HFWHigh Frequency Welded (pipes)
HFWHolman Fenwick Willan (law firm; various locations)
HFWHardware Firewall
HFWHost Based Firewall
HFWHugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (celebrity chef)
HFWHigh-Frequency Word(s)
HFWHauptfeldwebel (German)
HFWHistoric Fort Worth (Texas, USA)
HFWHabitat for Wildlife (Shamokin, PA)
HFWHole Full of Water (oil exploration)
HFWHabbo Fan World (website)
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The commissioner has written a letter to all the collectors of various districts especially Koraput, Malkangiri, Rayagada and Nabarangpur districts and said, "Please let us know if there is any assistance required from HFW Department in case of heavy rainfall and flood-like situation."
paul is head of HFW's 190-lawyer global shipping practice.
As a critical element of their digital transformation journey, HFW has distributed its IT to be closer to customers and employees, which has enabled the firm to increase the overall quality of experience (QoE) for these end users.
With the arrival of Whelan, HFW now has specialist insurance teams in each of its four Middle East offices .
In a statement, HFW said association is part of "a sustained push" to bolster its work in the Middle East -- where it has been active since 2006 -- as well as in the aerospace, commodities, construction, energy and resources, insurance, and shopping groups.
Harbridgehas significant experience acting for multinational and Middle Eastern clients in a wide range of high-value and complex disputes, with particular expertise in construction arbitration and the Oman market, said HFW in a statement.
In the modern pipeline design for oil and gas transmission, the submerged-arc welded pipes are prioritized over the HFW pipes.
HFW and I remain committed to the Pro Bono initiative both and will continue to support going forward."
"We've been working with HFW to commission the same cloth used for Conor McGregor's suit and we're really excited to be able to offer the suits to our customers."
The pipe is processed by welding the edges of a plate or coil through techniques that include submerged arc welding (SAW), ERW and HFW. Pipe codes have long listed the last two processes as one, although welding engineers always treated the two as separate because they are technically far apart and seldom have anything in common, except perhaps to the untrained eye.
With half the fish caught in the North Sea thrown back dead, purely because of EU directives, it was little wonder HFW's blood had started to boil.