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What does HT stand for?

HT stands for High Threshold

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Attorney-General Nicola Roxon earlier said the government was open to discussing new ways of tackling illegal drug use but warned there was a high threshold of community resistance to relaxing existing laws.
The theory deals with rare events--what many textbooks call outliers and recommend throwing away--and the probabilistic part of it describes the limiting distribution of sample extremes and number of exceedances of high thresholds.
Being a leader in providing best technology and speeds, this initiative by Batelco is part of continuous efforts to maximise customers' Internet experience by offering different broadband packages which suit all customers' needs, from low to heavy users, with high threshold and free unlimited usage after threshold, at speed of up to two Mbps, the company said in a statement.
With the automotive and machinery industries recovering with strong demand growth, stimulating a rise in the HSS and die market and the special steel industry's high threshold due to complicated technology and know-how, only a few leading suppliers, such as Tiangong, can enjoy such rise.
As Randy Zook, president and CEO of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, has noted, $500 million and 500 employees is a high threshold, too high for many desirable companies considering locating in the state.