HIMO

AcronymDefinition
HIMOHouse in Multiple Occupation
HIMOHigh Mobility
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The project's approach is to use High Intensity Labor Force (HIMO) methods for the rehabilitation of the project's rural roads.
I WOULD like to respond to Councillor David Snartt's appeal for residents to report anti-social behaviour, associated with student HiMOs.
Mutya ng Bayugan Tres 2019 Monica Amihan, Stephanie Rose Himo and Sheila Madula with the judges led by Chairman Renee Salud
"In my opinion, it would work really well as a HIMO and that fits the bill for student accommodation.
Drescher, "The dynamics of land use change and tenure systems in Sub-Saharan Africa cities; learning from Himo community protest, conflict and interest in urban planning practice in Tanzania," Habitat International, vol.
The definition of alcoholism in the law, however, is not medical, says the committee, but social, referring to social or economic consequences of either "passionate drunkenness" or "a craving for drunkenness" ("himojuoppous," from "himo" = lust, craving; and "Juoppous" = drunkenness) or chronic alcoholism.
(6.) Lovell T, Himo F, Han W-G, Noodleman L (2003) Coord Chem Rev 238-239:211-32
He would make us do things to himO I can still see, smell [and] taste it."
1765 Magigi, W., Drescher, A.W., The Dynamics of land use change and tenure systems in sub-Saharan Africa: learning from Himo community protest, conflict and interest in urban planning practice in Tanzania.
"This will free up the traditional HiMO (houses in multiple occupation) areas and help maintain Liverpool as a favourable place to study."
In Dombey and Son the son of Polly Toodle is patronized by Mr Dombey, who sends himo off to the 'Charitable Grinders' school, where the number of the son is 'one hundred and forty-seven'.