- Meteorology. relative humidity.
- right hand.
- Royal Highness.
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Examples from the Web for rh
Klopfer alleged in an interview with RH Reality Check that these anti-abortion groups have doctored his forms.Indiana’s Crazy Administrative Abortion Demands Have Doctors Racking Up the Violations
September 18, 2014
Policy watchdog RH Reality Check deemed it “one of the most extreme pieces of anti-choice legislation in the country.”Michigan’s Abortion Bombshell: GOP Gets Last-Minute Restrictions
December 29, 2012
RH: One of the most important things to avoid in a green project is tearing down existing buildings.
RH: The planking system drains into the plantings so only about 20 percent of the rainwater will go into the sewer system.
RH: The one thing that got lost was a glass-bottom swimming pool over 14th Street that was just too expensive.
It is stated, however, that in past years the specimens of Rh.
A variety of this species with hairy ears, from Assam, has been separated as a distinct form, under the name of Rh.
The molars are three, and the incisors usually orange in colour; but sometimes the upper incisors are white as in Rh.
Duisburg (dis-bu¨rh), a flourishing town in Rhenish Prussia, 13 miles north of Dsseldorf.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Governor Bradford mentions that the house was robbed by some "Isle of Rh gentlemen" in 1632.Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast
Samuel Adams Drake
- right hand
- rhesus (esp in Rh factor)
- Royal Highness
- (Republic of) Haiti (international car registration)
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- The symbol for rhodium.
- A rare, silvery-white metallic element that is hard, durable, and resistant to acids. It is used as a permanent plating for jewelry and is added to platinum to make high-temperature alloys. Atomic number 45; atomic weight 102.905; melting point 1,966°C; boiling point 3,727°C; specific gravity 12.41; valence 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. See Periodic Table.
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