HCRCHuman Communication Research Centre (University of Edinburgh)
HCRCHawaii Civil Rights Commission (Department of Labor and Industrial Relations; est. 1990)
HCRCHallwood Consolidated Resources Corporation (Denver, CO)
HCRCHuman Capital Research Corporation (consultancy; Evanston, IL)
HCRCHigh Capacity Radio Concentrator
HCRCHalton Community Rehabilitation Centre (Ontario, Canada)
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A spokesman for HCRC said they welcomed the chance to "thrash out our concerns" with the developers but they maintain the development would not benefit the area.
Bard et al., "The HCRC map task corpus," Language and Speech, vol.
Where the HCRC has revenues in the small to medium range, the credit team commonly requests a personal guaranty to backstop the credit risk.
We log-transformed the PW and weight measurements collected during the HCRC trawl survey and used a general linear model (PROC GLM, SAS, vers.
Research presented by Willenbring and his Minneapolis HCRC colleagues during a recent American Psychiatric Association conference provides evidence.
The Hawaii Civil Rights Commission (HCRC) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have regulations that cover English-only rules.
In contrast, round six saw the worst kind of cycling weather resulting in just seven riders braving the wet course with the fastest HCRC rider being Karl Weatherall coming in with a time of 22-24.
After capture, horseshoe crabs were transported in an air-conditioned van to the Horseshoe Crab Research Center (HCRC) at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia.
HCRC's unique offering includes fixed-rate loans with 15-year maturities and 30-year amortization at a rate somewhat below the market.
The next fastest local rider was former HCRC club man Scott Walker (MG Decor Carbon Bike) from Burbage who closed 20-40 for 26th place while South Warwickshire's Jonathan Wears (Team Jewson) recorded 20-47 for 30th place.