EAR


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AcronymDefinition
EAREnterprise Archive (file extension, Sun J2EE)
EAREast African Rift (continental zone)
EAREstimated Average Requirement
EAREuropean Agency for Reconstruction
EAREnd the Arms Race (Vancouver, Canada)
EAREarly Access Release (software)
EAREmergency Alert Radio (various companies)
EAREnterprise Application Archive
EARElektro-Altgeräte Register (German)
EAREvent Address Register
EARExport Administration Regulations
EAREnterprise Archive
EARExternal Access Register
EAREdwin Arlington Robinson (poet)
EAREarnings At Risk
EAREbert and Roeper (TV show)
EAREquivalent Annual Rate
EARErection All Risks (insurance)
EAREuropean Association of Radiology
EAREssen Auf Rädern
EARExport Administration Regulation
EARExpired Air Resuscitation
EAREnvironmental Assessment Remediation (various locations)
EAREnvironmental Assessment Report
EARExternal Auditory Receptor
EARElectronic Annual Report (various locations)
EAREquipment Acquisition Resources (Palatine, IL)
EAREarly Asthmatic Response
EAREstimated Additional Resources (uranium production)
EAREnergy Aware Routing (wireless network routing)
EARElectronic Account Resolution (IRS)
EAREducation and Auditory Research
EARExpress, Address, Resolve (leadership training)
EAREurope for Animal Rights
EAREquipment Approval Request (various organizations)
EAREnvironmental Auditing Roundtable
EAREnterprise Architecture Repository (web-based resource)
EARExpertises Automobiles Renson (Belgian automotive expertise firm)
EAREarly Asthmatic Reaction
EARElectronic Access to Information Resources
EARKearney, NE, USA - Kearney Municipal Airport (Airport Code)
EARExercise Analysis Report (various organizations)
EARExtensive Air Shower (cosmic rays)
EAREngineering Analysis Report
EARElectronically Agile Radar
EARElectro Acoustic Revue (Dublin, Ireland)
EAREavesdrop and Register (network algorithm)
EAREstimateur d'Aide au Remboursement (French: Repayment Assistance Estimator; Canada)
EARElder At Risk
EAREthnomusicology Archive Report (UCLA)
EAREAB Address Register
EAREngineering Action Request
EAREngine Access Ramp
EARElectronic Attack Reciever
EAREngineering Analysis Request
EAREvent Analysis Report
EAREarly Adverse Reaction
EAREngineering All Risks (insurance)
EAREagerly Awaiting Response
EAREffective Annualized Rate
EAREthics Advisory Review (panel)
EARExhaled Air Resuscitation
EARExclusive, Allow Read Access
EAREmployee Activity Record
EARElectronic Application Review
EARExpenditure Authorization Request
EAREmpresas Asociativas Rurales
EAREmployee Advisory Resources
EAREntity, Attribute, Relations (database modeling)
EAREmergency Aid Responder
EAREnhanced Alarm Reporting (TMN)
EAREmergency Action Room
EAREmergency Access Request
EARExplore-Acknowledge-Respond (listening technique)
References in classic literature ?
Yes; but the horse has no ears," said the smiling Pumpkinhead.
He found that, during the night, his ears had grown at least ten full inches!
Only thing against you is that ear, and I could almost iron it out myself.
Then she added, with a gesture of her head that set the little bells on her ears to tingling: "How do you like my new ear-rings?
But the ear of the whale is full as curious as the eye.
But he was covered with hair all over, on the inside of the arms as well as the outside, and even the ears themselves.
There was a lot of alleged witchcraft mixed up with it; and the story goes that a man-servant listening at the keyhole heard the truth in a talk between the King and Carr; and the bodily ear with which he heard grew large and monstrous as by magic, so awful was the secret.
Venus had risen above the branch, and the ear of the Great Bear with its shaft was now all plainly visible against the dark blue sky, yet still he waited.
But he called at every house, a'most, in the village; there's somebody else, mayhap, saw 'em in his ears, though I can't take upon me rightly to say.
At the thought of all this splendour, Hetty got up from her chair, and in doing so caught the little red-framed glass with the edge of her scarf, so that it fell with a bang on the floor; but she was too eagerly occupied with her vision to care about picking it up; and after a momentary start, began to pace with a pigeon-like stateliness backwards and forwards along her room, in her coloured stays and coloured skirt, and the old black lace scarf round her shoulders, and the great glass ear-rings in her ears.
But One Ear broke into a run across the snow, his traces trailing behind him.
I always thought," he said deliberately, with a certain accentuation of his flavouring of lisp, "that there was something the matter with his ears, from the way he covered them.