HSAA

AcronymDefinition
HSAAHigh School Athletic Association (Plano, TX)
HSAAHandbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics (Cambridge University Press)
HSAAHealth Sciences Association of Alberta (Canada)
HSAAHospital Service Accountability Agreement (Canada)
HSAAHenry Schein Ash Arcona (Canada)
HSAAHigh School Alumni Association
HSAAHomeland Security Appropriations Act of 2004 (US DHS and Executive Office of the President)
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H5: Bible literacy (BL) and parental religiosity (PR) will have direct effects on academic performance (HSAA).
Self-reported grades in mathematics, science, English, social studies, and foreign language were chosen as indicators of a latent variable called High School Academic Achievement (HSAA).
The ultimate dependent variable was a latent variable called High School Academic Achievement (HSAA) which was posited to underlie performance on the five subjects considered to be essential college preparatory courses described earlier.
Por estas razones, muchos estudios se han centrado en el papel de la regulacion de los niveles de glucosa en la evolucion y el desenlace de la HSAa.
A nivel cerebral, la HSAa causa un aumento del 30 al 50% en la captacion de desoxiglucosa y una disminucion en el flujo sanguineo cerebral (FSC) (21-24).Utilizando tecnicas de microdialisis que permiten lograr un recobro cercano al 100%, la concentracion de glucosa en el liquido intersticial cerebral de pacientes con HSAa puede ser de 0 a 5,5 mM y disminuye durante el curso de la enfermedad (25, 26); la concentracion basal en estas condiciones se estima entre 1 y 4 mM (25).
Otros marcadores tambien sugieren un cambio en el metabolismo de la glucosa en la HSAa. Tanto la concentracion de lactato como el cociente lactato/piruvato son indicadores confiables del metabolismo anaerobio (27, 28).
The DTSC listed Lodi's groundwater site as a hazardous waste site, which triggered California's HSAA. (657) Subsequently, DTSC began an administrative action against Lodi and other potentially responsible parties (PRPs).
The court considered whether the federal and/or state laws, specifically CERCLA and HSAA, preempted MERLO under three prongs: 1) whether there was field preemption because there were other laws that were supreme in the field of hazardous waste; 2) whether there was conflict preemption because compliance with both laws would have been physically impossible; and 3) under state law, whether MERLO was duplicative.
On the first prong, the field of hazardous waste regulation, the insurance companies argued that, even though the Ninth Circuit had previously held that CERCLA did not foreclose other hazardous waste laws, (661) the combination of CERCLA and HSAA occupied the entire field.