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HST

Abbrev. for Hubble Space Telescope.
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HST

(1) See Hubble Space Telescope.

(2) An earlier asymmetrical modem protocol from U.S. Robotics that included error control and compression and transmits from 4800 to 14400 bps in one direction and from 300 to 400 bps in the other. HST was the first reliable, high-speed modem protocol before the V.32bis and V.42 standards became widely used.
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Titan HST offers innovative Dual-Channel Mesh Networking Gateways, which allows communication even in the event of a catastrophe where cell networks and Wi-Fi are down, or networks are overloaded; Micro-Location Beacons, which provide users vital location, room and floor information when requests and emergencies happen; SOS Emergency Alert Cards for instant requests for help, sharing exact location immediately, conveniently and discretely; and SOS Emergency Alert Buttons, which are a mini-version of the Titan HST SOS Alert Card, functioning the same, at a fraction of the size.
With 100Nm more torque than the V6 the new technology deployed in the HST engine raises the bar when it comes to refinement and power delivery.
The new petrol engine will be available on the special edition HST model, which also features a combination of interior and exterior updates including carbon fibre trim on the bonnet, front grille, side vents and tailgate.
The new 3.0-litre engine, which produces 550Nm of torque, can propel the Range Rover Sport HST from a standing start to 60mph sprint in just 5.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 140mph.
The HST round's expanded diameter and weight retention produce the desired penetration without over-penetrating.
As the delivery terms in contracts are vital to determining whether GST/ HST applies and at what rate, and sometimes who can claim an ITC for the GST/HST paid, parties should be vigilant when drafting contracts to ensure that their agreements are tailored to produce the GST/HST treatment they expect and so they are not assessed large amounts of tax, penalties, and interest in the future for failing to collect the correct amount of GST/HST or for incorrectly claiming ITCs.
Led by Genetic Alliance UK, the coalition claims the proposed changes to NICE's HST Evaluation Programme will restrict access to innovative treatments for rare genetic conditions in the UK.
With the Space Shuttle fleet retired, there can be no more of those missions, but barring any hardware failures, HST should last another five years.
Idol HST is headquartered in the Chinese city of Nanjing, and registered in Shanghai's Pilot Free Trade Zone which was set up by the Chinese Government in September 2013 to encourage overseas trade.
Come this spring, Hamra Shopping and Trading Company (HST), best known for its retail brand Grand Stores (GS), will open a new retail space...
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