FHL population had an average extreme low of -7.7[degrees]C, while the central CA locations SC and BB had values of -2[degrees]C and 0.5[degrees]C respectively, while locations near the southern CA populations of CAT and SD had average extreme lows of 4.7[degrees]C and 3.6[degrees]C respectively (data from NOAA at www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cdo-web/).
In fact, it was observed that child and adolescent fin swimmers often suffer from tendon damage of the long big toe flexor (musculus flexor hallucis longus; FHL) (Sereni et al., 1981).
THURSDAY, April 26, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- For patients undergoing day surgery, inadequate functional health literacy (FHL) is associated with poorer postoperative recovery and lower health-related quality of life, according to a study published online April 25 in JAMA Surgery.
His works include Pegasus in the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum's collection; Computersphere, outside the Government Center Post Office on New Chardon Street, one of the first sculptures whose design and fabrication were computer-aided; and a statue of Fitz Henry Lane in Gloucester (see FHL in Row D).
(FGI), which is a wholly owned subsidiary of a US company, Synergies Corporation, which is a subsidiary of Honk Kong-based Firestar Holdings Limited (FHL) that is ultimately owned by Firestar International Limited (FIL), an Indian corporation whose majority shareholder is Nirav Modi.
The cultivars of XH6 and CYL are rich in acidity, and the acidity content of FHL is the lowest.
Although usually asymptomatic, this accessory ossicle sometimes becomes troublesome, causing painful plantar callosities [6, 7], inflammation of the ossicle [8], inflammation of the flexor hallucis longus (FHL) tendon [9], or irreducible interphalangeal joint dislocation due to its interposition [10,11].
Orensanz and Gallucci (1988) documented the early life history of Cancer productus at Friday Harbor Laboratories (FHL) and at Garrison Bay, both on San Juan Island, WA.