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VHEVery High Energy
VHEVirtual Home Environment
VHEVirtual Home Everywhere
VHEVirus de la Hepatitis E (Spanish: Hepatitis E)
VHEVisit Heart of England (tourism; UK)
VHEVirus de l'Hépatite E (French: Hepatitis E)
VHEValve Hammer Editor (gaming)
VHEVideo Head-End
VHEVortex Hydro Energy LLC (renewable energy provider; Michigan)
VHEVery Highly Enriched
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For the preparation of different fractions from the VHE, 10 g of the dried extract was suspended in 400 mL of distilled water and transferred to a separator funnel.
(2-4) In contrast, VHE is a rare and potentially lethal idiosyncratic event unrelated to duration of VPA treatment, dosage, or valproic serum level.
Formulation and properties of the new VPHE and VHE elements are described in Section 2.
Figure 4(b) schematically illustrates the gantry head that is a most crucial part of the radiation therapy robotic system, where installed are a final focus optics, electron laser plasma accelerator, and beam focusing system for VHE electron beam therapy.
? Hampshire reached the nals for the fth season in concession when they trounced Notts by ve wickets, captain James Vince leading the way as Vhe smashed 11 fours and four sixes to notch an unbeaten 93 o 51 balls.
VHe shows her exactly where he is going and talks about having to catch his own food.
Les vaccins surs et efficaces contre l'hepatite B protegent de l'infection a VHD.5 / le virus de l'hepatite E (VHE) se transmet en general lors de la consommation d'eau ou d'aliments contamines.
Los estudios modernos se amplian hacia temas como cavitacion (LMH, 2011), diseno de turbomaquinas y aeronaves (ASME, 2011) (Cummings & Morton, 2006), flujo interno a traves de varios componentes (Klemm & Gabi, 2003), evaluacion de prototipos (Bahaj et al, 2007), efectos de la separacion de flujo sobre superficies y cuerpos (Subramanian et al, 2004) (VHE, 2012), sistemas de propulsion (Germain, 2006), desarrollo de organos artificiales (Lin et al, 2006), captura o almacenamiento de CO2 (Warzinski, 2000), estudio de la hidrodinamica y locomocion de animales subacuaticos (FML, 2012), entre otros (Figura.1).