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EHP

abbr.
1. effective horsepower
2. electric horsepower
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Chinese capital played the dominant role in the executing EHP worth US$ 46 billion that has increased to US$ 63 billion, the LTP will entertain Chinese currency of Yuan for CPEC financial component and trade.
Twenty-seven problem crocodiles were removed from the Cairns active removal zone by EHP contractors Dawal Wuru Indigenous Corporation (DWIC) and 44 crocodiles were removed by EHP wildlife officers in the 2016/17 financial year.
EHP on April 24 saying it had a water discharge on March 30 from a licensed point on the northern side of the terminal, containing 806mg/ L of sediment.
The full list of current associate editors can be found on the EHP website at http://ehp.
The company will take advantage of the power radio IRU 600 EHP, using smaller antennas over longer hops, allowing the utility to migrate its backhaul network to full-IP, using Eclipse hybrid radios, as legacy TDM radios phase out of existence.
org/ [Online 6 November] and is part of the scientific collaboration between Ciencia & Saude Coletiva and EHP
Lee Rappaport, program coordinator for EF EHP, then asked if they could host - for a short time - an Austrian girl whose host family was on vacation and would return five days after she arrived.
When the animals inhaled an irritant, the airways constricted erratically, he reported in the May EHP.
EHP, which is to be incorporated under Austrian law, will group most of the hydro power facilities of its parent companies.
Located on the Jennings salt dome, EHP provides high-deliverability (injection and/or withdrawal capabilities on demand) salt storage, giving its customers rapid response to market fluctuation and demand.
The EHP framework offers five strategies for addressing individual needs: (1) establish/restore the person's ability to perform in context; (2) modify/adapt contextual features and task demands to support performance in context; (3) alter the context to better match the individual's abilities; (4) prevent problems by anticipating difficulties; and (5) create circumstances that promote more typical or complex performances in context.