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Ht

Abbreviation for total hyperopia.

ht

abbreviation for height.

HT

Abbreviation for:
haematocrit
haplotype
Hashimoto thyroiditis
head trauma
Healing Touch
hearing test
hearing threshold
heart transplant
heat treatment
height
hepatic tumour
hereditary thrombocytopaenia
hereditary tyrosinaemia
heterosexual
histotechnologist
hold time
home treatment   
hormone therapy
hospital treatment
human teratocarcinoma
hypertension
hyperthyroidism
hypnotherapy

HT

Abbreviation for Hubbard tank.

Ht

Abbreviation for total hyperopia.

HT,

n.pr See Healing Touch.
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Panicked that Iraqi police (or insurgents masquerading as Iraqi police) might arrest employees, HTS initiated a plan to convert all 150 Human Terrain Team (HTT) members from contractors to government employees.
Companies are developing HTS platforms that are not only faster and cheaper than the "last generation" but are also smaller and in some cases portable (e.
Margaret Ostrenko who not only conceived the idea for a HTS focused MIPB issue, but then relentlessly encouraged all HTS teammates to submit abstracts and articles.
The superconductor wire in HTS cables can carry more than 150 times the power of a conventional copper wire of similar size.
The hemodynamic effect of HTS occurs because it is an effective plasma volume expander.
Caliper is commercializing its HTS systems through its own sales and marketing force, Caliper Direct.
began to test the first HTS motor powerful enough to potentially find wide use in industry.
HTS is essentially the automated testing of potential drug candidates at the rate of over 10,000 wells per week.