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  • Human Metabolome Technologies

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Examples

  • Another OSS figure, more directly involved, was Helliwell's partner in the Florida bank holding company (called HMT and later Florida Shares) that owned the Bank of Perrine and the Bank of Cutler Ridge.

    Dandelion Salad

  • The two Orders in Council gave Her Majesty's Treasury ( "HMT") the ability to "designate" a person under the Order and to restrict all others from "dealing with" the designated person

    The Court

  • Just like the clothes she herself chose for work, with nice, sensible suntan hose underneath, the kind you got at the grocery store, nothing sheer, and flat-heeled pumps, no-nonsense leather handbag for the shoulder, solid HMT watch for the wrist, respectable gold jewelry in the ear.

    For the Sake of the Boy

  • HMT independent forecasts have 2.2 percent for 2011; 2.6 percent for 2012; and 2.6 percent for 2013.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • His move to the be HMT press chief was itself unusual.

    Departures and arrivals on Downing Street

  • Or is he being sent to HMT as Brown's enforcer, to make sure it doesn't put up a fight when No10 instructs it to spew out more dodgy figures?

    Departures and arrivals on Downing Street

  • What must really frustrate Brown is that the current total spending figures show a tiny downward movement - had his team (Ellam etc) been in HMT you can bet they'd have tweaked the inflation assumptions to produce a rise.

    Brown's Big Lie provokes Cabinet tension

  • On a separate point, I do (unlike Trumpeter) believe HMT will produce a lower total AME estimate because it includes dole costs, tax credit costs etc.

    Brown's Big Lie provokes Cabinet tension

  • It's great that the BBC has a presenter who understands immediately what the delay of a Spending Review implies, and who instantly rejected Mandelson's claim that we have to wait and see how the economy does - because, as he knows, no economist has a rosier forecasts than that portrayed by HMT in the Budget.

    Brown's big lie

  • To reassure the debt markets (on whom the UK government is now utterly dependent) HMT has concocted the theory of what Cameron brilliantly and instantly called the “trampoline” recovery.

    The top ten Brownies of Budget 2009

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