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  • initialism High altitude cerebral edema


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  • The third, HACE, is again a potentially fatal form of AMS where the brain actually swells and stops functioning in a normal way.

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  • While HAPE and HACE are potentially fatal, they are rare in a well planned climb.

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  • If this was early HACE then the cure is to get down fast, which she did.

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  • HACE, for example, offers companies a variety of sponsorship options with guaranteed returns.

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  • "Although companies are still keen to invest money in diversity initiatives, they are certainly more careful about how they invest it," says Abe Tomás Hughes, chairman of the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), a Chicago-based nonprofit organization that promotes Latino career development.

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  • New Initiatives To help bridge the gap, organizations like Toigo, HACE and NSHMBA have created specific courses designed to cultivate leadership talent.

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  • The Ramas brothers escorted Thea, and as they stepped out of the door, Silvo exclaimed, "HACE FRIO!" and threw his velvet coat about her shoulders.

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  • COMO SE HACE PAELLA The Paella plant (latin name: Turpis nidor posteri sero) The authentic paella plant which inspired one of the greatest dishes ever. - Articles related to Traders defy FDB ban on turkey tail

  • "My HACE 3100 Professor Diann Moorman showed us a photo of a baby smothered in peanut butter just a few days before the big game," Scott said.

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  • The longer a climber stays at this altitude, the more likely illness (HACE - high altitude cerebral edema - or HAPE - high altitude pulmonary edema) or death will occur.



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