OHG


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OHG

abbr.
Old High German

OHG

abbreviation for
(Languages) Old High German

OHG

Old High German.
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The drop test with a 45kg cube consists of a sequence of 10 drops of the cube strategically located 1525mm above the OHG (locations and their tolerance are given by the standard).
Kevin Beirne, OHG group director of housing care and support, said: "The transfer of two of London's flagship hostels has been a complex challenge involving more than 20 legal agreements with five bodies, and taken 12 months to complete.
He examines six OHG works, thirty-nine early MHG ones, and all the MHG classics (all five works by Hartmann von Aue, the Nibelungenlied, Parzival, Willehalm and Titurel, Gottfried's Tristan, and Walther yon der Vogelweide, besides relatively minor ones like Herbort's Liet von Troye and Ulrich's Lanzelet), applying to them all his vast grid made up of all possible categories of schame.
OHG has a long history of working with payers and local employers to improve the quality of care delivered to its patient population while reducing inefficiencies in the health care system and controlling costs.
Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia said on Monday (4 April) that it had signed an agreement with the German mobile operator O2 (Germany) GmbH & Co OHG, a subsidiary of the UK-based O2 plc, on the delivery of the Nokia Intelligent Content Delivery solution to enhance O2's mobile packet core network in Germany.
Meanwhile, Muller-Weingarten has formed a partnership with SMC Technologie Derek & Kuper OHG of W.
OHG, a subsidiary of mmO2 plc, to launch a complete mobile music experience under the O2 Germany brand.
Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia said on Thursday (9 September) that it was delivering its automatic mobile device management solution to the German mobile operator O2 (Germany) GmbH & Co OHG, a subsidiary of mmO2 plc.
Today, both companies petitioned for the opening of insolvency proceedings, Qimonda AG due to illiquidity and Qimonda Dresden OHG due to threatening illiquidity.
Telefonica Deutschland through its subsidiary Telefonica Germany GmbH Co OHG has finally laid its first syndicated credit facility of EUR 750 million.