HUTT


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HUTT

abbreviation for heads-up tilt table test.
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While Hutt River's early notoriety led to an estimated 60,000 visitors a year, almost all from within Australia, the curiosity-seekers now (at an estimated 30,000 per annum) are predominantly foreigners in their teens, twenties, and thirties.
Ms Hutt added: "There is no doubt good procurement can drive efficiencies and generate local benefits.
IN COURT: Gary Eccles, above, and Andrew Hutt, top Pictures by KATIE LUNN
But Ms Hutt arguably makes a fair point that improving growth is not done solely by throwing cash into Edwina Hart's department.
Earlier, Ms Hutt said: "I'm here to talk to people on our front line services to find out what they feel about the most difficult budget we've had to face since the Assembly came into existence.
Hutt informed the stipendiary steward that his greyhounds now occupied another kennel on his property.
A bumper 30,992 turned out to see Ian Greaves' Second Division side take on the top-flight Hammers, whose line-up included World Cup winners Bobby Moore, Geoff Hutt and Martin Peters.
Hutt had volunteered for a potentially deadly assignment.
n While many consider the Hutt River Province to be a joke,others see it as a fine,anti-authoritarianinitiative.
For his outstanding bravery Private Arthur Hutt was awarded the Victoria Cross, the first Coventry man to receive the nation's highest honour.
Ms Hutt said the first year of the new GP recruitment scheme had been "a tremendous success".
Scotland Yard said Mr Hutt - who was dismissed in February 1999 - would instead be fined 13 days' pay.