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What does HR stand for?

HR stands for Heavy Repair

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Tenders are invited for Renovation of Drawing section of DRM office for Air conditioning and Heavy repairs to corroded & damaged pipe lines in staff quarters of Fateh Ali CPH Punjab Nagar & Mawaiya colony leaky roof of staff quarters in East & West of Jail road colony Fateh Ali CPH Punjab Nagar Mawaiya colony and colony drains and main drains in staff quarters of East & West of Jail road colony Fateh Ali Hospital CPH Punjab Nagar Mawaiya colony Flooring in rooms and toilets of Diesel Driver running rooms at up yard LKO under ADEN-HQ/LKO Estimate no: 95-2014 96-2014 99-2014 101-2014 & 192-2014.
In mid-1965, with the United States deeply involved in the Vietnam War, the secretary of defense and the secretary of the Air Force sought to establish mobile engineering units--manned, trained and equipped to perform facility and airfield construction and heavy repair as hot spots developed.
CN broke ground today on the Winnipeg centre during a ceremony attended by CN employees, labour leaders, special guests Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger, Transcona Member of Parliament Lawrence Toet, Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz, and other provincial and local officials, in Transcona, home of CN's main Canadian heavy repair shops.
The second of those was particularly unfortunate as he appeared to receive a helping hand from Andre Compton, but the Slovenian only had himself to blame for the others and was left with heavy repairs to carry out on both his bikes ahead of tomorrow's return match with the Comets in Cumbria.
Bottom line for those of us trying to make it on a shoestring is that by learning how to do simple maintenance on a vehicle and budgeting for heavy repairs, you can extend the life of your second most expensive investment for years and years.
This obviously had a financially detrimental effect on the centre, which was compounded in the early years of the millennium when it incurred heavy repair and maintenance costs.