HIZHigh Intensity Zone
HIZHome Ignition Zone (fire safety)
HIZHigh Impact Zone (water quality)
HIZHrvatski Informatièki Zbor (Zagreb, Croatia)
HIZHome Improvement Zone (TV channel; OnDemand)
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There was a statistically significant difference between the two groups regarding the prevalence of type of disc herniation (P = 0.005), initial NrS score at 1 month (P = 0.007), and the presence of HIZ (P = 0.002).
In making impressions it is advantageous to allow the patient to manipu1ate hiz 1ipz, cheekz and tongue in p1aying, preferab1y with hiz mouthpiece in pozition.
The off-source volumetric heating may be characterized by a nondimensional parameter called the bulk heat-release number G, which is a measure of the ratio of the rate of the off-source heating Q to a characteristic flow kinetic energy flux [rho][U.sup.3.sub.b], where [rho] is density and [U.sub.b] is plume center-line velocity at [z.sub.b], representing the height of the cloud base in a natural cloud or the beginning of the HIZ in the cloud simulator.
A spokesman for the charity said: "For Guide Dogs Week we are celebrating our iconic Hi Hiz guide dog harness and asking people to Stand Out for Guide Dogs by fundraising or volunteering with Guide Dogs Scotland to help change the life of a blind or partially sighted person like Leigh."
One linguistically nimble non-Ottomanist has suggested "hishik" might derive from a Turkish word for "empty," though "hiz" is also Arabic for "shake."
A nice gig for Hiz Honor has mercifully come to an end, to the benefit of taxpayers.