UKHAS

AcronymDefinition
UKHASUnited Kingdom Heart Attack Study Collaborative Group
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The research also found that the amount of public money committed to the biggest regeneration projects in the UKhas increased hugely in the last year, increasing by 68 per cent.
"However, while other countries like Germany have been successfully building whole new industries based on low-carbon technologies, the UKhas lost over a millionmanufacturing jobs since 1997, while our green energy sector remains tiny."
A total of 39UKdealers are already in place whilst MG Motor UKhas also unveiled a new badge and logo in line with the new production plans.
The number of mobile phone subscribers in the UKhas jumped from 6.8 million in 1996 to 71.7 million in 2007.
* Connie Lush Born and bred in Scotland Road, Connie started singing aged six, and is now widely recognised as one of the finest blues singers the UKhas ever produced.
WORK on one of the largest indoor climbing facilities in the UKhas started in Cardiff in a project which has received equity backing from Finance Wales.
THE UKhas now lost 6%of its entire economic output in its longest-ever recession, official figures confirmed yesterday.
Helen Dunnett, head of marketing who commissioned the market research from Morris Hargreaves McIntyre, said: 'The radical approach we took in our marketing strategies, which have since been adopted by other arts organisations across the UKhas reaped rewards in audiences returning to the Phil after years of staying away.