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MHS

MHS

(1) (Message Handling Service) An earlier messaging system from Novell that supported multiple operating systems and other messaging protocols, including SMTP, SNADS and X.400. It used the SMF-71 messaging format. Standard MHS ran on a DOS machine attached to the server, while Global MHS ran as a NetWare NLM. With NetWare 4, MHS was discontinued and superseded by GroupWise. See GroupWise.

(2) See messaging system.

(3) (MH/s) (Mega HASHes per SECond) One million hashes computed in one second. The term typically refers to cryptocurrency validation and mining. See cryptographic hash function and Bitcoin mining.
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Walker-Gross, a 2003 MHS graduate who returned to her alma mater to teach in 2012, spoke of the opportunities presented to juniors and seniors who go through the early childhood education program.
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For years, MHS has posted operating losses that were made up, in part, with funds from the Masonic Education & Charity Trust, set up by the Massachusetts Grand Lodge of Masons.
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Both its philanthropic funds and its growing stream of volunteers are the result of a fundraising effort undertaken in late 2008 and 2009, when the MHS board realized that recession-driven shortfalls in state and county revenue would likely lead to cuts in available state and county program funds.
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In its early years, MHS emphasized agricultural education, reflecting the pastoral Pennsylvania countryside's primary economy of dairy farming and under-girding the growing chocolate industry in Hershey.
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