HAGR

AcronymDefinition
HAGRHuman Ageing Genomic Resources (est. 2002; various locations)
HAGRHamilton Grange National Memorial (US National Park Service)
HAGRHigh-Gain Advanced GPS (Global Positioning System) Receiver (NAVSYS Corporation)
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Humaid Mohammad Obaid Al Qutami, chairman of the Board and director-general of Dubai Health Authority (DHA), was present during the opening of the three-day conference yesterday, along with senior health officials in the GCC and Prof Abdul Rahman Hagr, president of the ACIC.
Essays include Coptic ostraca from the Hagr Edfu, Macedonius (the first bishop of Philae), the beginnings of Christianity in Nubia, veneration of saints, the church at Dayr Anba Hadra, monastic life in Makuria, preserved objects, a three-dimensional digital reconstruction of a significant church, and the conservation of the mural paintings at St.
Colonel Osama further said that a large number of weapons and landmines at a Hay Hagr al-Nar district located in the western side of Kadugli that the SPLA was planning to plant in different parts of the city.
Ond nid yr hen ddelwedd hagr draddodiadol o wrach a geir yma - yn hytrach mae'n ferch drawiadol, rywiol gyda'r dill ad beiddgar yn troi pennau'r dynion i gyd wrth iddi symud i fyw i hen dyddyn ger Dolgellau.
The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) are a collection of online databases and tools designed to assist basic research on ageing.
They were joined by Professor Dr Abdulrahman Hagr, President of Saudi ORL Society and professor at King Saud University in Saudi Arabia, as well as Professor Ahmad Sameh Farid, General Secretary of the Arab Federation of Otorhinolaryngology Societies (FOS) and former Egyptian Minister of Health.
Abdul Rahman Hagr, head of the Saudi Society for Auditory Impairments.