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AcronymDefinition
HaHHave A Heart (UK)
HaHHot As Hell
HaHHealthcare Association of Hawaii
HaHHospital At Home (palliative care)
HaHHonda Accord Hybrid
HaHHis All Holiness
HaHHorney as Hell
HaHMoroni, Comoros - Hahaya (Airport Code)
HaHHomework Assistance Hotline
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Anyone wanting to apply to HAH programs should visit hah-lb.org.
At the concert, Hah came to me first and said he thinks I would become a successful actor," the 34-year-old actor said, calling Hah his "teacher."
In Marques de Valdecilla University Hospital, a third level hospital with an approximate capacity of 900 beds, all episodes of patients diagnosed with UTI with hospital admission criteria according to the European Association of Urology, (7) who received S-OPAT in the HaH unit immediately after being treated in the ED during a two-year period (2015-2016) were analyzed.
Renewable energy, he stated, was a natural fit with HAH's existing construction, engineering, and building materials divisions.
The researchers found that HaH patients were older than controls and more likely to have a preacute functional impairment.
As it is evident from Figures 4 and 5, the DSC traces for both HaH isoforms were strongly dependent on the scan rate, which prompted us to analyze this nonequilibrium process based on the simplest model of irreversible thermal denaturation of proteins (1).
These replicates were sampled until 96 HAH, to count the number of live and dead larvae to determine survival:
Ferrovial holds a 25% stake in HAH , which was previously known as BAA.
HAH has said that it was "entering a sales process" that could see Southampton, Glasgow and Aberdeen airports sold, possibly to HAH's biggest shareholder, Spanish transport infrastructure company Ferrovial.
Ferrovial is currently the biggest shareholder in Heathrow Airport Holdings (HAH) with 25%.
HAH Training Solutions, the brainchild of Glyndwr University graduate Hayley Hand, leads workshops for people at all stages in their career, training them to sell themselves on paper and in interviews.
Hah! It involved an 8-hour ferry ride, a 45-minute cab ride to the other side of Rhodes to a hotel where we had to bang on the door to get in in the middle of the night, another cab ride back around Rhodes after three hours of sleep for a flight out at dawn and a long and dusty ride to Kalkan after landing in Turkey in a cab that had to be from the 1960s.