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HAS

Abbreviation for:
Health Advisory Service 
hepatic artery stenosis
human activity system
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It's certainly taken a life of its own in some circles, and somebody put out a rumour we're doing an ethanol plant," says Hass with a laugh.
But next year at this time, the Hass avocados from California will be allowed in all Mexican states under the new agreement.
The method that Haken formulated, however, is so complicated that no one has yet been able to write a fully practical computer program to follow the necessary steps and, for a given projection, give a "yes" or "no" answer to the question of whether it's an unknot.
Hass avocados are a popular ingredient with football fans around the country who know that good food is just as important as a good game," said Jimmy Lotufo, chairman of the Hass Avocado Board.
Hass should consider whether a different approach might be preferable to a ban.
As of December 2014, a policy like this is no longer lawful based on a ruling by the NLRB finding that employee use of email can fall within the realm of protected employee rights," Hass said.
RVR Chief Executive Officer Carlos Andrade and Abddirizak Ahmed, the Hass Petroleum Kenya Country Manager inked the harmony and stated deal would allow the railway operators to effectively carry out their duties in the two countries where it sighed the concession to run the railway transport system.
Del Monte[R] Fresh Hass Avocado Puree is also available year-round and is found nationwide in select stores.
aspx), the purpose and benefits of HALT and transition process from HALT to HASS.
Ford said that this research will contribute to a deeper knowledge on Hass avocados' potential positive role in weight management and diabetes.
The HASS simulates shipping boxes of dry packaged goods, such as cereals, at high altitudes.
The committee said "effective utilization of modern HALT/HASS methods and equipment during early design stages has been demonstrated to yield significant improvements in reliability and more effective product designs, as well as cost savings.