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uh

 (ŭ)
interj.
Used to express hesitation or uncertainty.

uh

(ʌh)
interj
a representation of a common sound made when hesitating in speech

uh


(u, un),
interj.
(used to indicate hesitation, doubt, or a pause.)
Translations
ehøh
ehöh
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A locum VC was appointed in a hurry against the statutes of the UHS and afresh applications for the VC's slot were sought,' reads Prof Aziz's resignation letter, a copy of which is available with Dawn.
Talking to the media at Punjab University, Wahdat Road centre, UHS VC Prof Dr Faisal Masud, said that the re-conduct of MDCAT was important as it would ensure merit and justice.
These forms, along with the prospectus, will be available free-of-cost from the UHS Lahore, Nishter Medical University, Multan, and Rawalpindi Medical University, Rawalpindi, during the said dates.
He also referred to the International medical education conference recently organized by UHS and said that numerous pre-conference workshops provided an opportunity to over twelve hundred healthcare professionals to build their professional capacity.
UHS provides a wide range of specialised medical care, from outpatient consultations and minor surgeries to long-term treatment plans in their Emergency (NICU, ICU), Oncology, Surgical and Obstetrics departments.
Federal Minister for Finance Senator Ishaq Dar, who is also the UHS Chairman Board of Governors, was present at the MoU signing ceremony.
UHS treated the severe condition successfully and the baby was discharged after 10 days in a stable condition.
Gary Blackford said that Jeff Singer's experience and relationships at UHS will serve him well in accelerating the teamwork and processes involved in executing on a sound strategy that allows UHS to serve its customers in the surgery suite.
The CJ had taken suo motu notice of the FJMC's affiliation with the UHS after the college students protested against the move, terming it a fatal blow to their future.
UHS will initially install the EDIS in five of its acute care facilities, but plans to eventually expand the system to 25 of its emergency departments, which serve more than 800,000 patients each year, according to the company.