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EEA

Abbreviation for:
end-to-end anastomosis
European Economic Area 
eversion endarterectomy
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Liberal Democrat Brexit Spokesperson Tom Brake also pushed for a vote on leaving the EEA, saying: "David Davis is needlessly ruling out an option that could prevent a catastrophic Brexit and protect British jobs.
Figure 6 shows VST of EEA and EEA-based ionomers plotted against the degree of crystallinity.
Looking back, we can state that the EEA Agreement has been successful in its mission to foster economic integration in Europe.
Opponents, for their part, believed that voting against the EEA was the only way for Switzerland to survive the new European landscape.
1) Viewed simply, the EEA criminalizes the theft of confidential business information.
Mutual recognition will soon expand to cover all EEA countries.
The book summarizes and explains the basic principles governing the relationship between EEA law and the national legal systems while searching for similarities and differences with EC law.
The EEA Council recognised that the close partnership between the EU and the EEA EFTA States was the best guarantee of long-term shared prosperity and stability.
It does not, however, provide access for the EEA EFTA Member States to the EU's institutions and decision-making processes.
This EEA was awarded by the Government of the Republic of Chad.
Eastern Scandinavia and the Mediterranean basin will be the hardest hit by the warming that will affect Europe from 2021, adds the EEA, whose online analysis is illustrated by maps (1) .
However increases in demand continue to outstrip positive innovations," said EEA executive director Jacqueline McGlade.