HIRN

AcronymDefinition
HIRNHochschulinternes Rechnernetz (internal network of the University of Bochum Germany)
HIRNHealth Information Referral Network (Illinois)
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(25.) Wacker CM, Fidler F, Dueren C, Hirn S, Jakob PM, Ertl G, et al.
(The title refers to a piece of what one might call Nazi wit: Himmlers Hirn beisst Hydrich--Him-mler's brain is called Heydrich.)
In other two matches played in the boys under/10 years singles, Dhyan Arjun beat Hirn Rasi 21-12, 21-14 while Stefan Binu beat Mithun Dilip Kumar 21-19, 21-18 to move ahead.
UN AID MISSION/SOMALIA: Aid agencies, led by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), travelled to Maxs in Hirn Region on 28 May to assess the humanitarian situation on the ground.
"Whomever is advising the president on this issue is ignorant of the mission and history of the National Weather Service," Richard Hirn, general counsel and legislative director of the National Weather Service Employees Organization, huffed to The Washington Post.
Hirn's challenge is to get employers to realize the interns' potential--regardless of their background.
(http://tv.msnbc.com/2013/04/20/tsarnaev-boston-bombers-loved-boxing-borat-no-friend/) In a now famous photo essay series by (http://johanneshirn.photoshelter.com/search?I_DSC=tamerlan&_ACT=search) Johannes Hirn ,A Tsarnaev explained that he felt alientated in the United States and did not have "a single American friend." He also explained his strict adherence to Islam, complaining that most Americans are too undisciplined in this day and age.