HASUHobart Area Supply Upgrade (Australia)
HASUHumanities Academic Skills Unit (La Trobe University; Australia)
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Steeped in ancient Japanese traditions and spices, Hasu offers a experience like no other and if you get the opportunity to eat here, you won't be disappointed.
In the first phase (assessment of feasibility, acceptability, and safety), automated and manual pupillary assessments were recorded, alongside routine neurological observations, in stroke patients considered at a high risk of END within the first 72 hours of admission to the HASU at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, United Kingdom.
The five are professors Dennis Deletant, Adrian Cioroianu, Cristian Pirvulescu and Zoe Petre, and journalist William Totok (see Ioana Hasu, "Dispute pe tema legii 'anti-legionare'--Cinci membri IICCMER cer demisia directorului Radu Preda," Radio France Internationale (1 September 2015) http://www.rfi.ro/societate-80980 -dispute-pe-tema-legii-anti-legionare-cincimembri-iiccmer-cer-demisia-directorului).
(23.) Huhtamo E, Hasu E, Uzcategui NY, Erra E, Nikkari S, Kantele A, et al.
Rawalpindi -- At least three labourers died and seven others injured due to electrocution in the Dhok Hasu area of Rawalpindi on Thursday morning.
[D181] hasu 'to anoint' (EW, 640: ha-su-ra 'Salber (?)').
(8) Sukriti Chakraborty (Hasu), a student of Kala Bhavana during 1935-41, wrote: "Chitraniva Chowdhury was a strict disciplinarian and a teacher with a heart." (9)
She also did few notable plays like 'su Ani Hasu', 'Godigulabi', 'Savita Damodar Paranjape', 'Sasu Majhi Dhnsu' and many more.
Worcestershire already has an HASU in place - at Worcester Royal Hospital.
Hasu Shrestha, M.D., the organization's vice president of medical information technology and its medical director for interoperability and imaging informatics, puts it this way: "If you look at the healthcare landscape at large, we essentially have three buckets of data: you have structured information, unstructured data, and then imaging data.
Hasu Patel, on the other hand, understands such activities to be necessary because there are essential distinctions between the work of women and men.
Hasu and Engestrom (2000) noted that the original design and translation activities for translating these artifacts may have not accounted for the interpretations of multiple actors that worked in politically and culturally charged institutions.