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HCHealth Care
HCHealth Canada
HCHippocampus
HCHigh-Capacity
HCHigh Court
HCHockey Canada (formerly Canadian Hockey Association)
HCHigh Capacity
HCHepatitis C (disease)
HCHealth Center
HCHoly Cross (College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts)
HCHard Cover
HCHard Core
HCHomecoming
HCHouse of Commons
HCHealth Check
HCHeadcanon
HCHydrocarbon
HCHigh Confidence
HCHistory Channel (TV)
HCHousing Corporation (various organizations)
HCHoly Crap
HCHabeas Corpus
HCHard Copy
HCHospital Corpsman (US Navy)
HCHair Cuttery
HCHydrocortisone Cream
HCHome Country
HCHunting Club (various locations)
HCHomebrew Channel (Wii applications)
HCChaplain (USAF)
HCHeart Catheterization (cardiology)
HCHost Country
HCHonors College
HCHuntingdon College (Montgomery, Alabama)
HCHoly Cow
HCHost Controller (USB device)
HCHonoris Causa
HCHot Coffee
HCHeadcount
HCHeart Chakra
HCHealthy Control
HCHealth Claims (insurance)
HCHydrogen Chloride
HCHappy Christmas
HCHumidity Control
HCHistory of the Church (Joseph Smith)
HCHead Circumference
HCHealthy Cooking
HCHybrid Computer
HCHigh Council (LDS church)
HCHospitalityClub
HCHumanitarian Coordinator
HCHead Cold
HCHuman-Centered
HCHabbo Club (chat site)
HCHigh-Speed CMOS (family of logic integrated circuits)
HCHazard Control (NIOSH)
HCHonor Code
HCHoney Comb
HCHitachi Capital (Japan)
HCHaverford College
HCHorizontal Clearance
HCHypercard
HCHome Church
HCHitman: Contracts (video game)
HCHappy Couple
HCHampshire College
HCHors Concours (French: out of the competition; a participant ineligable to win prizes)
HCHand Control
HCHulchul (Pakistan forum)
HCHousehold Component
HCHuntington's Chorea (hereditary progressive neurodegenerative disorder)
HCHwa Chong
HCHydraulic Conductivity
HCHillsdale College (Hillsdale, Michigan)
HCHigh Cube (shipping container)
HCHelicopter Combat Support Squadron
HCHague Convention
HCHope College (Holland, MI, USA)
HCHead Constable
HCHousing Credit
HCHow Cute
HCHumanitarian Community
HCHuffman Code (coding scheme)
HCHolden Caulfield
HCHope Center (various organizations)
HCHog Cholera (classical swine fever)
HCHanging Chad
HCHistorical Cost (accounting)
HCHeritage Christian (High School)
HCHoward Carter
HCHandling Capacity
HCHistorical Committee
HCHeating Coil
HCHospital Council
HCHazardous Cargo
HCHighway Contract (rural route post office addressing)
HCHigh Concentrate
HCHerding Champion (AKC)
HCHeating Contractor
HCHogwarts Castle (Harry Potter)
HCHeavy Clouds
HCHelicopter Command
HCHaley's Comet
HCHigh Containment (biological hazard laboratories)
HCHazard Category
HCHattie Carnegie (fashion designer)
HCHiwassee College (Madisonville, TN)
HCHorizontal Control Line
HCHeat Conservation (piping engineer)
HCHybrid Coordinator
HCHampton Classic (horse show)
HCHousekeeping Channel (website)
HCHead Cashier
HCHoofdconducteur (guard on Dutch train)
HCHazardous Constituent
HCHexachloroethane-Zinc (white smoke grenade)
HCHero Camp
HCHigh Coupling
HCHuman Click
HCHandicap/Handicapped
HCHand Cancel
HCHand Cannon
HCHandicapable
HCHearing Concern
HCHors d' Commerce (French: not for trade)
HCHorizontally Challenged
HCHost Comparison
HCHelicopter, Cargo (military aircraft designation)
HCHeadquarters Chaplain (US DoD)
HCHigh Charity (gaming)
HCHolland Christian High School (Michigan)
HCHemolytic Complement Activity (immunology)
HCHard Computing
HCHelena Chronicles (Star Trek internet-based fanfilm)
HCHelicopter Coordinator
HCHandoff Call
HCHairdressing Council (UK)
HCHazardous Code
HCHorizontal Cutter
HCHoffmantown Church (Albuquerque, NM)
HCHarmonic Coding
HCMicrosoft Windows Help Compiler
HCHexachlorothannol
HCHannibal Connecting Railroad
HCHyperbolic Congruence
HCHead Chainman (surveyors)
HCHendrickson Consulting (Los Alamos, NM)
HCHasp and Clasp
HCHover College (Ontario, Canada)
HCHexachlorethane Mix (US Navy)
HCHeston College (Hesston, KS)
HCHousehold Claims Screen
HCHeadway Controller
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Therefore, it may not be surprising that the majority of memory research (e.g., Motoki, 2006; Murphy et al., 2003) cited above reported no difference between electronic and hard copy presentation modes since the text passages for these studies were the same for both electronic and hard copy conditions.
Electronic document storage: The IRS has also issued guidance on maintaining books and records on electronic storage systems that either make images of hard copy or transfer computerized books and records to electronic storage media; see Rev.
A I am not aware of any requirement for sending a printed hard copy of a report after sending a fax report.
Another advantage: The CD holds considerably more information than the hard copy, including three-dimensional computer animation, video clips and great color pictures.
The list of expanded storage options available includes servers, hard copy vaulting, off-line tape and CD libraries, and reference archive equipment that captures and renders analog snapshots of selected enterprise activities as they happen.
The 444 respondents who reported that editing others was an important job function were about evenly divided between those who used hard copy markup as their primary editing method and those who used some form of e-editing.
Despite the contribution that the Internet has made towards the introduction of the 'paperless office', ACCA has urged those banking online to retain hard copy records of their account transactions.
Once authors have prepared final, revised versions of the manuscripts, they should send one hard copy and one IBM compatible high-density 1.44mb diskette.
Younger and more progressive journalists now also appreciate press releases and photo release submissions in the form of a digital photo file on disk with the hard copy, said Tapia-Merk.
These were provided in hard copy and later as digital files on computer floppy disks to students attending international training courses.
The telephone-interview survey of more than 500 households is conducted as part of Lyra's syndicated Hard Copy Industry Advisory Service (IAS).
IS departments nearly always maintain listings of reports (hard copy and/or microfiche) generated by the applications they manage.