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holmium

 (Ho) [hol´me-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 67, atomic weight 164.930. (See Appendix 6.)

Ho

Symbol for holmium.

HO

Abbreviation for:
Hearing Officer
Hemoccult Lab medicine (US)
heterotopic ossification
high output
high oxygen
history of
Home Office, see there
house officer, see there
hyperbaric oxygen
hypertrophic osteoarthropathy

Ho

Symbol for holmium

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Q. what are the requirements of getting medicinal marijuana? i'd like to know the requirements of getting prescribed medicinal marijuana. i have heard alot about health benefits of moderate use of marijuana or should i refer to it as cannabis.

A. marijuana has been proven to help in these diseases,but the problem is getting a drs order for it.IT is easyer to get it under the table than legally.

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Using these hoes is so easy because you're not moving a lot of soil.
Hoe, shoe and single- and double-disc furrow openers were available.
The use of HOEs for solar concentration is another interesting application of holography, which was presented by Julia Marin-Siez, University de Lleida, Spain.
When the weeds are 2 inches tall, use a sharp hoe to slice them down, but try not to cut more than 1 inch deep into the soil.
Monaghan said that he only used the knife to scare Mr Hoe. Mr Walker added that Monaghan accepted that he had a problem with alcohol and he would welcome help.
Sidney, OH, April 28, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Barnyard Products.com (http://www.barnyardproducts.com) a web site that features mostly made in North America lawn and garden supplies and farm and ranch supply, now makes The Rogue hoe garden tools available to its ever-growing customer base.
Remember though, if you choose the wrong hoe it can cause damage to your back.
* Push hoes (also called floral hoes) are pushed rather than pulled and allow the blade to slide just below the surface to cut weeds.
Organic crop interests sought and were granted the exemption from the ban on hand weeding, claiming that they would incur "tremendous" economic losses if they were required to use laborers with long handled hoes rather than hand weeders.
Says Hoes: "The reserves that Zeigler has in Wyoming Powder River Basin provide it with an operating ability that stacks up extremely well against its competition."
Regularly sharpening blade edges of hoes, shovels, and cultivators will keep them efficient and easy to use.
With Luminit HOEs, holographic wavefronts are embedded onto a thin, clear photopolymer film that can be applied to glass or acrylic surfaces such as a helmet visor or eye glasses.