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Hsi

(ʃiː)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Xi
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Nobina AB (STO:NOBINA), a large public bus transport service provider in the Nordic region, announced on Tuesday that it has again been selected by HSL to operate and develop bus services in the Helsinki region.
The new store on Warwickshire Shopping Park in Binley is the fifth HSL outlet to open since the beginning of the year.
So don't let HSL throw you off, take full control because it's your friend.
HSL was launched in January to provide a vehicle for buying newly-created shares with a view to eventually owning a majority in the Easter Road club.
To assess the progress of the collaboration, the HS/ HSL's associate director for services and the reference services manager visited the CHS Library in August 2013 for five days.
A previous report by Santia Asbestos Management Limited raised a number of more serious concerns, and asbestos fibre concentrations were "significantly lower" when recorded by HSL.
Where there is a material to dispense, from low viscosity gravies to high viscosity syrups and creams, HSL have the right pump for the application.
HSL are also launching a new website (http://www.femtonow.com) which will allow mobile users to express their interest in obtaining the femtocell in advance of their network operator deploying the technology.
"HSL is a [different] community because we don't go with the typical interdeployment readiness cycle, where the command works toward a deployment as a unit," said HSL-44's Command Master Chief (AW/SW) Mark Dubiel.
On the other hand, hydrolization of adipose is done mainly by hormone-sensitive lipase (HSL) that has a critical role in the control of energy homeostasis and catalyzes the rate-limiting step in the breakdown of adipocyte triglyceride (Belfrage et al., 1984).
Although the words "energy efficient" are regularly used in the commercial buildings industry, HSL has every right to make this claim.
The "What is it?" aircraft in our last issue was the Bell HSL anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopter operated by the U.S.