EDON

AcronymDefinition
EDONEconomic Development Officers Network (Canada)
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Edon warned that while connectivity provides businesses with many advantages, it also adds a number of risks that must be accounted for.
Co-authored by Edon 'Chris' Christensen (president of the management consulting firm Christensen Associates Inc.
As the war in Iraq continues, the number of "care packages" donated to troops has declined, but two Edon, Ohio, women are trying to keep donations high.
Amy Lynn King became the bride of Robert Ryan Hunt in an elegant evening ceremony at Edon Baptist Church in Stringer on December 17, 2005.
One case in point is found in its Edon, Ohio, facility.
At the other end of the table, Clontarf grabbed a 34-13 win over Ballymena, and tries from Daire Higgins, Ollie Winchester, Ben Gissings and Edon Burns helped gain them a bonus point.
The names of these missing former classmates are: J C 'Teddy' Edon, Gerald Findon, Billy Gibbard, Walter Greenhouse, A J Harris, Malcolm Harris, Peter Ireland, M Ralph, Brian Reeves, Michael Thomewell, Mitchell Vaughan and Derek Webb.
Mindy Lambert and Edon Cohen have been honored with 2001 Outstanding Volunteer awards from the Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department.
EPON is currently jointly owned by Dutch distribution and supply companies NUON and EDON, which are both completing mergers of their own.
set up by@Home (a joint company the US business At Home established for the venture), Palet Kabelcom, a Dutch teleservices company, and Edon, a Dutch Internet services company.
His novels include Dos Hoyz fun Noyekh Edon (1913; The Generations of Noah Edon), which portrays the deterioration of Jewishness in America and argues against assimilation.
The Company has had a very busy year, closing the going public transaction, building a new treat manufacturing facility in Edon, Ohio and developing a new line of food for dogs to be sold under the Darford Zero/G[R] brand.