SHMI

AcronymDefinition
SHMISlovak Hydro-Meteorological Institute
SHMISouls Harvest Ministries International (Macau)
SHMISouth Hams Marine Industries (est. 1994; UK)
SHMISecond Home Market Index
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But the models came up with con-flicting results for the 12-month period to September 2013, with SHMI recording 3,000 fewer deaths in Welsh hospitals than expected and RAMI 1,100 more.
The SHMI, which concerns figures for a year from October 2011, identified 10 NHS trusts as having "higher than expected" death rates - of these, eight are being investigated in the Keogh mortality review.
The "experimental" SHMI system is designed to provide an "early trigger to probe potential problems", according to the Department of Health.
According to the survey of SHMI 1996-97, the total number of units available in Pakistan is 427,784, out of which 62.
Skywalker began his life as a slave on Tatooine, cared for by his mother, Shmi Skywalker, and owned by a Toydarian spare-parts dealer named Watto.
Celia Imrie, best known as Miss Babs of Acorn Antiques, was made the first female fighter pilot, Bravo 5, after she lost out on the role of Darth Vader's mum, Shmi Skywalker.
The change from Anakin to Darth Vader doesn't happen until Episode III - but we do find out the reasons why, namely the death of his mother Shmi, played by Swedish actress Pernilla August.
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In Exodus 3:15 one reads: zek shmi le'olam, in the King James translation, "this is my name forever" (olam), we zeh zichri ledor dor, "this is my memorial unto all generations" (ledor dor).
When Anakin, about to leave Tatooine, expresses unhappiness at the change involved in leaving home, his mother Shmi twice tells him, "Don't look back" and counsels him, "You can't stop the change, any more than you can stop the suns from setting": those two suns of Tatooine which, in the original trilogy, represent Luke's good and bad fathers, both of whom have died by the end of Return of the Jedi as Luke himself becomes a man.
Living with his slave mother Shmi (Pernilla August), little Ani is swiftly sussed out by the warriors as a candidate for future greatness.
Shmi Skywalker: Anakin's mother, who foresees that one day she must lose her son to his larger destiny.