MATH

(redirected from Mathes)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

MATH

Abbreviation for:
Modern Approach to the Treatment of Hypertension
References in periodicals archive ?
These products can then be sold by sustainable businesses, powered by and employing young Egyptians," Mathes said.
I'm really excited about this opportunity at ChanTest," Mathes said.
In his new role, Mathes will oversee the company's New York regional team and the daily operations, sales, revenue, financial services and human resources for Denihan's Manhattan portfolio of hotels.
Depending on how many employees a store has, the gross profit margin can be between 50 and 75 percent, Mathes said.
Mathes posted in his favorite midday treestand, which sits at the end of a finger of woods sticking out into a huge soybean field.
Button collecting is dying out - it's hard to attract new people these days because everybody's so busy working," said Mathes, who keeps up her own collecting in her spare time from her job as a registered nurse at Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.
Michael Mathes provides a valuable contribution to the resources available for the study of the relations between the Spanish/Mexican Californians and the Russians at Fort Ross during the first half of the nineteenth century.
The deal is positioned through Maximus' new partnership with Curtis Mathes.
The bride was attended by her sisters, Elizabeth Mathes Walker as matron of honor and Katherine Curtis Mathes as maid of honor.
It is the sensory experience that defines 'luxury,'" explains Thomas Mathes, 31, a 13-year veteran of the hospitality industry and the general manager of The Muse New York, a Kimpton Hotel.
Mark Bjorgo recruited Susan Carney Gary Cooper recruited Erin Freel Best Dallas Ford/Stephanie Gable recruited Tiffany Turner Chuck Gamble recruited Lindsay Hill Lisa Graham recruited Denise Bott Andrea Grube recruited Amy Mathes Toni Hodson recruited David Blower Jr.
In most parts of the country, distance is not a problem; the forests are in isolated areas away from population,'' said Matt Mathes, a spokesman for the Angeles.