HAG

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AcronymDefinition
HAGHaggai
HAGHeight above Ground (measurement)
HAGHave-A-Go
HAGHighest Adjacent Grade
HAGHardware Action Group
HAGHighest Adjacent Ground (US FEMA)
HAGHuntington Art Gallery (Texas)
HAGHazardous Activity Group (US DoD/US NSA)
HAGHousing Advocacy Group
HAGHome Access Gateway
HAGHi And Goodbye
HAGHelicopter Action Group
HAGHansen Assembly of God (Hansen, Idaho)
HAGHigh Assurance Guards (military information management assurance)
HAGHIV/AIDS and Gender
HAGHighly Academically Gifted
HAGHigh-explosive Anti-armor Grenade
HAGHorticulture Association of Ghana (trade group)
HAGHokkaido Adachi Gakuen (Japan)
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He pointed out that near Trawsfynydd there was an area of "relatively flattish land" and said: "Had he seen that through the cloud I am certain that would have given him the false confidence that he was at a good and safe height above ground level.
For each individual spider sighting, the following parameters were recorded: date, time, tree individual, tree species, species of the spider, sex, instar, height above ground using a measuring tape (to the nearest 0.1 m), microhabitat (for categories, see Fig.
The information regarding natural wind properties at height above ground relevant for cars, i.e.
The iPad indicates your height above ground, not above sea-level.
For instance, a new mandate created requires information regarding the caller's height above ground. These new mandates were designed to make E911 information available to emergency responders in a useful, accurate, and timely manner."
The building's total built-up area is 24,375 square metres and the total building height above ground level is 72.5 metres.
Weibull distribution of wind velocity variations and estimated parameters k and a at 65 m height above ground level in Klaipeda region (Giruliai): 1-experimental data; 2-approximation by Weibull distribution function
Collar type, habitat type and height above ground were unknown to the telemetry operator.
temperature gradient at a height z = 1 m, z - height above ground.
He built the well back up to its original height above ground level using the same red brick.
No board can exceed 4.6 metres in height above ground level, except in cases of a flat/office at first floor level or above, andmust not project from the building by more than 1 metre.