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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that's one of the things that went so badly wrong with HS1.
Harry Seekings, Director Infrastructure at InfraRed Capital Partners Limited, said: "InfraRed is delighted to have completed the HS1 acquisition on behalf of HICL and we welcome the co-investors into the Project.
Meanwhile expected regeneration has been so weak that house prices in Ashford have actually fallen relative to areas away from HS1.
2bn) pension plan for Ontario's municipal workers have divested HS1, which operates from four United Kingdom stations including St Pancras and Stratford International, to a consortium of UK-based and foreign investors.
Paul Chapman, ex-managing director of HS1 and Alison Munro, chief executive of HS2.
In the first three months of services on HS1, the number of travellers from the East Midlands and Yorkshire more than doubled, compared with a year earlier.
Phase 1 would also bring connections to Europe through the direct link between HS2 and HS1 (on which Eurostar services operate now).
What we need to impress on the Government during the consultation period for HS2, which ends autumn 2011, is the absurdity of not joining it to HS1 and the Continental network, by taking it into St Pancras.
Also HS2 should not be considered simply as an extension northwards of HS1 (the Channel Tunnel Rail Link), which was built for a top speed of 300 km/h (186 mph) to standards adopted in Europe more than 20-30 years ago.
This would be achieved by connecting HS2 to the first high speed line, known as HS1, which was completed in 2007 and runs south-east of London, through Kent and into the Channel Tunnel.
This would have been achieved by connecting HS2 to the first highspeed line, known as HS1, which was completed in 2007 and runs south-east of London, through Kent and into the Channel Tunnel.
and third party funds managed by InfraRed, which has agreed to acquire 100% of HS1 from Borealis Infrastructure (on behalf of OMERS Administration Corp.