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ASH

 
American Society of Hematology.

ASH

ASH

American Society of Hematology; asymmetrical septal hypertrophy.

ASH

Abbreviation for:
abdominal supracervical hysterectomy
Action on Smoking and Health, see there (Medspeak-UK) 
aldosterone-stimulating hormone
American Society of Hematology
asymmetrical septal hypertrophy

ash

(ash)
Nostrums made from the leaves and bark of the tree (Fraxinus excelsior) are alleged to have value in therapy of gastrointestinal disease; clinical tests are ongoing.

ash

a forest tree of the genus Fraxinus with PINNATE leaves, thin, silver-grey bark with prominent LENTICELS, and close-grained wood.

ash

the incombustible, inorganic residue remaining after any process of incineration. See also bone ash.

dietary ash
generally the mineral content.
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If, after testing your soil pH, you decide to add wood ash, start with a thin dusting across the soil surface, then work the ashes deeply into the topsoil, because most nutrients won't move much in the soil.
When families and friends live nearby, scattering of ashes is generally a private memorial attended by loved ones of the deceased.
Increased restrictions have prompted some churches to buy their ashes from retailers who sell them by the pound, but for a traditionalist like Radecki that just isn't right.
Then he took his thumb, rubbed it on his own ashes, and traced a cross on my forehead.
If people choose to keep ashes at home, most do it discreetly - in an ornament that does not necessarily suggest its contents.
For those who would desire cremation, but would prefer a more ceremonial farewell, there is the option to have a memorial service before the ashes are presented to the family or scattered.
Ashes are scattered throughout old-growth forests-one tree here, one tree there, comprising at most 5 percent of the whole.
Although some owners elect to have their pet's ashes placed in decorative urns displayed in their homes, Jenkins says the ashes typically remain in the temporary container they come in and end up stored in a closet.
The ashes were mixed with water (phase ratio 1 : 5 was used to imitate hydro ash removal (henceforth liquid suspension) and 1 : 0.
After nine months with no leads, Simi Valley police were considering handing over the ashes to the Ventura County Coroner's Office for disposal.
Other ashes of note include red ash (Fraxinus pennsylvatica) from Canada and the United States, and Oregon ash (Fraxinus oregona).