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Ht

Abbreviation for total hyperopia.

ht

abbreviation for height.

HT

Abbreviation for:
haematocrit
haplotype
Hashimoto thyroiditis
head trauma
Healing Touch
hearing test
hearing threshold
heart transplant
heat treatment
height
hepatic tumour
hereditary thrombocytopaenia
hereditary tyrosinaemia
heterosexual
histotechnologist
hold time
home treatment   
hormone therapy
hospital treatment
human teratocarcinoma
hypertension
hyperthyroidism
hypnotherapy

HT

Abbreviation for Hubbard tank.

Ht

Abbreviation for total hyperopia.

HT,

n.pr See Healing Touch.
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height.
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Para tener una idea de los programas que existen actualmente optimizados para Hyperthreading, pues vea esta lista:
The company has claimed that hyperthreading will appear in the 3GHz Pentium 4 for desktops.
In Core i5-2500K the absence of hyperthreading was felt in some tests, but it still managed to beat the six-core AMD processors, which was quite good.
Hay precios desde $9,499 pesos, y se pueden elegir modelos pre-configurados o personalizar la solucion con procesadores Intel Pentium o Hyperthreading, que incluye chipset 865G de hasta 3 GHz, disco duro de 160 GB, hasta 4GB de DDR SDRAM, opcion de unidades DVD ROM o CD RW, floppy disk y Windows XP Profesional.
With scalable architectures and technologies, including Intel[R] Hyperthreading technology, customers can dynamically scale performance for the most demanding enterprise workloads.
Global DataGuard has optimized its UES software to leverage key 5500 series features such as hyperthreading, faster memory, and I/O acceleration technology -- enhancements necessary to fully address 10Gb network performance requirements.
They pair Intel[R] Core[TM] i7 Series processors (with Intel[R] Turbo Boost and Intel[R] Hyperthreading technologies) with NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800 and 3800 Series GPUs.
The Z550 extends the performance of the MID product line to 2GHz with Intel Hyperthreading technology support, setting a new standard for the highest performance processor in the under-3-watt power envelope.