AEO

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AcronymDefinition
AEOAmerican Eagle Outfitters
AEOAuthorised Economic Operator (EU)
AEOAnnual Energy Outlook (US DoE, EIA)
AEOAfrican Economic Outlook
AEOAssociation for Enterprise Opportunity
AEOAgricultural Extension Officer (various organizations)
AEOAssociation of Exhibition Organisers
AEOAssociation of Event Organisers (UK)
AEOAlpha Epsilon Omega (Armenian fraternity)
AEOAtomic Energy Organization
AEOArranged Employment Opinion (Canada)
AEOAssistant Executive Officer
AEOAir Electronics Officer (Royal Air Force)
AEOAll Engines Operating
AEOApplications Electroniques de l'Ouest (French electronics manufacturer)
AEOAboriginal Education Officer (Equity Standards Branch, Department of Education, Tasmania)
AEOAlternative Episcopal Oversight
AEOAll Except One
AEOAssociation de l'Ecole Odontologique (French: Association of Dental Schools)
AEOAllah'a Emanet Ol (Turkish)
AEOAdvanced Environmental Options, Inc. (Spartanburg, SC)
AEOAlliance Executive Office
AEOAir Engineer Officer
AEOAda Executive Officer
AEOAirworthiness Engineering Organizations
AEOApple Events Object model
AEOActual Exhaust Oxygen
AEOArmy Energy Office (US Army)
AEOAcoustoelectrical Oscillator
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USA's reliance on imported oil for energy supplies would keep going down, underlines the just released Annual Energy Outlook 2015 (AEO), the shorter edition of the US Energy Information Administration's much awaited outlook report.
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Addressing the annual energy outlook conference of the U.
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