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- Hes a.k.a. Mark Arbib: Mark Victor Arbib is a former Australian politician and trade unionist, who was a Labor member of the Australian Senate from July 2008 to 5 March 2012, representing the state of New South Wales. He was the Australian Labor Party State Secretary of the New South Wales branch from 2004 to 2007. In February 2009, he was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Government Service Delivery, a position within the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. He later served as Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development, the Minister for Sport and Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness. On 27 February 2012, after former prime minister Kevin Rudd failed in an unsuccessful leadership challenge to Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Arbib announced he would shortly be resigning as a minister and senator. His resignation from the ministry was effective 2 March, and his resignation as a senator was submitted on 5 March.
- Hes a.k.a. Shane Abbess is a film director, a film producer and a screenwriter.
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Hes a.k.a. Hermiston Municipal Airport is a city-owned, public-use airport located two nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Hermiston, in Umatilla County, Oregon, United States.
- HES is a 2013 Clio Awards Nominee.
- Hes a.k.a. ribosome binding protein 1 homolog 180kDa (dog) is a gene.
- also known as ribosome binding protein 1, Ribosome binding protein-1, ribosome binding protein 1 (dog 180kD homolog)
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Practical Immunodermatology (2016)
by Xing-Hua Gao, Hong-Duo Chen
HES is a chronic disorder with significant morbidity and mortality . In recent years, the concept of HESs has expanded beyond the previously defined “ idiopathic HESs” to include a diversity of disorders in which eosinophils and ...
Measuring Caring (2011)
International Research on Caritas as Healing by Jean Watson, PhD, RN, HNC, FAAN
The HES is a valid and reliable (Cronbach's alpha 0.96) 86-item instrument used to obtain staff members' perceptions of the work environment, including relationships with coworkers, unit manager, physicians, and nurses; professional patient ...
by Louise L. Southwood
HES is a synthetic modified branchedchain glucose polymer (amylopectin) and isdescribed basedonits average molecular weight andmolar substitution ratio ( attachment ofhydroxyethyl ether groups to carbons 2,3,and 6ofthe glucose moieties) ...
by Crispian Scully, Stephen Flint, Stephen R. Porter, Kursheed Moos, Jose Bagan
HES is a rare disorder characterised by persistent and marked eosinophilia and a poor prognosis because of end-organ damage (particularly Figure 1.4.11 Haemophilia—spontaneous bleeding into joints (haemarthrosis) can be crippling .
On Language (1990)
Selected Writings of Joseph H. Greenberg by Joseph Harold Greenberg, Suzanne Kemmer
Of these the gerar, sung on horseback, deals with warlike subjects; the gabei, usually sung around the fire, has a non-warlike, often amatory subject matter; and the hes is a dancing song with alternating men's and women's parts. In addition ...
by Clive N. Svendsen, Allison D. Ebert
seLeCt CoLLaBoratinG sCientists With its affiliation with UW-Madison and WARF , WiCell collaborates with scientists applying hES cell technology in the basic sciences study of various clinical disorders. Following is a representative group of ...
by Roger Bartlett, Chris Gratton, Christer G. Rolf
There are several reasons why an athlete would use a plasma expander, such as hydroxyethyl starch (HES), in competition. One of the physiological adaptations to endurance training is expansion of the plasma section of the blood. Although ...
A Dictionary of Polite Literature; Or, Fabulous History of the Heathen Gods and Illustrious Heroes.. (1804)
HES. HES. not knowing where it grew, the ...
by Roger Bartlett, Chris Gratton, Christer Rolf
There are several reasons why an athlete would use a plasma expander, such as hydro xyethyl starch (HES), in competition. One of the physiological adaptations to endurance training is expansion of the plasma section of the blood. Although ...
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- Heinkel (von Ohain) HeS 3B, Reproduction
Studies begun by Dr. Hans von Ohain in 1933 led to a propulsion process in which compression and expansion were separated and carried out by a turbo compressor and turbine respectively. A model jet engine only partially functioned correctly, indicating a need for systematic development effort with industrial support and funding, leading to his employment with the Heinkel Corporation.
Von Ohain's gaseous hydrogen-powered turbojet engine designated HeS 1 ran successfully in early 1937. The HeS 3B engine, which evolved in 1938, used internal fuel gasification initially rather than the desired atomized liquid fuel injection system used in later versions. On August 27, 1939, the HeS 3B powered the Heinkel He 178 on the world's first flight of a turbojet powered aircraft.
This non-working reproduction was built by the German Engine Industry under the leadership of the M.T.U. Co. at the request of the Deutsches Museum of Munich, Germany, from plans drawn by Dr. von Ohain.
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