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Synonyms for ha-ha

words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

Synonyms for ha-ha

a loud laugh that sounds like a horse neighing

a ditch with one side being a retaining wall

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The AHA urges fast action by anyone who suspects they or a loved one are suffering a heart attack.
The bacterial isolates Kushneria avicenniae (AHT), Halomonas venusta (APA) and Arthrobacter mysorens (AHA) have shown significant increase of 9, 19.5 and 35.7% in root length of inoculated plants as compared to non-inoculated control treatments, respectively (Table 1).
AHA products are used in Network Transmission, WAN Optimization, Enterprise Storage, Satellite and Terrestrial Communications, and a wide variety of other systems where data throughput and integrity are vital.
'Because of this, the Philippines is supportive of proposals to strengthen the AHA Center in terms of manpower, training and reach,' he added.
"This certification provides an important way for hospitals to distinguish themselves, and, more importantly, it helps raise the bar for heart failure care nationwide," Clyde Yancy, M.D., voluntary chairman of the AHA Get With the Guidelines Committee, said in a statement.
"The launch of 'Axis Aha!' takes the customer-centricity approach of the bank to an entirely different level as it lays a very strong foundation for artificial intelligence based voice and chat enabled 'conversational banking'.
The AHA Teaching Gardens are funded by donations from individuals, corporations, foundations and other community-based organizations.
A high LDL ("bad") cholesterol level is a well-known risk factor for heart disease, but a recent American Heart Association (AHA) survey found that there is widespread uncertainty about how to control cholesterol.
Aha, Naval Research Laboratory, who was honored for pioneering research contributions and high-impact applications in autonomous systems, machine learning, and case-based reasoning, and for extensive contributions to AAAI, including educating the broader AI community through AAAI doctoral consortia and video competitions.
American Heart Association (AHA) released their new 2015 guidelines for CPR.
Acquired hemophilia A (AHA) is a rare condition, with an approximate incidence of 1 case per million per year.
Caption: Figure 3: Number of mxAChR or [m.sub.2]AChR immunostained neurons (mjAChR-ir or [m.sub.2]AChR-ir) in the POA- AHA region throughout the oestrous cycle in the rat.