Research from the Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living, tracking lifestyle priorities from 2001 up to August 2002, shows an overwhelming interest in the subject.
What does HILL stand for?
HILL stands for Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living (Japan)
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- Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography (HPLC)
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- High Intensity Laser Laboratory (est. 1994; Department of Experimental Physics; University of Szeged; Szeged, Hungary)
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- Hus Institute for Lay Leadership (Texas)
- His/Her Illustrious Highness
- Harmonic and Individual Lines plus Noise (algorithm)
- Health Information for London Online (UK)
- High In - Low Out (aviation, military)
- High Insertion Low Opening
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living put this question to 381 Tokyoites between the ages of 18 and 76.
HILL, the Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living, surveyed 364 adults holding university degrees about certain activities and came to the conclusion that science majors are much more precise in their habits than those who pursued liberal arts in college.