HIRD


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AcronymDefinition
HIRDHealthcore Integrated Research Database
HIRDHealth Insurance Responsibility Disclosure (Massachusetts)
HIRDHurd of Interfaces Representing Depth
HIRDHarassment, Intimidation, Retaliation, Discrimination (workplace safety)
HIRDHaryana Institute of Rural Development (India)
HIRDHuman Injury Research Division (US DOT)
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When Digby's training has been completed he will be given to partially-sighted Ms Hird, who lives and works in London.
He has the intelligence, the ability, and the personality." When Digby's training has been completed, he will be given to partiallysighted Ms Hird, who lives and works in London.
Mr Hird added: "There was a lot of timber inside that had to come out, worktops and so on."
Not that Hird - a one-club man who came through the age groups at Park - would have it any other way, according to club secretary and de facto first-team manager Dave Lee.
"The law on the disposal of online assets is changing fast with the latest ruling out of Germany showing the direction that lawmakers are now taking," Hird said.
In the same Championships, Sudder was runnerup in the Under 19 mixed doubles final partnered by Hird, also of Mold.
From the invisible world of meiofauna living in the sands of our beaches to a cephalopod called the 'Vampire Squid from Hell' stalking the lightless depths, Hird takes us on an astonishing journey as he follows the tides and currents from shoreline to the bone-crushing pressure of the deep sea.
There were two from Conyers School, Yarm - Catriona Livingston and Lisa Williamson and two from the Stockton Independent Award Centre, Mandy Hartley and Sarah Hird.
Hird said at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2016.
But Hird believes sentencing Preston to their TENTH failure to make it to promotion via the play-offs will give Chesterfield a Wembley final shoot-out that could keep Cook at the club.