HASA


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HASAHitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc.
HASAHitachi Amateur Sports Association (Japan)
HASAHawaii Amateur Surfing Association
HASAHighly Accelerated Stress Audit
HASAHenneth Annun Story Archive (moderated Lord of the Rings fanfiction)
HASAHearing & Speech Agency
HASAHillsborough Association of School Administrators (Florida, USA)
HASAHigh Altitude SIGINT Architecture
HASAHopkins Association for Stroke Awareness (Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
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Contract works will begin in June 2019 and span 28 months, with the project expected to increase and sustain Bu Hasa's production plateau output to 650,000 barrels per day October 2021.
Concurrent with the transaction, Hasa has assumed and will manage all former Abcana sales relationships.
The new facility will represent the seventh location within the Hasa footprint, expanding the company's geographic reach and providing improved service levels for its customers.
Sheikha Hasa bint Mohammed bin Hamad Al Nahyan, 13, said she realised that the military life is totally different from the civilian life and that she learnt how to adapt to different situations.
The sellers' representatives requested the chair for justice as every seller is buyer and every seller hasa family to feed.
The Saudi Health Ministry has said that the nurses would be appointed specially in the hospitals at Jeddah, Makkah, Madina, Hayil, Qassim, Hasa, Asir and southern province of Saudi Arabia.
The basketballers-on-wheelchairs competitions saw the active participation of Al Hasa Club for persons with special needs.
Hasa Stream, which divides Kirkuk, flowed a long time later, caused huge joy among children.
Fatos Hasa, who at the time of the offences was the owner of city cocktail bar Lab 22, was described by the judge as a "greedy man".
Fatos Hasa, who at the time of the offences was the owner of city cocktail bar Lab 22, was described by the sentencing judge as a "greedy man" whose illegal trade "caused misery".
Speaking at the Hospital Association of South Africa (HASA) conference on 21 September this year, Prof.