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HEP

High Energy (Particle) Physics.
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Most people become infected with hep C through injecting drugs or steroids and sharing needles or other equipment.
HEP was conceived as a result of this, and we believe it is unique in the industry because it is built on a foundation of our technical expertise in energy auditing rather than the 'sustainability/green certification' angle which is so often the case."
She then refers to the film's main men one by one, saying that when Renton, Ewan McGregor's character, was given the all-clear for HIV, the medical world did not recognise Hep C so he would not have been tested for it.
Let ([C.sub.17][H.sub.11][N.sub.5], 98%) and heparin sodium salt (Hep) were purchased from TCI (Tokyo, Japan).
Figure 2 shows the age wise distribution of prevalence of Hep B, Hep C, and HIV in multi-transfused thalassemia patients.
Other projects in the same municipality are the Baras River HEP (30 megawatts) and Matadi River HEP (27 megawatts).
In quick succession, another hydro generating unit of 68 MW at Rampur Hydro Electric Project (HEP) in Himachal Pradesh has been commissioned by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL).
Three hydro-electric projects (HEPs) totaling 1416 MW, viz., the 336 MW Chukha HEP, the 60 MW Kurichu HEP, and the 1020 MW Tala HEP, are already operational in Bhutan and are supplying electricity to India.
Eric is the brains behind the popular "Hep, Hep, Hooray" game on the now defunct game show "Wowowee." Remember that?
The grant will be used to develop career and college readiness among HEP participants and their dependents.
Petrides had ordered an investigation a day after Andreou's death from Hep B from a blood transfusion during surgery but was also forced to send back the report he received six months later as it was deemed incomplete.