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AHA

 
American Heart Association; American Hospital Association.

AHA

abbr.
alpha-hydroxy acid

AHA

Abbreviation for:
acquired haemolytic anaemia
alpha hydroxy acid
anti-heart antibody
anti-histone antibody
American Hospital Association, see there
American Heart Association
Associate of The Institute of Hospital Administrators (previously Area Health Authority) (MedspeakU-KK)
autoimmune haemolytic anaemia

AHA

Abbreviation for American Hospital Association.
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Currently hosted on the home page of the Bank website, www.axisbank.com, 'Axis Aha!' is capable of performing diverse actions like fund transfer, bill payments, recharges and also manage card limits, block credit and debit cards, besides others.
"The launch of 'Axis Aha!' takes the customer-centricity approach of the bank to an entirely different level as it lays a very strong foundation for artificial intelligence based voice and chat enabled 'conversational banking'.
To get a sense of how 'Axis Aha!' works, you may click on the link to the video here
Some unique features of 'Axis Aha!' are as follows:
Melissa Orren, executive director of AHA!, said, "The AHP has helped this project, which has been 10 years in the making, become a reality." The three-story apartment complex, to be called AHA!
The exclusive Aha! To Action four-step program includes complete analysis of company practices and personnel, coaching in managerial effectiveness for C-level executives, and exploration of growth opportunities in all internal departments.
“We recognize the importance of fostering substantial and on-going progress,” said Belinda Block, founder and CEO of Aha! To Action.
The executive team at Aha! To Action has extensive experience in building positive, strong and collaborative relationships, and works to empower companies with the knowledge to adapt and succeed in a constantly changing marketplace.
"Aha! Moments: When Intellect & Intuition Collide" is a guide for better blending one's natural intuition with the what they learn throughout life.
People who possess a high aha! ability are all intelligent to a moderate level, but beyond that level there seems to be no correlation between high intelligence and aha!
A viewer rushing to Olafur Eliasson's latest exhibition expecting a quiet epiphany or a spontaneous unveiling of the mechanisms of perception--an "Aha!" moment, as the artist says--would have been disappointed, at least initially.
You can't really have an "Aha!" moment if you know you've got one coming, so Eliasson slyly offered the opposite of what audiences have come to expect: the dumb material stuff, the labor and failures and impossible fantasies, sketched out in all their messy and even embarrassing tactility.