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hmu

slang An abbreviation for "hit me up," meaning "contact me." If anyone's doing anything tonight, hmu.
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The two contend that primordial RNA would have contained HMU at many sites where modern RNA has uracil.
In the ground movement monitor role, HMU technology is used in conjunction with Mode C SSR transmissions to "tag" aircraft as they move about an airfield.
Before September, people used it equally throughout the week, but as school started back up, Facebook now sees huge upsurges of people using HMU during free time on the weekends.
additional HMU development work initiated by the RMA.
This can be done on the aircraft without removing the HMU.
Warwick Edwards [Wyton: King's Music, 1995]), and recorded (Consort Songs, Emma Kirkby/Fretwork, Harmonia Mundi France HMU 907383 [2004], CD).
Baltic Voices 1 Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir/Paul Hillier (Harmonia Mundi HMU 907311)
Not so with John Butt's reading of Frescobaldi II primo libro di capricci (Harmonia Mundi, HMU 907178, rec 1996), which is something of a tour de force.
Comprised of five of North America's leading independent consulting firms - Automated Horizons, Best Law Firm Solutions, HMU Consulting, InTouch Legal and Legal-Tech Solutions, Inc.
Melanie Arancillo, head of the HMU, they have already finished with the 2017 annual procurement plan.
This is both unfortunate and surprising, given the quality of the group's most recent recording, a very winning account of church music by Orlando Gibbons (With a Merrie Noyse: Second Service and Consort Anthems, Harmonia Mundi HMU 907337 [2004]).
1 in audiophile-grade DSD sound (Telarc CD-80545, featuring the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yoel Levi), we thought a natural comparison would be to the audiophile-oriented Harmonia Mundi release that garnered high praise for its sonic virtues when it was released back in 1994 (Harmonia Mundi HMU 907118, featuring the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by James Judd).
John Butt's important new recording Johann Kuhnau: the Biblical Sonatas (Harmonia Mundi HMU 907133, rec 1995) offers lively interpretations of these celebrated programmatic pieces.
It remains a landmark in the history of printed music, and selected contents have been recorded in a variety of configurations, recently and notably in a fine 2002 collection by Fretwork (Harmonia Mundi HMU 907291).