hmu


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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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Inside the Aung Myin Hmu centre supervisors not only learn sewing, quality control and monitoring, but also communication.
In this section we are going to show the simulation results for the four main components of the system board (TMU, HMU, ROM, and CU).
The new HMU will provide flexibility and reliability to overall refinery operations, a company statement said.
A 0.120 x 0.060 inch plastic piece, which was left inside the HMU unit unintentionally, was what had caused the accident, according to the initial technical report.
(AP Photo/Kevin Rivoli) SCOTLAND People take part in a torchlight procession through Edinburgh as part of the pre Hogmanay celebrations Danny Lawson/PA Wire BURMA Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, left, receives a kiss from a supporter as she visits Kaw Hmu where she won a parliament seat during by the April by-election in Yangon, Myanmar.
This certification acknowledges the design of ERA equipment meets all certification requirements for use as a WAM surveillance system and an HMU. The certification process involved verification of the operational results of ERA's deployed WAM and HMU systems, and the extensive audit of the documentation and production process used at ERA facilities.
That way, you avoid breaking the engine's temperature bulb, alternator connector, starter speed sensor wiring, bleed air tube and the hydromechanical unit (HMU).
On the one hand was the fashionista, the epitome of the khit hmu thu as consumer, referred to as a girl/daughter of the advancement era (tet khit thami) or fashionable woman (khit hsan thu), who was pre-occupied with self-indulgent consumption (p 96).
Number one on the list is 'HMU', a short hand for Hit Me Up.
The view offered of minority cultural practices continues to be valuable but seems to come through a particular lens: it is of interest that a creation epic of the Miao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (the People's Republic umbrella term for the Hmong, Hmu, A-Hmao, and associated peoples of the southwest) is performed as a call-and-response among two or more singers, especially given the format of a classical text such as the "Tianwfen," [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], but it could be dangerously misleading that denizens of the version given here are named in Pinyin and not, for instance, in the Hmong Romanized Popular Alphabet (pp.
In response to this, the JAMS PO is developing Health Monitoring Units (HMU) to be installed in the round with an external indicator to display key operational data.
BACH: Brandenburg Concertos (Harmonia Mundi HMU 807461.62) There are also fascinating notes to this set of Bach's six Brandenburg Concertos, not least because they attempt to convince us of the mathematical background behind the music's spontaneous sounding structures.
On my many visits to the Miao (Hmu, Ah Hmao, Hmong and Qho Xiong) in China, I, too have found that the peoples included under the lumping name, "Miao," with the exceptional few, strongly believe that Chi You was their ancestral king.
However, using indicative cost estimates to 'paint the picture', a typical investment for a refinery in two new hydrotreating units, of 30,000 to 40,000 barrels per day (bpd) capacity, to achieve 10 ppm sulphur for mogas and diesel, including a small new hydrogen manufacturing unit (HMU), can be up to $500 million, when taking into account both inside (primary units) and outside (tankage, utilities, pipeline) battery limit investments.
In addition, P&G is making a presentation on consumer readiness at Health Mart University (HMU), which launched on July 7 in Las Vegas at the 2008 McKesson Pharmacy Strategies Conference.