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HS1Herpes Simplex 1
HS1Hematopoietic-Specific Protein 1 (immunology)
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HS1 is a strategic asset in the UK and operates the country's only high-speed rail link, including four stations and associated infrastructure.
On the third day 1 ml of chloroform was added to the lid of the plates and then the plates were inverted to expose the tested bacteria HRM1, HS1, X.
SONIMAGE HS1 uses a five level wave control algorithm to generate separate harmonic signals that cover the entire receive spectrum of the system.
"The PC2 and HS1 have a small footprint," he said, "and that is important to a lot of customers who have sites where other screens might not fit."
Higgins also goes out of his way when he talks about having connectivity between HS2 and HS1 by saying he thinks the resources would be far better spent on upgrading other areas such as North Wales...
Announcing the new services, transport minister, Norman Baker, said, 'We have devised a unique agreement to enable Southeastern and HS1 to make it easier for their passengers to get to the sales following Christmas, which will provide more services at no cost to the Government.
As well as being Eurostar's 18th birthday, November 14 also marked both the 5th anniversary of the move from Waterloo International to its new home at St Pancras International, and the opening of HS1, the UK's first high-speed rail line, in 2007.
The government also has plans to link London's Heathrow Airport to continental Europe via Britain's current high speed rail line HS1 which connects London to Paris and Brussels via the Channel Tunnel.
krusei and of HS1 region of FKS1, FKS2, and FKS3 genes for C.
But house prices in Ashford have fallen relative to house prices away from the HS1 stations.
Summary: A Canadian consortium will be allowed to operate the High Speed 1 (HS1) Channel Tunnel rail link for the next 30 years.