SAHC


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AcronymDefinition
SAHCSouth African High Commission (diplomatic mission)
SAHCSteepest Ascent Hill-Climbing (clustering algorithm)
SAHCSouth Australian Health Commission
SAHCSouth Asian Heart Center (El Camino Hospital; Mountain View, CA)
SAHCSouth Antrim Hockey Club (Ireland)
SAHCSchool of Arts, Histories and Cultures (University of Manchester; Manchester, England, UK)
SAHCSociété d'Angioédème Héréditaire du Canada
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Dr Mahathir urged SAHC graduates to counter the idea that a Malaysian would 'become an Englishman' if they know and speak English well.
A conservation easement granted jointly to the State of North Carolina and SAHC established a 300-foot-wide riparian corridor, which extended from either side of the middle of Crawford Creek and included 16.5 feet over the bank on either side.
Investigations of historical structures--a study of rational and irrational forces, in The Conference of Structural Analysis of Historic Constructions (SAHC 2006), 2006, New Delhi, India, 1487-1494.
Appellee filed an action in the SAHC to have the award set aside.
South Australian Health Commission (1995), Casemix: A Hospital Service Improvement Strategy: 1995-96, Adelaide, SAHC.
SAHC, based at Gainsborough in Lincolnshire, manufactures and sells a range of pet products including flea treatments, dog leads and collars, animal bedding, cat litter and fish food under brands such as King British and Canac.
The new names include Malaysia's first Malay chartered accountant Tan Sri Hanafiah Hussain, a 1947 SAHC graduate who was also Umno treasurer from 1965 to 1970.
But she is expected to tackle the issue head-on today at the annual SAHC conference in Erskine, Renfrewshire.
The SAHC insisted the checks had been planned for months and were not a response to recent reports of crisis in the NHS.
Speaking at his alma mater Sultan Abdul Hamid College's (SAHC) annual dinner, Dr Mahathir said the focus on religion has caused students ill-equipped to get jobs.