HRS

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HRSHours
HRSHeart Rhythm Society
HRSHealth and Retirement Study
HRSHawaii Revised Statutes
HRSHouse Rabbit Society
HRSHotel Reservation Service, Ltd
HRSHirose (electronics; various locations)
HRSHazard(ous) Ranking System
HRSHarris Corp (stock symbol)
HRSHospital Rehabilitation Services (various organizations)
HRSHamilton Depression Rating Scale (pscyhology)
HRSHealth and Retirement Survey
HRSHotel Reservation System (software)
HRSHuman Resources Services
HRSHistorical Records Survey (Works Progress Administration)
HRSHoly Redeemer School (various locations)
HRSHealth Record Services (various organizations)
HRSHrvatski Radioamaterski Savez (Croatian: Croatian Amateur Radio Association)
HRSHigh-Risk Strategy (various organizations)
HRSHistoric Resource Study (various locations)
HRSHigh Resolution System
HRSHydrogen Refueling Station (various organizations)
HRSHuman Resources Specialist
HRSHepatorenal Syndrome
HRSHealth Research System
HRSHot Rolled Steel
HRSHuman Rights Society (various locations)
HRSHallucinogen Rating Scale (psychometric assessment)
HRSHaw River Syndrome (neurodegenerative disease)
HRSHigh-Resolution Spectrograph
HRSHuman Resource Strategies
HRSHousehold Responsibility System (China)
HRSHealth & Rehabilitative Services (State of Florida)
HRSHeat Rejection System
HRSHuman Rights Scholarship
HRSHrvatski Rukometni Savez (Croatian Handball Federation)
HRSHigh-Resistivity Silicon
HRSHankyu Railway Service (Osaka, Japan)
HRSHousing Referral Service
HRSHot Runner Systems NA Inc. (Windsor, Ontario, Canada)
HRSHair Replacement System
HRSHot Record Society (record label)
HRSHrvatski Ronilacki Savez (Croatian Scuba Diving Federation)
HRSHuman Resources Society (Medical Group Management Association)
HRSHigh Resolution Separator (CERN)
HRSHTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) Request Smuggling (computing)
HRSHazardous Ranking Score
HRSHigh Road School
HRSHydrant Refuelling System
HRSHarrisonburg Rescue Squad (Harrisonburg, Virginia)
HRSHorizon Reference Set
HRSHigh Rate Switch
HRSHeading Reference Set
HRSHovering Rocket System
HRSHybrid Routing and Scheduling
HRSHigh Resolution Scenarios
HRSHrvatskog Ragbijaškog Saveza (Croatian Rugby Union)
HRSHachioji Rugby School (Japan)
HRSHierarchical Resource Sharing
HRSHeater Regeneration System
HRSHouse Rent Subsidy
HRSHospital Readership Survey
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- Investment, new Electrification Innovation Center and Hirose Plant will shape the future of mobility -
Demand for the elaborate, elegant centrepiece of the Japanese wardrobe may be in decline, but a handful of artisans and entrepreneurs like Hirose, 39, are trying to revive it.
At a century-old workshop in a quiet Tokyo neighbourhood, craftsman Yuichi Hirose brushes dye across meticulously hand-cut stencils laid on fabric, using a traditional technique to produce contemporary kimono patterns.
Among them is Iwao Hirose (2001, 2004: 68-70 and 2015: 161-67) (1) who put forward a non-aggregative argument for saving the greater number as a variant of Frances Kamm's "Aggregation Argument" (1993: 85-87).
Pointe Claire, Canada, May 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components founded in 1968 by Robert Miller with corporate headquarters in Montreal, has announced immediate shipping availability of DF59/DF59M Series low-profile board-to-board and wire-to-board connectors from Hirose.
Hirose (Simi Valley, CA) has introduced the DF63W Series, a wire-to-wire power connector capable of delivering up to 14 A.
MORI ART MUSEUM * September 20, 2014--January 4, 2015 * Curated by Kataoka Marni with Hirose Mami Known for creating participatory installations that explore issues of trust and intimacy through everyday gestures such as eating and sleeping, Taiwanese-born, New York-based artist Lee Mingwei is one of the undersung heroes of relational art.
Hirose (Simi Valley, CA) has developed a water resistant in-line connector series with a simplified, slim design and smooth contour for connecting inside small spaces.
In an interview with Bloomberg over the weekend, Naomi Hirose, TEPCO President, said the company will borrow 2 trillion yen in fresh loans from lenders and spend it on strategic investments through partnerships.
Of the planned investments, the utility known as Tepco plans to borrow AN2tn in fresh loans from lenders, President Naomi Hirose, 60, said in an interview in Tokyo yesterday.
6 units, as of January 31, TEPCO President Naomi Hirose said in a press release.