LHG


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LHG

Abbreviation for:
left-hand grip
local health group (Wales)
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Except for RHG and LHG, the MS indicators (LT, LLT, AMS and %MS) were significantly higher among the participants categorized as physically active.
LHG did not address Sally's claim but said: "We agreed to provide the interpreter of her choice for the Little Mix show."
VEDOLIM AC, SCHMITT CMA, BREDT CFG, BARROS MB, FRANCA LHG, STAHLKE JR HJ.
Further study (in progress, LHG) of this taxon is predicted to show that it should be removed from rowelli and elevated to specific status.
Even failures of small proportions may lead large hydrogenerators (LHG) to a long period of unavailability, from several days to some months, causing considerable financial losses.
Fifteen subjects using their left hands in continuous task session and block-design session were regarded as left hand group (LHG).
EFA will offer the airlines of the Lufthansa Group (LHG), as well as in the external market, standardized pilot training of consistently high quality at competitive prices, from a single source.
Khalid Mahmood has taken the stance that LHG was established in 1958 and since then impact of increase in population has also affected the hospital and the number of patients is also increasing.
(22.) Spindola T, Progianti JM, Penna LHG. Opiniao das gestantes sobre acompanhamento da enfermeira obstetra no pre-natal de um hospital universitario.
MHG = medial head of gastrocnemius; LHG = lateral head of gastrocnemius; MB1 = muscular branch to innervate gastrocnemius; MB2 = muscular branch to innervate soleus; MB3 = muscular branch to innervate deep compartment of the leg; SUP = superior; LAT = lateral.
Highlighting the region's importance to the Luxury Hotels Group (LHG), managing director Rahul Arora says: 'The increasing importance of the region is reflected in the latest February 2015 STR Global research report which states that there are 640 hotels totalling 149,799 rooms in the Middle East/Africa region.