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haaf

(hɑːf)
n
(Fishing) a deep-sea fishing ground off the Shetland and Orkney Islands
[Old English hæf sea; related to Old Norse haf; see heave]
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The full-sized sixareen, or sixern, is based at the Unst Boat Haven and is a remake of the original Far Haaf, which was destroyed in a storm in 1992.
Haaf Jr.'s main parachute was not on when his body was found.
1996 Japan Bikker and Haaf 2002 Twenty Three Industrialized Economies Claessens and 2004 Fifty countries Laeven Al-Muharrami et al.
Heinzmann, J., Hansmann, T., Herrmann, D., Wrenzycki, C., Zechner, U., Haaf, T.
This condition is more commonly known as hypoglycemia-associated autonomic failure (HAAF).
Assistant professor-research, David McDougal, said, "There is currently no objective way for a health care provider to measure whether a patient has experienced repeated episodes of low blood sugar and therefore may be suffering from HAAF."
Utilizando este marco Bikker y Haaf (2002) derivan la siguiente ecuacion empirica de la forma reducida de la ecuacion de ingresos,
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the main cause of death in men and women; however, the prevalence is higher in women (Appleman, van Rijn, ten Haaf, Boersma, & Peters, 2015).
The increased occurrence of hypoglycemia in patients with longer duration of diabetes could be related to the accompanying hypoglycemia-associated autonomic failure (HAAF).
At K-VA-T Food Stores Inc., in Abingdon, Va., Director of Bakery Deli Operations David Haaf notes that his company has added fresh food bars -- including soup, salad, wings, salsa, fruit, tacos, and antipasti and olives -- to create a fresh food destination, along with pizzeria makeup units, among them brick-oven pizza ovens in limited locations, to help create a fresh image, as well as theater for shoppers.
According to previous findings on patients not only with diabetes [17,18], but also without diabetes [19], hypoglycemia attenuated sympathoadrenal responses to declining plasma glucose concentrations, leading to hypoglycemia-associated autonomic failure (HAAF).