HS1


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Noun1.HS1 - a herpes virus that causes oral herpes
herpes simplex virus, herpes simplex - a herpes virus that affects the skin and nervous system
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I had to rescue HS1 - the high speed Channel Tunnel link - when the private company went bust.
The PC2 and HS1 have a small footprint," he said, "and that is important to a lot of customers who have sites where other screens might not fit.
He said the HS1 to HS2 link was vital to give Midlands passengers access to direct international rail services.
Higgins also goes out of his way when he talks about having connectivity between HS2 and HS1 by saying he thinks the resources would be far better spent on upgrading other areas such as North Wales.
The rail services are being offered by a collaboration between the UK's Department for Transport; rail company, Southeastern; and HS1 Ltd.
The other 6 isolates harbored 4 different mutations in HS1 (Table 2).
The TS1, TS2 and HS1 tags all offer audible and visual alarm indicators on the tags themselves and allow for programmable alarm limits and local data logging.
The consortium takes on management of HS1 later this month.
Tim Smart, Director Engineering Assets at HS1, said the company
Tokyo, May 30, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - TDK Corporation announced today that it has completed development of the GBDriver HS1 solid state drive (SSD) controller for SSDs used in laptop PCs and industrial system hardware that employs PC platforms and completed commercialization and began shipments of the HS1 series of SSDs equipped with this controller.
In addition, the Optima stacker HS1 is the ideal complement to the Optima Group, Schwabisch Hall, Germany.
There will also be direct links to Heathrow Airport and to the Continent via the HS1 line.