HSZHigh Security Zones
HSZHydrate Stability Zone (geology)
HSZHeeressportzentrum (Austria)
HSZHrvatski Savez Zadruga (Croatian: Croatian Association of Cooperatives)
HSZHellenic Subduction Zone (geology)
HSZHigh Signal Zones (neurology)
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Property Restitution: The military seized significant amounts of land during the war to create security buffer zones around military bases and other high value targets, known as high security zones (HSZs).
The Zone where maximum decline in pregnancy rate was observed with per unit rise in monthly average THI value was identified as the CHSZ within the HSZ.
LONDON, Apr 12, 2015 - (ACN Newswire) - "Family offices must be mindful of developments in Europe, and make sure to diversify into different geographies and asset classes that can still provide true diversification," advises Stefan Krauchi, Chief Executive Officer, HSZ (Hong Kong) Limited.
Three points were selected along the X-axis, in the HSZ, LSZ, and FFZ.
After the end of hostilities between government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) on 18 May 2009, the government announced it would "release" areas in the HSZs, often comprising whole villages, in 2010 to facilitate the resettlement of more than 400,000 displaced people.
We did find a marginally significant difference in distance (p>0.09) and in duration (p>0.10) between the HSP and the HSZ group using t-tests to make paired comparisons.
Pressure in that new layer of free gas would build, forcing the gas to shoot up through the HSZ to the surface through existing veins and new fractures in the sediment.
Aiming at oxidizing VOC adsorbed on zeolite, a preliminary study clarified the reactivity of ozone on two HSZ, a de-aluminated faujasite Y (Fau Y) and a silicalite (Sil Z).
Heparan sulfate (HS) proteoglycans are abundantly expressed in a surface zone (HSZ) of chondrocytes of both developing and mature cartilage.
(ii) the explanatory variables such as LHO, AST, HSZ, EDU, DEP, PAR, FMR, and AGE as defined above; and
The places, where they lived once today, falls under the High Security Zone, (HSZ), and as such to send IDPs back is a decision that can be taken at a high level.