HAES


Also found in: Dictionary.
AcronymDefinition
HAESHealth at Every Size
HAESHave an Exit Strategy (fire safety)
HAESHigh Altitude ELINT System
HAESHaitian Association of Engineers and Scientists
HAESHigh Altitude Effects Simulation
HAESHydroxy-Äthyl-Stärke (anaesthesia, German)
References in periodicals archive ?
Such models include Health at Every Size (HAES) [1,19,32, 54,127], Health in Every Respect [35], and Physical Activity at Every Size [37].
Results were analyzed by repeated measures analysis of variance (ANOVA), where sampling interval was the within-subjects factor, and group (control, autotransfusion, haes, and hemospan) was the between-subjects factor.
Os resultados obtidos indicam que a maior porcentagem de umidade foi encontrada na cultivar Edson (11,44%) e as menores em 'HAES 344' (3,12%), 'HAES 814' (2,94%), 'HAES 722' (3,4%) e 'IAC Campinas-B' (3,19%) (Tabela 1).
(21.) Sprangers MA, Groenvold M, Arraras JI, Franklin J, Te Velde A, Muller M, Franzini L, Williams A, de Haes HC, Hopwood P, Cull A, Aaronson NK.
La longitud de la inflorescencia se presento de mayor a menor para las cinco variedades asi: HAES 788, 741, 294, 344 y 800 (Cuadro 3); siendo esta ultima estadisticamente diferente en comparacion con las otras cuatro variedades.
The event takes place at the Jordan Well gallery from 10am until 3pm to promote the work of Health at Every Size (HAES), a non-profit organisation.
2007; Stephen Smith el Geraldine Haes, Noir et francais!, Panama, Paris, 2006.
Furthermore, "during the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg in September 2002, opposition emerged from delegates from developing countries against the concept of life-cycle management and in particular also against the use of LCA" mainly because of perception as technical barriers to trade (Udo de Haes, 2004, p.
Udo de Haes: A hierarchal approach to ecosystems and its implications for ecological land classification.