HVES


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HVES

Abbreviation for high volt electrical stimulation.
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The goal of the paper is obtaining new calculation relationships that determine in an approximate form the energy dissipation and electrical erosion of massive metal main electrodes in the HVCAS used in the discharge circuits of a number of HVES with the CSE.
Although, LVES is safer, its consistency in effect is lesser than HVES (500-1,000 V or more) (Bendall, 1980; Bouton et al., 1980).
He talked about one of those HVEs, Rezwan Ferdaus, the Ashland man who pleaded guilty last year to plotting to blow up landmarks in Washington, D.C., with bombs that would have been strapped to remote control planes.
Since 9/11, American HVEs have traveled to Pakistan, Somalia, and Yemen for terrorist training and ultimately joined terrorist groups in those countries.
Then, the empire was destroyed, but the spirit of the civilization hves on, in part, through the area's inhabitants who practice the Inca moral code even today.
Chelsea also hves a surplus of midfielders led by Frank Lampard and Barry would do well to take note of the plight of Steve Sidwell, who signed from Reading last summer and has started just seven league games since then.
Seventy-seven owe their hves to the volunteer crews at the Anglesey port.
Stalking is a dangerous and devastating crime that is frequently misunderstood and minimized but irrevocably changes the hves of the victims.
Now, Nevins asserts, each doe's potential is evaluated both inside and outside the box; each can have many hves and heenses.
The Keatsian poet who "hves in gusto" hves in a world of consuming orality: he pounces upon, gorges, and expresses beauty into essential verse.
commercial aircraft and indoctrinate what the intelligence community refers to as "homegrown violent extremists" or HVEs. Its most high-profile attempted attack to date was the failed bomb attack against Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on Christmas Day 2009.
"The FBI and DHS [Department of Homeland Security] are concerned that this event could contribute to the radicalization or mobilization of homegrown violent extremists [HVEs] in the homeland, particularly against U.S.-based military targets which HVEs have historically considered legitimate targets for retaliation in response to past alleged U.S.