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Hanes

(hānz),
Charles S., Canadian biochemist, 1903-1993. See: Hanes plot.

HANES

Health And Nutrition Examination Survey A series of dietary surveys first carried out in 1971 by the NIH–US; HANES I determined that Americans consumed suboptimal levels of iron, calcium and vitamins A and C; HANES III is under the auspices of the National Center for Health Statistics and will determine the weights of Americans
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A cursory comparison with a field such as Roman history, where the study of the frontiers of the Roman empire has become a central and fundamental part of the very conception of an imperial space and of its evolution in time, makes it evident that unless such an integrated approach is taken seriously we shall be limiting our comprehension of the Han empire.
Han arranged for the mother to visit a periodontist, who collected plaque samples from her teeth.
Besides "fetus education," Han Confucians, especially Liu Xiang who compiled biographies of exemplified women, also made mothers the moral educator for small children.
This means expensive chemical preservatives are not required and the consumer can eat safer food that uses less preservatives," Han said.
Han also asked Japan to support South Korea's bid to host the 2010 World Exhibition in Yeosu in the southern part of the country, the official said.
Even with the number of IT offerings and products available on the market, right now I don't think there exists anything ideal for what we want for OCW," says Han.
Conditions at Han Young are unhealthy and dangerous.
So, Myers claims Han was his own man, not a socialist realist.
The site reports Han Solo may be wearing not just one but two costumes (see pics from the link).
I am looking forward to the meeting with Han Changfu and a rewarding cooperation between our countries in the future," says Mr Erlandsson.
Los Angeles based immigration law firm Jacobson & Han LLP, Immigration Attorneys announced today that for the next 30 days it will provide free immigration legal services, up to $1000, to returning United States Armed Forces personnel who served in the Iraq War.
South Korean state prosecutors indicted former Prime Minister Han Myeong Sook on Tuesday on charges of taking bribes from a former business executive, Yonhap News Agency reported.