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  1. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, an American publisher
    • 2012 May 21, “The Shrinking of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt”, in Publishers Weekly:
      In its filing, HMH blamed the recession and subsequent decline in school funding for what it acknowledged has been a “substantial decline” in revenue.
    • 2017 October 16, “Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Strengthens Executive Leadership Team, Appoints Slate of New Talent”, in CISION: PR Newswire:
      "With a passionate and talented team in place, I look forward to what's on the horizon for HMH as we deliver on our unique ability to provide truly integrated learning solutions," says Jack Lynch, President and CEO, HMH.
    • 2017 October 19, “Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Launches New Leadership Team”, in Education Week-:
      O'Neill worked most recently at Achieve3000, and previously at HMH, Pearson and National Geographic.
  2. Hamilton-Madison House, a settlement house in New York City
    • 2004, Icy Smith, Voices of healing: spirit and unity after 9/11 in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community:
      The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (CWCHC) and the Hamilton Madison House (HMH) took on new challenges following the aftermath of September 11 in meeting the mental health needs of its residents.
    • 2011, Luis Quiros -, An Other's Mind, →ISBN, page 19:
      I had met Gary in 1991 during an interview for the controller's position at Hamilton Madison House [HMH].
    • 2016 August 23, “The Dementia Dilemma: NY's Chinese Caregivers Find Support in Each Other”, in New America Media:
      Also, only one of the 10 senior daycare centers in Manhattan’s Chinatown serves elders with dementia, Hamilton-Madison House (HMH) Social Adult Day Center.
  3. History Meeting House, in Warsaw, Poland
    • 2010, Piotr Binder & Piotr Filipkowski, “Data Sharing and Archiving Qualitative and QL Data in Poland.”, in IASSIST Quarterly:
      The archive could not function and develop so intensively without the support of the History Meeting House (HMH), a municipal institution of culture established in 2006 on Karta's initiative.
    • 2015 March 23, “Poland in the Eyes of Dutch Photographer Willem Van De Poll”, in Communications Unlimited:
      The main focus of the History Meeting House (HMH) is the history of Central and Eastern Europe in the twentieth century. In HMH, history is presented through exhibitions, discussions, meeting cycles devoted to the history of Warsaw, screenings of feature films and documentaries, educational workshops, book launches, seminars and conferences.
    • 2015 April 6, Josh Seale, “History Meeting House in Warsaw”, in Studemts Abroad:
      The History Meeting House (HMH) is a municipal cultural institution that was founded in 2006 through the initiation of the KARTA Center, a non-governmental organization whose mission is to document and popularize the history of Poland and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century. The HMH also focuses on the 20th Century and attempts to make reach the common man by making history interactive and popular. To make history relatable, it presents the life stories of individuals through primary sources. In the words of the HMH’s mission statement, “We focus on those aspects of history which are frequently absent from course-books; it is easier to grasp the uniqueness of an epoch through stories of everyday life and fates of individuals.
  4. Holocaust Museum Houston, in Texas, United States
    • 2015 October 11, Shelby Hodge, “Holocaust Museum rededicates refurbished Danish rescue boat at special gathering”, in CultureMap Houston:
      More than 250 dignitaries and HMH supporters attended the event at which former Danish Ambassador Ole Philipson, whose family fled to Sweden on a Danish rescue boat, was guest speaker.
    • 2017 June 21, Catherine Lu, “Holocaust Museum Houston Announces Major Expansion Plans And A Record-Breaking $15 Million Donation”, in Houston Public Media:
      A multi-million dollar donation has enabled to HMH to move forward with plans to expand into the fourth largest Holocaust museum in the country.
    • 2017 June 22, Steve Jansen, “Inside Holocaust Museum Houston's $49.4 Million Renovation and Expansion”, in Houston Press:
      Backed by a $49.4-million capital expansion campaign, HMH will expand from its current 21,000-square-foot space to a 57,000-square-foot palace that will be renamed Holocaust Museum Houston, Lester and Sue Smith Campus. The Smiths, longtime backers of HMH, donated a $15 million matching grant to the renovation and expansion efforts.
  5. Huber-Mises-Hencky criterion, an alternative name for the von Mises yield criterion
    • 2013, Michal Zyczkowski, Creep in Structures, →ISBN:
      Most papers make use of the effective stress based on the Huber-Mises-Hencky (HMH) hypothesis, and consider either isotropic hardening (P. Perzyna [8]) or mixed isotropic-kinematic hardening (J.L. Chaboche [1]).
    • 2013, Károly Jármai & ‎József Farkas, Design, Fabrication and Economy of Metal Structures, →ISBN:
      Nonlinear with material model with without strain hardening is used for the end plate and the column flange. The HMH (Huber - Mises - Hencky) yield criterion is used.
    • 2016, Jan Awrejcewicz, Dynamical Systems: Modelling: Łódź, Poland, December 7-10, 2015, →ISBN:
      In the following figures, global view of the lining samples presenting temperature and equivalent Huber–Mises–Hencky (HMH) stresses distribution is shown (Figs. 8 and 9)
  6. Huntington Memorial Hospital, in Pasadena, California, United States
    • 1998, Residency Directory - Volume 1:
      HMH serves as a teaching affiliate of the University of Southern California School of Medidne and School of Pharmacy.
    • 2008, Daily Labor Report, page A-7:
      Sometime in the early 1980s, HMH began moving to 12-hour shifts, from the standard eight-hour shifts that had been the norm until then, the court wrote in its Sept. 14, 2007, decision.
    • 2008, BNA Human Resources Report - Volume 26, Issues 1-26, page 123:
      The restitution ordered by Superior Court Judge William A. MacLaughlin was a supplemental ruling to his decision, issued Sept. 14, 2007, that Huntington Memorial Hospital (HMH) had miscalculated both the regular rate of pay and overtime for employees working 12-hour shifts.
  7. Houston Methodist Hospital, part of the Texas Medical Center
    • 2014 September 14, Jennifer Kimrey, “Garcia joins Houston Methodist after 20 years in the US Navy”, in Chron:
      Harris Garcia joined Houston Methodist Hospital as director of security services in March 2014. Prior to joining HMH, Garcia spent over 20 years as a U.S. Naval officer in various positions, completing several operational deployments with Patrol Squadron Forty after completing flight school.
    • 2015 November, Stephen L Jones, Carol M Ashton, Lisa Kiehne, Elizabeth Gigliotti, Charyl Bell-Gordon, Maureen Disbot, Faisal Masud, Beverly A Shirkey, & Nelda P. Wray, “Reductions in sepsis mortality and costs after design and implementation of a nurse-based early recognition and response program”, in The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, volume 41, number 11:
      In 2005 Houston Methodist Hospital (HMH) established a Sepsis Care Management Performance Improvement (CMPI) committee and prioritized sepsis detection and management in its ICUs, using the approaches of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign.
    • 2015 December 14, Bonnie Gleason, “Researchers Genetically Tweak Prostate Cancer Cells to Go Suicidal”, in Trinity News Daily:
      Dr. E. Brian Butler, lead author of the study and head of the HMH’s Radiation Oncology department, explained how the experimental therapy works.
  8. Harrison Memorial Hospital, in Cynthiana, Kentucky
    • 2015 June 19, Mary Ann Kearns, “Dr. Robin Freeman, OB/GYN, joins HMH active staff”, in The Ledger Independent:
      Dr. Freeman comes to Cynthiana from Martin, Tenn. She is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and joined the HMH Physician Group: Obstetrics and Gynecology.
    • 2017 May 9, Josh Shepherd, “Healthcare :Ultraviolet Light's Eye-Opening Powers”, in The Lane Report:
      HMH administrators opted to spend a few million additional dollars for the system midway through a multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion, but are breathing easier in expectation of lower hospital-acquired infection rates for patients and staff along with extended life and curtailed maintenance costs for 14 HVAC air handlers.
    • 2017 August 15, Steve Flairty, “Kentucky by Heart: Vision, determination of a girl named Bruce brought college to Cynthiana”, in Northern Kentucky Tribune:
      Sheila Currans, CEO at HMC, praised Bruce’s work on the hospital’s board of directors, for her part in facilitating the supply of registered nurses, through the local college, for HMH.
  9. Hospitality Management Holding, a hotel corporation based in the UAE.
    • 2014 September 17, “du proudly congratulates Emirati executive, Hala Badri, on being named one of the Arab World's Most Powerful Women by Forbes Middle East”, in Zawya:
      Under the kind patronage of HE Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum, Badri is also the recent recipient of Hospitality Management Holdings' HMH Award for Excellence, in recognition of her commitment to corporate responsibility, and her contributions to initiatives in the UAE.
    • 2017 October 12, “Coral Dubai Al Barsha Now Managed by HMH”, in Travel Trade Weekly:
      Coral Dubai Al Barsha Hotel is now under the management of Hospitality Management Holding (HMH), with the company aiming to expand its presence in the UAE.
    • 2017 October 22, “HMH appoints director of technical services”, in Hotelier Middle East:
      HMH CEO Aboudi Asali stated: “We are delighted to welcome Ms. Al Ramadhi to our team."