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HELHome Equity Loan
HELHigh-Energy Laser
HELHelaman (Book of Mormon)
HELHigh Energy Laser
HELHen Egg Lysozyme
HELHighly Erodible Land (USDA and National Resources and Conservation Service)
HELHeader Extension Length (ATMF)
HELHutchison Essar Ltd. (now Vodafone Essar; India)
HELHet Echte Leven (Dutch: In Real Life)
HELHardware Emulation Layer
HELMiasto Hel (Poland)
HELHarvard Education Letter (newsletter)
HELHuman Engineering Laboratory (US Army)
HELHelsinki, Finland - Helsinki (Airport Code)
HELHuman Engineering Lab (Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD)
HELHells Elite Legions (gaming)
HELHuman Embryonic Lung Cell (biology)
HELHigh Energy Laboratory
HELHighest-Expected Loss
HELHomogeneous Enhancing Lesion
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Not much happens in the land of the dead; Hel keeps it interesting, and her scenes hold attention.
In the future, a 50-kW class laser will be integrated into the HEL MD platform, officials said.
Whether the thermal effects of a HEL on a target induce explosion, perforation, burning, or blinding, the effects will be measurable and swift.
Dydi hel llus ar eich pen eich hun ddim hanner cymaint o hwyl.
U13 Boys: John Breeze & Sean Egan (Wirral), Jake Healy (St Hel S), Chris Hesketh (LPS), Ben Brown, Mike Bush, Phil Leggett & Daniel McNiffe.
Meanwhile, the legalization of HEL lending in Texas opens up a whole new borrower base with significant potential.
Using that as an assumption, the amount the client could borrow as a HEL would be $45,000 [($200,000 x 80%)-$115,000].
It is compact and mobile, operates on-the-move and enables tactical threats' detection capabilities which make it an ideal choice for the surveillance radar as part of emerging HEL systems.
Bu hel mwyar duon yn weithgaredd blynyddol yn ystod ein plentyndod ac yn oes yr archfarchnad ac o siopa ar-lein, dyma un ffordd fach iawn (ond ymarferol) o ymwrthod a chyfalafiaeth (os ond am y pwdin).
Os oes gormod o'r cocos yn cael eu hel, does 'na ddim digon i'r bywyd gwyllt," esbonia Greta.
Niflheimor Old Norseor Niflheimr In Norse mythology, the cold, dark, misty world of the dead, ruled by the goddess Hel.