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ERA

Abbreviation for electronic remittance advice.

effective radiating area

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ERA

The area of a therapeutic ultrasound head that produces useful ultrasonic energy, measured in square centimeters (cm2). The effective radiating area is calculated by identifying all points where the ultrasonic energy is at least 5% of the maximum measured intensity at the transducer's surface.

Era

a division of geological time, such as Cenozoic, Mesozoic, Palaeozoic, which is itself divided into periods. See GEOLOGICAL TIME.
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The ERA was first introduced to Congress in 1923, three years after women earned the right to vote.
The ERA faced rigorous requirements before it could become law.
Commencement of the Fusion Era depends on the successful development of high-density, ultra-small, multi-featured semiconductor chips and multi-faceted, cross-industry solutions.
However, further innovations in the design of architecture for electronics components and more efficient use of raw materials are critical to achieving additional advancements that will pave the way to the new era.
ERAS offers compatibility with all existing pertinent provisions of the Check 21 Act to all its customers in all its products.
Wilson, ERAS was formed for the express purpose of developing and marketing a new generation of integrated banking software applications bundled.
ERA Technology is an independent company, originally established in 1920 as the Electrical Research Association.
These countries are eager to have similar ease of processing, and ERAS Mexico is eager to help them find it.
94 ERA) pitching in middle relief, is better than the Diamondbacks, whose bullpen ERA (3.
But the crucial role that hard drives play, especially in today's digital Consumer Era, has transposed the previously lowly hard drive into what's now a bragging right.
As the opening speaker at the 2001 Consumer Electronics Show, Intel Corporation President and CEO Craig Barrett will introduce the "Extended PC Era," setting the stage for a future in which more consumer products go digital and interconnect with powerful home PCs.