MHAC


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AcronymDefinition
MHACMental Health Association in California (Sacramento, CA)
MHACMediterranean Heating and Air Conditioning (Canoga Park, CA)
MHACMaytag Home Appliance Center (various locations)
MHACMicrohydranencephaly
MHACMinor Hockey Association of Calgary
MHACMental Health Association of Connecticut, Inc.
MHACMidwest Hispanic AIDS Coalition
MHACManufactured Housing Association of Canada
MHACMental Health Association of Colorado, Inc.
MHACMultifrequency High-Gain Antenna Configuration
MHACMeasham Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd (UK)
MHACMiniature Horse Association of Canada, Inc.
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Results demonstrated the MHAC interventions significantly reduced the stress level of the caregivers who attended the program (p<.001) and increased the caregiver knowledge level in 95% of the clients and perception of preparedness for caregiving in 83% of the clients.
The poet Maire Mhac an tSaoi has published a historical novelette A Bhean Og On ...
The third initiative, spearheaded through the lobbying efforts of Rosser Ward citizens, involved the setting up (under provincial legislation) of a Brandon MHAC (Manitoba Heritage Advisory Committee).
A joint report by: Latin American Research and Service Agency (LARASA) and Mental Health Association of Colorado (MHAC).
Certainly the design of the contents involves a strong representation of poetry by women, including Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill, Medbh McGuckian, Maire Mhac an tSaoi, Katie Donovan, Joan McBreen, Eilean Ni Chuilleanain, Deirdre Shanahan, Rita Ann Higgins, and Mary O'Malley, as well as a long and interesting comhra, or conversation, between Ni Dhomhnaill and McGuckian.
"That is the son of the man" Cen fear go bhfuil a mhac san ospideal?
are certainly absent here, as are also Brendan Kennelly and Eavan Boland, but figures from an earlier "establishment" appear quite generously: Gaelic poet Maire Mhac an tSaoi and novelist Francis Smart, for example), the collection effectively registers the multiplicity of voices currently to be heard on that island.
Dh'aithnich athair Dhomhnaill Bheinn na Faoghla gur e mearachd a bh' ann, ach thioghlaig e an srainnsear mar gur e a mhac fhein a bh' ann.
It could be that Sinclair was consciously aware of a role as language champion and archivist: a role that has been discussed in relation to not only MacDiarmid himself but also, for example, the Irish language poet Maire Mhac an tSaoi whose work has been seen as an 'imitation of the forms and poetic diction of earlier phases of Irish poetry' (de Paor 2006: 325), but although her language might have been archaic, her subject matter was not.
Nic Dhiarmada points out that in contrast to their male counterparts, Ni Dhomhnaill, Maire Mhac an tSaoi and Biddy Jenkinson tend not to bemoan the great "gap" separating them from their precursors who wrote in a Gaelic Ireland, and they engage directly with myth, unlike Sean O'Riordain and others who largely steered clear of the mythology that has preoccupied so many Irish poets writing in English.
"Mae gen i lot o atgofion o ddal y bws ym Mrynteg a mynd i Amlwch i bysgota pan o'n i tua 13 neu 14 hefo fy mhac a fy ngwialen a dod yn l hefo pysgodyn bach...
The report is based on research and review of good practice in response to the recommendation of a NDA statutory committee, the Mental Health Advisory Committee (MHAC).