MOH

Ministry of Health. New Zealand
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MOH

Ministry of Health. New Zealand
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Moh

Moh (Sanskrit muh: “to become stupefied, to be bewildered or perplexed, to err, to be mistaken”) stands in ancient texts for perplexity or confusion as also for the cause of confusion, that is, avidya or ajnana (ignorance or illusion). In another context, it stands for “the snare of worldly illusion, infatuation.” Its function is twofold:
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MoH

==Summary== A film poster for Aliens. Source: IMP Awards == Fair use rationale for Aliens == ==License== ==Original uploader information (this version)== ...
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MOH

Medical Officer of Health
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moh

Medal Of Honor
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Moh

A categorization of minerals according to their hardness--resistanceto scratching. Diamond is the hardest and talc is the softest.
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Moh

A gauge of hardness among minerals. Not to be confused with hardness as determined by ASTM C241 test.
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MOH

Medal of Honor
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