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(hiz; unstressed iz)
1. contraction of he is.
2. contraction of he has.
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The Bakken region has been stated by HES to be a priority area among its regions where it has broad control on investment pace.
Founded in 1965 and headquartered in Gloucester, England, HES is a multi-faceted solutions provider to the fluidpower sector.
In their report, the experts said the HES projects would irreversibly harm the natural habitat of Alara Valley, adding that the EcED claiming the location was suitable for the construction of the HES systems did not take the biological diversity and ecosystem of the area into account.
No differences were found in surgical patients or in mortality between the use of HES 6% and of other types of fluids in terms of mortality--RD 0.
17] HES exhibits numerous biological and pharmacological effects including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, hepatoprotective, and anticarcinogenic properties.
This audit compares urgent referrals sent from an optometrist to the HES via the GP, with other urgent referrals sent direct to the HES.
30 April 2014 - Luxembourg-based steel and mining group ArcelorMittal SA (AMS:MT) today said it had agreed to sell its 78% interest in French logistics company ATIC Services SA to Dutch port logistics services provider HES Beheer NV (AMS:HES), without providing financial details.
The United Kingdom Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) which has issued a recall of all HES IVFs in the UK.
Rates of HES encephalitis admissions were calculated by year, sex, age, and region by using data with an encephalitis code in any diagnostic field.
HES and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) have rarely been reported to occur together.
To help healthcare professionals and first responders stay up to date on their medical training, HES offers online certification courses, including an advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) online recertification course.
A study reports that HES could reduce TNF-[alpha] production and inhibits infection-induced lethal shock (Kawaguchi et al.