HEINS

AcronymDefinition
HEINSHigher Education Institution
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"Hein!" ejaculated--or, rather, growled--the Baron as he turned towards me in angry surprise.
"Hein!" the Baron vociferated again, with a redoubled growl and a note of growing wrath in his voice.
"HEIN!" said D'Artagnan, "can she have charged you to tell me so?"
Was that the kind of climate and country to suit HIM, whose seat had been a throne, and who had lived with his feet in the stirrups; hein? They say that he used to work in the garden.
"Hein?" said Bixiou, when they were safely under the arcades in the place Royale; "did you examine those uncles?--two copies of Shylock.
In this study, such issues are addressed by focusing on the context of HEINS. HEINS in general, and particularly universities, have been playing an important role in transforming societies through the educational and professional preparation of leaders, decision-makers, entrepreneurs, and scholars who operate at, study, and interpret organizations.
The award to Bill Hein, 71, for pain and suffering, disfigurement, loss of normal life, emotional distress, loss of consortium and reasonable expense of necessary medical care is believed to be the largest amount ever in the county for this type of malpractice case, according to his attorney.
Daughter Clara Heins (played by Eva Nrnberg) is moving out of her parents house and into a shared apartment.
"The tournament is held every year in our town," says Ray Heins, owner of the store in Port Austin, Michigan.
Heins was supposed to land a payday worth nearly 56 million dollars in the event that he was fired following the sale of BlackBerry, as per the new employment contract struck in April.
It was under Mr Heins' leadership that BlackBerry came out with new smartphones that didn't sell, causing the company to write off almost $1 billion in inventory of unsold phones.
Tablets themselves are not a good business model," Heins said in a recent interview reported by Engage.com.