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hart

the male of the deer, esp the red deer aged five years or more

Hart

1. Lorenz. 1895--1943, US lyricist: collaborated with Richard Rodgers in writing musicals
2. Moss. 1904--61, US dramatist: collaborated with George Kaufman on Broadway comedies and wrote libretti for musicals
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HART

(Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) A widely used wired sensor network protocol that dates back to the Bell 202 standard in the 1980s. An extension to the 4-20 mA analog signal, HART superimposes a 1,200 bps signal onto the line that provides bi-directional communications with instruments in the field. See 4-20 mA and WirelessHART.
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Harten's partnership with Helen Housby has also proved a significant factor in England's stride through the group stages, with big wins over Jamaica and South Africa underscoring the recent strides the team has made.
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(92.) See MONTT, supra note 25, at 155, 159; VAN Harten, supra note 91, at 18084; Schill 2011, supra note 91, at 70 (promoting a better public law metric for dispute resolution).
A number of artists performed at the show, including Michelle and Noel Kesserwany, Artium String Quartet and Rudy Ghafary, Chyno and Al Rajul Al Hadidi, Ali Ajami and Pim Van Harten, and Had Taled.
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A slightly improved version of Harten's scheme was suggested by Martyushov [4] and was used in the present calculations.
"Today we learned about rockets and CAD (computer-aided design)," said Ashton Harten, a STARBASE Robins student who attended the program in November.
The Syrian troops established full control over Kafar Nabouda, Atshan, Qubeibat, Maarakaba, Oum Harten, Sekik, Tal Sekik, Tal al-Sakher and al-Basha in the Northern countryside of Hama Province in Central Syria.
The General Command said that the Armed Forces established control over the towns and villages of Kafar Nabouda, Atshan, Qubeibat, Maarakaba, Oum Harten, Sekik, Tal Sekik, Tal al-Sakher, and al-Bahsa in the northern countryside of Hama province.