HSAIHandbook of South American Indians
HSAIHandicapped Scuba Association International (est. 1981)
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Hsai (2008) et al., Tang (2010) et al, and Kane (2003) have shown that academic EDs report a collection rate on average of 38% with inner city ED receiving 22%.
At home Phu Le Aung Hai consults a hermit (eing hsai) in order to find the right hill and build a stupa for the Buddha's hair, as instructed.
Sometimes the results are genuinely affecting and tragic, as in the case of Sara Hsai Tung, the Irish-Tibetan activist in "Pressed Flower" who is killed in Tibet, and sometimes they are banal, like the characters in Foluke Taylor's "Power Trip," in which a tourist ends up killing a native woman by accidentally pounding her head with the heavy pendant of his necklace while having sex with her.
Hsai embellishes his account of Zhang's biography and fiction.
Po-Chia Hsai and Hartmut Lehmann (Washington, DC, and Cambridge: German Historical Institute and Cambridge University Press, 1995), 49-70.
Po-Chia Hsai, Social Discipline and the Reformation, 1550-1750 (New York: Routledge, 1992).
For this year, we selected the first High Performance Computing Software Applications Institutes (HSAI) to form a group of experts to accelerate solving DoD's highest priority challenges.
The high rate of sampling speed required in this application was achieved by using a high-speed analog input (HSAI) board, also from Bristol Babcock, that provides a minimum sampling interval of 200 microseconds.
"We don t know how she will work with us," said Hsai Maung Tin, a lower house MP for the Shan Nationalities Democratic Party.
T.T., Lee, M.R., Hsiao, S.S., Hsai, J.L., Wu, T.S., Chiang, S.T., Cai, S.Q., 2003.