OHF


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OHF

abbreviation for Omsk hemorrhagic fever.
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OHF consumed more (lut+zea) and more (lyc) than YHF (Table 14).
Not significant (NS) Table 6: Mean of Total 3-Day Fruit Intakes in Old Hispanic Females (OHF) and Old Hispanic Males (OHM) Subjects N Mean P value OHF 60 4.
The first time the OHF lowered the healthy weight limit for girls in my height range, it was by five pounds.
She read from her sheet of filler paper: "The protestors of the OHF policies are not radicals, be they on the streets or in the halls of congress.
By using several OHF properties as examples, the progressive transformation of archaeology within the Foundation shall become clear.
The second area of excavation turned out to be one of the most important archaeological discoveries to date on an OHF property.
A 14 pallet freezer from Chill It was also needed by OHF to cope with the space requirements of their frozen ingredients division.
Adaptive networking builds network infrastructure in a ring or cascade form by using centralized control node and passive OHF for the PON system, which was conventionally branched by power splitters.
Any Independent Software Vendor (ISV) will be able to use the tools in OHF to connect their applications to any standards-based infrastructure, including IBM's HIE.
The OHF is a not-for-profit medical foundation dedicated to providing information, service, and support to medical professionals and patients and the families of those with oxalosis and hyperoxaluria.