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mean high water
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or m.h.w.,

mean high water.
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In 1997, the MHW estimated that LTC insurance expenditures would double from about 4 trillion yen in 2000 to 10.5 trillion yen in 2010, as more services would become available and assuming an annual inflation rate of 3%.
In the past two decades, marine heatwaves (MHWs) - periodic, anomalously high ocean temperatures (Hobday et al.
To reach to their findings, the researchers observed trends in the annual number of MHW days and the implications for marine ecosystems globally.
Superimposed onto this long-term ocean warming trend are short-term extremes in ocean surface temperatures, so-called marine heatwaves (MHWs), during which ocean temperatures are anomalously high for periods of days to months.
MHW and BevStrat will continue to provide services independently, but also offer beverage companies the opportunity to leverage both services to accelerate their growth.
The MHW has ordered approximately 6 million flu vaccines, which will be distributed to the young, the old, pregnant women, and people with underlying diseases, according to CNA.
MHW has been working with Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol for over 10 years.
MHW and MHV were also included in the group of supporters who influence access to MCH care among migrants.
UP brought fans out w big U2 "W Mhw"We've seen them in Melbourne but my husband always insisted we had to see them on their home soil.
[6.] Boschman JS, van der Molen HF, Sluiter JK and Frings Dresen MHW. Musculo-skeletal disorders among construction workers: a one-year follow-up study.
[71] Multiple hamming windows (MHW) Du and Vuskovic [51] Multiple trapezoidal windows (MTW) Phinyomark et al.