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EABAEuropean Amateur Boxing Association
EABAEuropean Algae Biomass Association (Italy)
EABAEnglish Amateur Billiards Association
EABAEnd All Be All (role-playing game)
EABAEast Allegheny Business Association (Pittsburgh, PA)
EABAEuropean Association for Behaviour Analysis (various locations)
EABAEndogenous Avidin-Binding Activity
EABAEast African Beekeepers Association
EABAEmployee Analysis by Account
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The EABA members, in turn, informed Dominguez and Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez that they are interested in contributing to the economic reform agenda of the Duterte administration, by setting up businesses, which they said are "an important contributor to economic prosperity."
Dominguez told the Eaba that the government has been 'very transparent' in its transactions, and continues to pursue reforms in the tax system following the enactment this year of the first package of the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP).
The EABA is pleased that algae are at the head of this list, before straw, wood waste, sewage sludge and biomass fraction of mixed municipal waste.
These data were previously presented at the First International ABA conference (Venice 2001), the Experimental Analysis of Behavior Group conference (London 2002), the EABA conference (Parma 2003), and the British Psychological Society, Northern Irish branch (2003).
The EABA, which will not finalise its squad until later in the summer, told Junior Xsport: "The event will see all of the affiliated countries of the European Amateur Boxing Association compete.
When we consider the more appropriate case of counting repeated letters only once, several more words are perfect, all for PN 6: abac, abaca, bacaba, bacca, Caaba and eaba. (All are in Web-3 except abac, from OSW.) However, none of these is a common word in the West, although Caaba (or Kaaba, the sacred shrine in Mecca) is common in Islamic countries, of course.
Welsh International EABA and AIBA referee and judge
Recently sacked by the ABS as their International Liaison Officer (and, consequently, from his positions with AIBA and EABA), he spoke of taking legal action to regain his place.
HARTLEPOOL'S John Murphy battled through to the final of the EABA ranking event at Woking before being pipped by Phil Mumford.
Billy Joe Saunders is the subject of a disciplinary investigation by the EABA.
Highfields puncher Luke George proved too strong for Barry Eastend's Joshua Petre, forcing two standing eight counts in the opening round before international EABA referee Don Owen called a halt.