EATC

AcronymDefinition
EATCElectronic Automatic Temperature Control
EATCEuropean Air Transport Command
EATCEgyptian Automotive & Trading Co. (Giza, Egypt)
EATCÉcologie-Agronomie-Territoire-Citoyenneté (French: Ecology-Agronomy-Territory-Citizenship)
EATCÉcole Action Technique Commerciale (French: Commercial Technical Action School; Morocco)
EATCEast Advance Technology Co. Ltd. (China)
EATCEuropean Alliance for Television and Culture
EATCEducation Agent Training Course (Australia)
EATCEuropean Alliance for Thermoplastic Composites (est. 2000)
EATCEhrlich Ascites Tumor Cells
EATCExeter Arts & Therapies Conferences (UK)
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• Colonel Jurgen Van der Biezen, Head of Functional Division, European Air Transport Command (EATC)
The Titanium ECOnetic models cost from PS16,345 and add 14in 5-spoke alloy wheels, Auto Start-Stop, lowered suspension to improve aerodynamic efficiency, power foldable mirrors with puddle lights, LED day running lights, SONY DAB audio with SYNC, EATC air conditioning, lumbar adjustment, rear privacy glass, automatic headlights, auto-dimming rear view mirror, centre console with arm rest, perimeter alarm, velour floor mats and cruise control.
L'EATC de Tlemcen est egalement chargee de mettre en oeuvre des programmes de formation pour repondre aux besoins des structures de l'ANP, a, en outre ajoute, son commandant.
Another opportunity that needs to be capitalized on is emphasizing the integration of Engr410 into USAFA's new Ethics Across The Curriculum (EATC) program.
Ahmed Arafa, the former head of the Audi sector at the Egyptian Automotive & Trading Co (EATC), has had a long story with the German luxurious brand in Egypt, spanning nearly 20 years.
The German aircraft are based at Cologne and assigned to European Air Transport Command (EATC).
Finally, an agreement between France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany was signed on 11 May 2007 in Brussels, casting the foundations of a future European Aerial Transport Command (EATC), which should begin operating in 2010.
Volkswagen's agent in Egypt, Karim Nagar, head of the Egyptian Automotive and Trading Company (EATC), raised controversy over the Egyptian agent's relation with the parent company.