using the 1,000 - 10,000 parallelism in several places in the Book of Mormon (Alma 3:26 & 60:22, 3rd Nephi 3:22 and 4:21, and Helaman 3:24-26).
What does HEL stand for?
HEL stands for Helaman (Book of Mormon)
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We have 67 other meanings of HEL in our Acronym Attic
- Human Embryo Kinase (cell biology)
- Human Embryonic Kidney Cells
- Human Epidermal Keratinocyte
- Human Embryonal Kinase 2
- Human Embryonic Kidney Cell Line 293
- Higher Education Knowledge and Technology Exchange
- Hove Edegem Kontich Lint Aartselaar (Dutch: Your Local Police Online)
- Hardware Emulation Layer
- Harvard Education Letter (newsletter)
- Header Extension Length (ATMF)
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Khost: Hayatullah Wazir, 4343 votes and Wali Khan Helaman, 3236 votes, to replace Humayun, 3107 votes and Liaqatullah Babkarkhel, 1604 votes.
Seven roads are expected to be favored: Pecos Road, between Russell and Viking roads and again between El Dorado Lane and Sunset Road; Bermuda Road between Hidden Well Road and Sunset; Decatur between Gary Avenue and Pebble Road; Nellis Boulevard between Russell and Tropicana; Maryland Parkway between King Richard Avenue and Sahara Avenue; Carey Avenue between Pecos and Lamb Boulevard; and Palm Street between Emerald and Helaman avenues.
Helaman Escobar, Director of DNA Sequencing at Eurofins MWG Operon states, "In addition to the many customer benefits of GeneSifter, we will also realize more efficient operations through the implementation.
Mathematician and sculptor Helaman Ferguson of Laurel, Md.
Developing the art of telecarving a minimal surface The Song From the outside, Helaman Ferguson's modest, two-car garage resembles just about any other garage in his suburban neighborhood near Laurel, Md.
It's a curious finding," says Helaman Ferguson of the Supercomputing Research Center in Bowie, Md.
Each of these creations, realized in stone and bronze by mathematician and sculptor Helaman R.