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EEA

Abbreviation for:
end-to-end anastomosis
European Economic Area 
eversion endarterectomy
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m1] of the present EEA-based ionomers appeared 1 day after molding and that it was also observed for EEA, which did not contain ionic groups.
The EEA is playing a significant role in promoting the culture of rational use of resources by encouraging positive competitiveness at the individual and organisational levels.
EEA membership provides invaluable access to the Single Market for the EEA EFTA States.
Serge Gaillard, an economist and general-secretary of the Swiss Trades Union Federation, discredits the notion that rejection of EEA membership had any direct negative consequences for the Swiss economy and says that economic integration is an engine for reform for both Europe and Switzerland.
EEA said the report reveals that Ireland experienced a 130-percent rise in GHG emissions from transport -- excluding aviation and maritime -- while Germany experienced only a five-percent increase.
ING Real Estate, the Capital Group Moscow, and J & T Global of Bratislava have all come back for more and EEA have always found appreciative clients in their base country.
EEA also provides strategic planning and regulatory support to all segments of the natural gas industry.
The Alps are crucial in terms of water supply, not only to the eight alpine countries, but to a huge part of continental Europe, feeding many of the major rivers," said the EEA.
One of the most contentious issues has been whether, and in what circumstances, there are legitimate reasons to object to re-packaging, which frequently takes place in light of the different languages spoken in different EEA countries.
A person marrying a non EEA national will no longer be able to get married like other UK residents.
All other Member States and EEA member countries with emissions targets under the Kyoto Protocol anticipate that they will meet their commitments.
The article is based on my more extensive report, Iceland and EEA, 1994-2011, published by The Norwegian EEA Review Committee in March 2011.