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Whr

abbreviation for
(Units) watt-hour

whr

or whr.,

watt-hour.
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WaC and WHR are closely related to metabolic syndrome components which are abdominal obesity, insulin resistance and related disorders.
To assess various anthropometric measurements related to obesity Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Waist circumference, Hip circumference, Waist Hip Ratio (WHR) in the study population (Medical and Paramedical Students).
Jamal Serhan, senior vice president and CEO Mena, Warwick Hotels & Resorts (WHR), stated: "We are focused on expanding our presence in the GCC in the 4- and 5-star segment, especially in Saudi Arabia with an overall target to reach 25 hotels by 2025 in the Mena region."
In four SWS surveys on LS at the WHR starting date of 2005-08, the average very satisfied + fairly satisfied with life was 67.0 percent.
Group I: It included 50 males in the age group of 20-40 years with normal WHR.
John Clifton, the managing partner for Gallup Poll, the company responsible for the WHR survey, shared a touching prophecy when almost a century ago, their founder predicted that future of Gallup lay in tracking human happiness and not in political climate or market swings.
Results from the most recent World Happiness Report (WHR) released on March 20, 2019 at the UN headquarters in New York
On average, all the participants, both men and women, had increased WC, while WHR in both genders was kept within the recommended range [20].
Table 1 shows correlation between WHR and lipid profile and Table 2 shows correlation between WHtR and lipid profile.
Results showed that WHR was a stronger predictor of poor cognitive ability than BMI.
GT provides a database of fluids and components especially designed for combustion engines and WHR applications.