HHP


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HHPHand Held Products (Barcode Reader Manufacturer, Charlotte, NC)
HHPDepartment of Health and Human Performance (formerly the Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Safety; Middle Tennessee State University; Murfreesboro, TN)
HHPHome Health Products (Germany)
HHPHealthy Heart Program (various organizations)
HHPHalf Hardy Perennial (plant classification)
HHPHospital Preparedness Program (various locations)
HHPHilton Head Preparatory (Hilton Head Island, SC)
HHPHtml Help Project
HHPHandheld Products
HHPHolistic Health Practitioner
HHPHelping Hand Program (National Autism Association)
HHPHigh Hydrostatic Pressure
HHPHonolulu Heart Program
HHPHip Hop Project
HHPHydraulic Horsepower
HHPHo-Ho-Phobia (Christmas)
HHPHand-Held Phone (cellular telephone instrument)
HHPHometown Health Providers
HHPHigh Hazard Process
HHPHemihyperplasia
HHPHubble Heritage Project
HHPhousehold Path
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As at June 30, 2019, most of Trican's 2,250 HHP hydraulic fracturing pumps have been sold.
The Toktogul HHP rehabilitation phase 2 and 3 will be finished by 2023 end, deputy chairman of the state committee for industry Aitmamat Kadyrbayev said.
HHP causes depolymerization of the spindle microtubules in the fish eggs what impairs chromosome movement and disturbs meiotic and mitotic divisions.
The thermal inactivation of GOx was slowed by HHP treatments at 58.6 C to 80.0 C.
A repeated measures design was used to compare the characteristics of the P-t curves of the HPC, JS, and HHP performed at several relative loads.
In this study, we aimed to examine the effects of HHP processing on bacterial reduction and histological changes in raw beef liver.
Globally, frac capacity is expected to increase by 11.8 MM HHP (+48 percent) between 2013 and 2018 (year-end capacity), with markets outside North America accounting for 75 percent of that growth.
The Kuakini HHP started in 1965 with 8,006 American men of Japanese ancestry born between the years 1900 and 1919.
Speaking during the aACAyMovement of Horses' session, Dr Susanne Munstermann, Chargee de Mission of the OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health) championed the HHP -- high health, high performance horse -- proposal which is aimed at easing global equine movement.
He composed this, his sixty-second letter to wife Mary, on a box of dry goods that doubled as the crew's dinner table and slept that night on a lump of straw (Horace to Mary 1818, May 19, HHP).
The addition of these products to HHP's extensive catalogue of diesel engine components has helped them expand their coverage of CAT applications and better serve the needs of the heavy highway industry.