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(electricity)
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Based on the current environment, MHO projects $250 million to $300 million of land and development spending for all of 2013.
MHO also produced a record number of 104 safe, affordable homes, and we provided over 150 emergency home repairs to Buncombe County households with low or very low incomes and special needs.
It was never designed to accommodate the thousand of Soldiers in MHO.
After the MHO entered his or her choice into this field, the computer screen was cleared, and the recommendation generated by the DSS appeared.
MHO has been increasing its sales and marketing efforts, focusing on reducing speculative inventory (enlarged by unusually high cancellation rates), reducing its lot supply, reassessing its land positions, renegotiating option contracts and, where possible, reducing overhead and direct construction costs.
At present, MHO develops about 72% of the communities from which it sells product.
MHO maintains a $315 million revolving credit agreement of which $219 million were available at the end of the first quarter.
MHO has provided retrospective clinically oriented CNS market information services to pharmaceutical companies under its PsychScope(R) service line since 1998.
TOTO's MHOs are a strategic marketing and lead generation tool that informs safer and healthier product purchase decisions.
A number of studies have indicated that MHOS data are useful for quality improvement and program planning purposes.
7V peak), for high powered discharges ranging from fractions of a second to one minute, Rated current is 44A, and DC series resistance is 1 mhos.
The MHOS was designed to gather valid, reliable, and clinically meaningful data on health outcomes, including functional status, comorbid conditions, symptoms, and HRQOL for the approximately 8.