Abbreviations (1/5) - Grouped by first letter "h"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "h": Habitat/species management area, Halons, Halt, ...

Protected area managed mainly for conservation through management intervention. The areas covered may consist of nesting areas of colonial bird species, ...
Bromine-containing compounds with long atmospheric lifetimes, the breakdown of which in the atmosphere causes depletion of ozone. Halons are used in ...

Stop-off point generally open to passenger traffic only and not usually staffed.
Distance between two records on a matching key, measured by counting the number of variables with different scores.
According to the old version of the International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps (ICIDH) from WHO, handicap is a disadvantage for ...
All non-intellectually-oriented congresses and conferences constitute happenings in which hundreds of people participate in sporting, religious, social or ...

Improper behaviour directed at and which is offensive to a person by another person who reasonably knew the behaviour was offensive.
Cheese in which the MFFB (Moisture content on a fat-free basis) when refined is in general not less than 47 % and less than 55 %.
A black, natural fossil organic sediment with a gross calorific value of more than 23 860 kJ/kg (5 700 kcal/kg) in the ash-free condition and with the ...
Hard coal refers to coal of gross calorific value equal to or greater than 24 000 kJ/kg on an ash-free but moist basis and with a mean random reflectance of ...
Primary production of these commodities consists of quantities of fuels extracted or produced, calculated after any operation for removal of inert matter. ...
Constraint that should hold exactly
Reliable and methodologically sound data from official or organizational statistics that is comparable and roughly independent from the way it was measured.
Edit rule that identifies data errors with certainty.
Wet-process fibreboard of a density exceeding 0.8 g/cm³. It excludes similar products made from pieces of wood, wood flour or other ligno-cellulosic ...
E-money products that provide customers with a portable electronic device, typically an integrated circuit card containing a microprocessor chip (e.g. ...
Any species, strain or biotype belonging to the animal kingdom or plant kingdom or pathogenic agent injurious to plants or plant products.
Alignment, wherever possible, of the underlying concepts and definitions of both similar and disparate classifications to produce classifications which can ...
Harmonised Indices of Consumer Prices (HICPs) are harmonised inflation figures required by the Commission and the European Central Bank for the performance ...
The HICP-CT is defined as an index where tax rates are kept constant in the observation period, i.e. through time. Hence, in the event of a tax rate change, ...
The Harmonized System (HS) is a classification of goods by criteria based on raw materials and the stage of production of commodities. The industrial origin ...
The calendar year in which the harvest begins.
"Harvested area" means the part of the cropped area that is harvested. It can, therefore, be equal to or less than the cropped area.
"Harvested production" means production including on-holding losses and wastage, quantities consumed directly on the farm and marketed quantities, indicated ...
"Hatcheries and nurseries" means places for the artificial breeding, hatching and rearing through the early life stages of aquatic animals. For statistical ...
Establishment for incubating eggs, hatching and supplying chicks.
Unit of measurement representing any movement of a hauled vehicle over one kilometre. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the ...
A threatening event, or the probability of the occurrence of a potentially damaging phenomenon within a given time period and area.
Hazardous waste refers to the categories of waste to be controlled according to national legislation on hazardous waste or the Basle Convention on the ...
Household Budget Survey
The number of physical persons (full time and part time) employed by a unit.
Head count (HC) data measure the total number of persons who are mainly or partially employed on R&D. This allows links to be made with other series of data ...
That person in the household who is acknowledged as such by the other members. Countries may use the term they deem most appropriate to identify this person ...
Total number of individuals contributing to intramural R&D, at the level of a statistical unit or at an aggregate level, during a specific reference period ...
Title or caption of a document or section of a document.
Data entry with no error detection occurring at the time of entry. Data entered in a heads down mode is often verified by re-keying the questionnaire and ...
Data entry with a review at time of entry. Heads up data entry requires subject-matter knowledge by the individuals entering the data. Data entry is slower, ...
A digitizing technique that does not employ a digitizing table. Instead, features are traced with a mouse on-screen either from a scanned image displayed in ...
International framework for health data aimed at serving analysis and policy needs, national as well as European and international. The framework is ...
"Health and safety at work" means all elements related to the prevention and protection of the health and safety of workers at work in their current or past ...
This corresponds to the human health activities, veterinary activities and social work activities Groups of NACE Rev. 1.
Individual health care goods and services (that is provided directly to and consumed by individual persons).
This is a sub-class of Institutional Households. Health care institutions consist of convalescence establishments, establishments for the disabled, ...
Comprise health treatment and health care establishments providing accommodation, such as spas, thermal resorts, sanatoriums, mountain sanatoriums, ...
The components of the expenditure effected by the households in the field of health are: - expenditure refunded at a later date by the Social Security ...
Comprises services provided by doctors, nurses and paramedical and similar personnel, as well as laboratory and similar services, whether rendered remotely ...
It is defined as the total expenditure by those travelling for medical reasons.
All activities with the primary purpose of improving, maintaining and preventing the deterioration of the health status of persons and mitigating the ...
Type of financing arrangements through which people obtain health services, including both direct payments by households for services and goods and ...
Type of need that current expenditure on healthcare aims to satisfy or the kind of objective pursued.

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