Hau


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Hau

A super-division of the Tongan pa'anga. One hau is equal in value to 100 pa'anga; hau are issued as commemorative coins and generally do not circulate.
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Working with Hau, WXY's leadership plans to extend the studio's reach with more innovative cultural projects ranging from architecture, urban development, and civic infrastructure to environmental design and public open spaces.
Hau stressed that the city has built a friendly environment for the cloud industry after years of investment in information infrastructures.
Hau, who has 20 years of financial services experience, has most recently served as vice president of the financial services division for Livonia, Michigan-based Market Strategies International, where he provided business-focused market research to develop new client relationships.
At a certain magnetic field strength, Hau says, interactions between the imprint and the rest of the atoms start to become repulsive, and the imprint separates from the cloud like a drop of oil in water.
Hau said Songshan has direct flights to Shanghai, Tokyo and soon Seoul, and he believes there is a good chance to link up with Hong Kong as well.
Mr Hau, who gradually returned to work full-time in the restaurant, also suffers from headaches and distress at the memory of the attack.
To Hau, this question cannot be answered in terms of the history of science alone.
Though begun under former SVT chief engineer John Coletti as the Mustang Cobra's replacement, the GT500 enters production under the watchful eyes of new SVT head Hau Thai-Tang.
We managed to push them back into the water, but they returned to the beach," Hau said.
Both Lee and Hau were summoned by the Taipei District Court to testify Monday as witnesses in a closed-door trial, local media said.
Na yn bendant, nid amser dechrau aredig, oedd Tridiau'r deryn du, ond amser hau ceirch.
When Michaela Hau and Martin Wikelski of Princeton University mimicked light changes for Panamanian antbirds in an aviary, as few as 17 minutes of extra light triggered gonad maturation.