That action halted hand-overs of the 787, the world's first jetliner built chiefly of composite materials, and sent Boeing rushing to find a work-around.
What does HO stand for?
HO stands for Hand-Over
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 13 other meanings of HO in our Acronym Attic
- HJ Heinz Co (stock symbol)
- Hogwarts New Zealand (gaming)
- Hormonsko Nadomestno Zdravljenje (Slovenian: Hormone Replacement Therapy)
- Housing New Zealand
- Housing New Zealand Corporation
- Hexagonal Nanostructured Zeolite Particles (environmental engineering)
- Half O Scale
- Hammer On (guitar technique)
- Hand Off
- Hand Orthosis
Samples in periodicals archive:
Their warning came just hours after the ambulance service missed its target for Category A calls for the ninth month in a row, with a spokesman saying that delays in patient hand-overs due to busy A&E units was partly to blame.
This came just days after the ambulance service missed its target for category A calls for the ninth month in a row, with a spokesman saying that delays in patient hand-overs due to busy A&E units were partly to blame.
So to make up for what GB lack in outright pace, the British quartet appear to be pushing right to the limit on their hand-overs, a dangerous but in their opinion worthwhile risk.
We don't take hand-overs from the public," says Gary Noble, supervisor at the centre, "I'd say 95% of the animals come via the inspectors.
People often remark on the lively hand-overs I exchanged with Tony Blackburn on Radio London during the eighties.
The pair had agreed to be civil for the sake of their children - and weekend custody hand-overs have been working well.
He added: "The implementation of sustainable development in its comprehensive framework is the ideal solution for such crises in the construction sector as shortages in building materials, the delays in property hand-overs, and the shortage of skilled labour".