HEL


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AcronymDefinition
HELHelicopter
HELHome Equity Loan
HELHigh-Energy Laser
HELHelaman (Book of Mormon)
HELHigh Energy Laser
HELHen Egg Lysozyme
HELHighly Erodible Land (USDA and National Resources and Conservation Service)
HELHeader Extension Length (ATMF)
HELHutchison Essar Ltd. (now Vodafone Essar; India)
HELHet Echte Leven (Dutch: In Real Life)
HELHardware Emulation Layer
HELMiasto Hel (Poland)
HELHarvard Education Letter (newsletter)
HELHuman Engineering Laboratory (US Army)
HELHelsinki, Finland - Helsinki (Airport Code)
HELHuman Engineering Lab (Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD)
HELHells Elite Legions (gaming)
HELHuman Embryonic Lung Cell (biology)
HELHigh Energy Laboratory
HELHighest-Expected Loss
HELHomogeneous Enhancing Lesion
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"Farewell to Finnair AY666," wrote the airline, "but remember, we still have a flight from SIN to HEL."
"The descent between Drury's Hairpin and Mountside Hairpin will now become 'Hel Drop.'.
In the future, a 50-kW class laser will be integrated into the HEL MD platform, officials said.
First, it is important to understand what a HEL is.
Mae'n siwr y bydd trigolion Taicynhaeaf yn fy niawlio am ddatgelu hyn, ond mae'n amlwg nad oes llawer ohonyn nhw'n trafferthu i fynd i hel llus ac mae'n gas gen i weld ffrwythau da yn cael eu gwastraffu!
The most intriguing middle consists of lengthy flashbacks into Hel's past in China and Japan, where he absorbed the culture of the East as a student of the game of Go and mysticism.
U20 Men: Mike Rimmer & Carl Williams (LPS), Greg Williams (St Hel S), Ben Jones (Coventry), Neil Bullock, John Mannion, Jonny Mellor & Stuart Morland.
But despite her bashfulness two years ago, Lowri was delighted when Hel Achau presenter, Elen Pencwm, arranged a surprise meeting for her at Wrexham baths with none other than Iwan Thomas.
The dominant theme in the home-equity loan (HEL) sector of the asset-backed securities (ABS) market throughout 1997 has been growth.
Hel In Norse mythology, originally the world of the dead; the term later came to mean the goddess of death.
Using that as an assumption, the amount the client could borrow as a HEL would be $45,000 [($200,000 x 80%)-$115,000].