or h.p., HP
- Electricity. high power.
- high pressure.
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HP is being replaced by a technology firm that already is a service firm, and has always been one.
But like many other manufacturers, HP has seen its core business suffer as competition rises and margins grow thinner.
“The company [Dell] faces an extended period of uncertainty and transition that will not be good for its customers,” HP said.Dell’s Unlikely Suitor: Behind Microsoft’s $2 Billion Buy In
February 5, 2013
Much of the blame has to fall on HP for rushing into an overpriced purchase.
Talking to shareholders, HP says it relied on the work of these advisors.
The engine of 120 hp was in one hull and two boilers were in the other.
Since that time Captain Woolson has built four of the engines, all of 200 hp.
To supply the additional 2000 hp, 200 lb of oxygen are fed into the intake air during the take-off.
Makinang may kapasidad nga kwarintay singku kabalyus, A motor with a capacity of 45 hp.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan
John U. Wolff
The experiments, which were commenced a month ago, were first completely negative, because the 24 HP.Langley Memoir on Mechanical Flight, Parts I and II
S. P. (Samuel Pierpont) Langley and Charles M. (Charles Matthews) Manly
- British hire-purchase
- high pressure
- (in Britain) Houses of Parliament
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