an expression of puzzlement or discovery.
"hello!" or an equivalent greeting.
to greet with "hello".
hello! they already live among us, people who smoke bath salts and eat faces, etc off other people…extreme meth addicts…let me tell you from personal experience, they lose their humanity…but this is a great disaster prep article…if the drug problem in this country doesn’t get under control…it can only get worse… cdc.gov
i’m thinking of privileged college-bound kids here, those who, instead of being hugged by loving family members (hello, feel-good brain chemical dopamine!), cuddled by purring or slobbering pets (hello, even more dopamine!), surrounded by their close friends and maybe a loving boyfriend or girlfriend, and sleeping in their familiar home filled only with people who care about them, find themselves suddenly alone. or, rather, “alone.” everydayhealth.com
hello kitty is a popular cartoon character created in 1974 by the sanrio company of japan. hello kitty is a white, mouthless female kitten who lives in a seemingly perfect world. kind, friendly and impossibly cute, she cheerfully offers benign advice like "hello kitty says be yourself!" although sanrio had been producing hello kitty products since the 1970s, in the mid-1980s hello kitty mania swelled and she became one of the most prominent and recognizable japanese characters on earth, found on everything from handbags to bath towels. factmonster.com
amelia bachlada: hello, everyone. i'm so excited to talk about supporting the arts with infants and toddlers with you today. this is such a fun topic, so let's dive right in, and thank you to everybody who's hopped on the group chat and said hello. it's great to see you all. okay. so, today we're going to talk about a couple different things. we're going to talk about how integrating the arts into activities supports general school readiness across all of the elof domains. we're going to look at four key environmental elements that support learning through the arts, and we're going to look at some activities and strategies for scaffolding and supporting children's learning and development through the arts. and our agenda for today is going to look a little bit like this. hhs.gov
hello kitty is a popular cartoon character created in 1974 by the sanrio company of japan. hello kitty is a white, mouthless female kitten who lives in a seemingly perfect world. kind, friendly and impossibly cute, she cheerfully offers benign advice like "hello kitty says be yourself!" although sanrio had been producing hello kitty products since the 1970s, in the mid-1980s hello kitty mania swelled and she became one of the most prominent and recognizable japanese characters on earth, found on everything from handbags to bath towels. infoplease.com
sleepless in hollywood: tales from the new abnormal in the movie business db77261 9 hours 15 minutes by lynda obst read by kristin allison reporter-turned-producer and author of hello, he lied (db44151) describes what she calls the “cataclysmic change” occurring in the movie business in the twenty-first century. highlights the collapse of the dvd market and hollywood studios’ growing reliance on international sales. some strong language. bestseller. 2013. loc.gov
"it was a beautiful moment to see him in normal clothes, standing with one of his sons, and his mom at his side waving hello as i walked in," dr. park says. "even though his mri did not look good initially, our aggressive and sensitive care — and not giving up on him in the face of significant challenges — made all the difference." mayoclinic.org
moderator: hello and welcome to today's health focus program. i would like to begin by welcoming paticia monaghan, author of meditation the complete guide to the program. thank you for joining us here today. can you begin today's discussion by telling everyone a little bit about your background and area of expertise. medicinenet.com
hope rugo, md: hello. welcome to this virtual roundtable, where we will be discussing some of the key data that emerged from this year's asco meeting. i'm hope rugo, professor of medicine and director of breast oncology and clinical trials education at the university of california san francisco's comprehensive cancer center. medpagetoday.com
hello everyone! first time contributor here, excited to be part of a group of medical students sharing stories and experiences in hopes that something clicks with you, makes you wonder, or nod your head and smile. so, to myself, welcome (i’m relaying the warm welcome i’ve gotten from the people behind the scenes). merckmanuals.com
hello! my name is nina schor, and i am the deputy director at the national institute of neurological disorders and stroke (ninds). i have been here at ninds for just over a year, so i am still a relative newcomer. when i thought about how i could contribute to the ninds mission, i immediately seized on the idea of writing a blog for the public. nih.gov