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Hiss

(his),
Philip, U.S. bacteriologist, 1868-1913. See: Hiss stain.
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HISS

Abbreviation for:
Hospital Information Support Systems
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For individuals in the HISS implementation team, the project represented an opportunity to establish their personal reputations as achievers, as technical specialists, and as key interactors in the hospital's long-term IT strategy.
In the second part of the book, "Encountering the Countryside," Hiss examines the management of the countryside and proposes solutions to the crisis facing the United States as a result of rapid suburbanization.
Critique: "Long Road from Quito: Transforming Health Care in Rural Latin America" by Tony Hiss is an extraordinary combination of biography and medical history.
Many will have enjoyed the sounds from HISS across the UK too, it took centre stage during the 2018 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and has been the main sound system of the Electric Spring Festival since is first gig in February 2009.
"For some part of each day Ffion would go to the weatherings, whistle to Hiss and tempt her to the glove with a tasty, ghoulish treat, then carry her out and walk a while, or tether her to a perch in the garden where she could stretch her wings and feel the sun on her feathers.
HISS clients include the manufacturers of helicopters, operators of offshore oil rigs, medical organizations and assorted companies involved in the trade of used helicopters.
Light and airy, side-by-side Wassily chairs with gray leather slings complement the strong, spare lines of the Hiss bookcases.
Solzhenitsyn's powerfully stated argument about the trajectory of modern rationalism supplies much of the answer Christina Shelton is reaching for in Alger Hiss: Why He Chose Treason.
Also, you can invite other people to have a look at the work," says Hiss. He adds that the level of access can also be controlled so that some staff can change designs, others can only observe.
After the book's introduction (of which more below), chapter 1, 'Alger Hiss: Case Closed', says it all.
McCarran, and Alger Hiss, public officials claiming the country's best interests, took center stage in "Red Scares" that shook the foundation of the land.