HAAI

AcronymDefinition
HAAIHet Allemaal Anders Instituut (The Netherlands)
HAAIHungarian Association of Agricultural Informatics (est. 1997)
HAAIHearing Association Auckland Incorporated (Palmerston North, New Zealand)
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In her role, de Haai will be responsible for directing fixed-income research activities and will contribute to the company's overall investment strategy process.
Growing up in a remote Australian mining town, HAAi has always had music in her life.
Warwickshire have an outstanding back-row of Ryan Wells (Leicester Tigers), Damion Haai (Stratford) and No 8 Wilf Barclay (Rugby Lions) plus two speedy wingers in Chris Murphy (Leamington) and Sam Montague (Barkers' Butts).
Phyllis De Haai Sunshine Food Markets Sioux Falls, S.D.
And like Estragon in Godot, Lena lacks a sense of the chronology of their lives: "Haai! Was it this morning?" (146).
Underdog / 0161 236 4899 / Today, 10pm-4am / PS5/PS7/PS9 Clubbing / Zutekh's excellent 'All Night Long' series continues with a headline set from Teneil Throssell, aka HAAI, the Australian former psych-rocker turned rapidly ascending DJ and producer.
Headway has DVS1 at The Reading Rooms in Dundee on Friday with All Good bringing Haai over from Australia on Saturday.
Tonight at PYG London based HAAi (sic) makes her debut at the South William Street venue.
Warwickshire: from Bond (Rugby), Montague (Barkers Butts), Douglas (Rugby), Clarke (Cheltenham & Earlsdon), Hudman (Broadstreet), Murphy (Leamington), Hughes (Broadst), Brain (Stratford), Burdett (Nuneaton Old Eds), Lee (B Butts), Mills (Nuneaton), Wright (Unatt), Todd (Rugby), Robins (B Butts), Rimmer (Earlsdon), Kirk (B Butts), Tatlow (Broadst), Cleary (Leam), Roberts (Nun), Spalding (Sutton C), Haai (Strat), Wells (Leicester & Nun), Derbyshire (Leam), Barclay (Rugby), Simpson (Nun).
Three more Warwickshire players - Mark Todd, Ryan Wells and Damion Haai - have been named as replacementsNorth Midlands pair James Metcalfe and Sam McDonald played prominent roles in England Under-18s' 21-3 win over Romania in their opening match of the AER Championships in St Quentin, France.