SHR

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AcronymDefinition
SHRShore
SHRShreveport (Amtrak station code; Shreveport, LA)
SHRSouth Hampton Roads (Virginia)
SHRStewart-Haas Racing (automobile racing team)
SHRSpontaneously Hypertensive Rat
SHRSaskatoon Health Region (Saskatoon, SK, Canada)
SHRShift Right
SHRSuper High Resolution Graphics
SHRScottish Housing Regulator (UK)
SHRSilverHorse Racing (Melbourne, FL)
SHRStaff Human Resources
SHRSchool House Rock (TV shorts)
SHRSensible Heat Ratio
SHRSolder Heat Resistance
SHRSupplementary Homicide Report
SHRStudent Health Record (various organizations)
SHRShift Logical Right
SHRSenior Home Repair (California)
SHRSteroid Hormone Receptor
SHRSelf-Healing Ring
SHRSchool Health Record
SHRSierra High Route (Sierra Nevada trail, California)
SHRSuper Heterodyne Receiver
SHRSanoma Hearst Romania (media company; est. 1999)
SHRSveriges Herpetologiska Riksförening (Sweden)
SHRSheridan, WY, USA - Sheridan County Airport (Airport Code)
SHRSand Hill Road (Menlo Park, CA)
SHRSimpsons Hit and Run (video game)
SHRSlaughterhouse Rootz (band)
SHRSouth Hunterdon Regional High School (Lambertville, New Jersey)
SHRSuperheterodyne Receiver
SHRSport History Review (journal)
SHRSuburban Home Records (Denver, CO)
SHRState Highway Route
SHRSpectrum Healthcare Resources, Inc. (Saint Louis, MO)
SHRStep Height Reduction
SHRServer Hit Ratio
SHRSelf-Help Resource
SHRSpecial Hazards Review (NIOSH)
SHRSlack Hoist Rope
SHRSoft Handoff Region
SHRSteve Henry Racing (Texas)
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The steroid hormone receptor superfamily-molecular mechanisms of action.
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