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AcronymDefinition
HATCHHouston Area Teen Coalition of Homosexuals
HATCHHolistic Approach to Transformational Change
HATCHHawaii Access to Computerized Health (University of Hawaii)
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Striking a match, he explored his surroundings, finding that a little compartment had been partitioned off from the main hold, with the hatch above his head the only means of ingress or egress.
To this end he examined his prison carefully, tested the heavy planking that formed its walls, and measured the distance of the hatch above him.
Captain Oudouse must have succumbed to exhaustion, for several days later his hatch cover drifted ashore without him.
In summer temperatures, the eggs take less than one day to hatch.
Lighthouse Preschool recently completed "Phase II" of our rebuild to expand the number of classrooms and we invited Hatch to witness the ongoing impact of the classroom technology and educational supplies they donated," said Janice Fagan, director of Lighthouse Preschool.
The first device from Hatch Baby is the Smart Changing Pad, a groundbreaking redesign of the traditional diaper-changing pad that features an embedded wireless scale and monitoring technology that tracks a baby's growth.
Hatch has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.
She's actually the most talented member of the family,'' Hatch said.
Regular readers of THE NEW AMERICAN have been aware for some time that Hatch reliably supports key liberal causes (see, for instance, the profile entitled "Liberal in Conservative Garb" in our October 9,2000 issue).
The pressure from the IOC didn't seem to faze Hatch, who reiterated his belief in personal responsibility and the right of consumers to care for themselves using supplements.
Hatch saw something immense welling behind his eyes.
Hatch is survived by his second wife, Janet Hatch; a son, Steven Rodney Hatch Dillon; a twin brother, Forrest Hatch; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.