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EEA

Abbreviation for:
end-to-end anastomosis
European Economic Area 
eversion endarterectomy
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"The creation of a licensed EU subsidiary or affiliate does not, however, address the issue that a UK insurer may not be able to service existing EEA contracts following a loss of passporting rights," said the report.
The financial contributions of EFTA states, to reduce the economic and social differences of in the EEA states, are the price of accessing the internal market of the EU without being its full member.
Meanwhile, the number of nurses and midwives joining the register from EU and EEA countries is also declining.
Brexit Secretary Mr Davis told MPs that when the UK leaves the EU "the EEA agreement will no longer operate in respect of the United Kingdom".
Interestingly, there was no difference between [DELTA][H.sub.mf] and [DELTA][H.sub.m] for EEA, which indicates that the ionic structure affects structural changes in polyethylene and its secondary crystals.
"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.
At the same time, EEA EFTA membership has dwindled.
But even if people are from the EEA, if they are jobless or not looking for work they are not eligible for income-related benefits.
Saeed Mohammad Al Tayer, Managing Director & CEO of Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), and Chairman of EEA, and H.E.
(EEA), an Arlington, Va.-based, 27-person consulting firm that specializes in energy market analyses, modeling, transportation and energy technology, and environmental advisory services.