With a long history of coal mining and heavy industry and the aforementioned winter gloom, Germany is not the country you'd naturally think of as a solar power.
What does HCM stand for?
HCM stands for History of Coal Mining
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- Health Care Maintenance
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- Hermite-Cloud Method
- High Capacity Mount
- High Capacity Multiplexing
- High Council Members (gaming)
- High-Performance (Voice) Compression Module (Cisco)
- Highest Common Multiple (mathematics)
- Highway Capacity Manual
- Hispanic Consumer Market (sector)
- Hitachi Cable Manchester (Manchester, NH)
- Hitachi Construction Machinery (Japan)
- Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
- Hollow Cathode Magnetron (semiconductors)
- Honda Canada Manufacturing
- Hord Coplan Macht (design firm; Baltimore, MD)
- Horiko Capital Management (Japan)
- Horizontal Connection Module (energy production)
- House Concurrent Memorial (US Congress)
- Human Capital Management
Samples in periodicals archive:
Morgan Griffith, a Republican from Virginia, a state with a long history of coal mining.
It refers to the history of Newcastle so anyone who's lived here for years and who has family here can connect to it, especially if they have any history of coal mining and shipbuilding in their family.
Now, officials from Banska Stiavnica want to make a formal bond with a town or village in Wales with a history of coal mining.
He said: "The children helped create a wonderful design while at the same time they learned about the history of coal mining in the area.
The history of coal mining unions is a fundamental feature of labour history in Australia and internationally.
DAW MILL Colliery has achieved the highest annual output in the history of coal mining in Britain.
ABSTRACT The rich history of coal mining and grindstone quarrying at Joggins, Nova Scotia, prior to Lyell's visit in 1842 is less well known than its subsequent history.