EAZ


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AcronymDefinition
EAZEthnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift (German: Ethnographic and Archaeological Journal)
EAZExpress Assist File
EAZEducation Action Zone (aka Education Achievement Zone; UK)
EAZEconomics Association of Zambia
EAZEndgeräte Auswahl Ziffer (German: Terminal Point Selection)
EAZEducation Achievement Zone (aka Education Action Zone; UK)
EAZEast African Zebu (cattle)
EAZEIC (Excellence in Cities) Action Zone (UK)
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The Moment's EAZ Hybrid cam is advertised to produce IBO speeds of 340 fps while maintaining a smooth draw.
The EAZ will also be organising summer schools for children making the transition.
Education chiefs say standards have risen steadily in Ashington schools since the EAZ was launched in January 2000 and are now higher than in Blyth and Bedlington.
"The future of the produce department is going to consist of a lot of prepackaged produce," says Ed Zickus, president of EAZ Solutions, a Seminole, Fla.-based food retail consultancy.
Unlike the zoning program studied by Knapp (1985), Nelson (1988), and Vaillancourt and Monty (1985), exclusive agricultural zoning (EAZ) in Wisconsin is usually adopted by local governments politically dominated by farmers.
This includes the Max Pre Load Quad Limbs, HingeGuard cable-containment system, dual adjustable string suppressors, EAZ Hybrid cam system and much more.
Gill Sochon, project officer for East EAZ, said: "We had 420 children in total, which is a very good turnout.
The event which was part of a three-year project by EAZ, also celebrated the life of Kel Dennis who died last year from cancer, aged 59.
John Murphy, director of the EAZ, believes the organisation is already having a positive effect, although the fruits of their work may not be seen in the immediate future.
Piloted at Woodway Park School in Coventry, the scheme has been rolled out to ten further schools in the Coventry EAZ and one in Birmingham.