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HEP

High Energy (Particle) Physics.
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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.
It has been observed in this study that the highest prevalence is that of Hep C infection by transfusion.
According to the Energy department, HEP plants are classified based on their capacities: Microhydro (1 to 100 kilowatts), minihydro (101 kilowatts to 10 megawatts), and large hydro (more than 10 megawatts).
BHEL has a long standing association with SJVN Limited commencing with their first hydro generating plant - 1,500 MW Nathpa Jhakri HEP, which was commissioned in 2003-04.
The 600 MW Kholongchu HEP will be developed in a joint venture between SJVN Ltd.
The report goes into detail, explaining the procedure which was followed, leading to Andreou being administered with blood plasma which was contaminated with Hep B.
Aleje (LE), Balaesus, AE 1976, 305 // Balaesus, CIL II 5719; HEp 1, 380.
TSP partner organizations include HealthPro (FL), Hep C Connection (CO), Hepatitis C Association (NJ), Hepatitis Education Project (WA) and Project Inform (CA).
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-August 4, 2011--Croatian HEP cleared to draw EUR170m loans from four banks(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Now two years old, Hep is a proven hunting retriever for both waterfowl and upland game birds.
In actuality all adults should be vaccinated for hep A and B, not just those traveling abroad.