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ECKElectoral Commission of Kenya
ECKEuropejskie Centrum Konsumenckie (Polish: European Consumer Center; Warsaw, Poland)
ECKEtat Critik Krew (band)
ECKEngineering College Kota (Kota, India)
ECKEdge, Christian and Kurt (pro wrestling)
ECKEdge Christian Kurt Angle wrestling Trio & Tag Team
ECKEast Coast Kiteboarding.com (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)
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The R&D team at Eck Industries has made an important advance in high temperature aluminium alloys with their cerium-scandium casting alloy.
Eck divides the twenty-four articles of this volume into two somewhat vague sections: eleven in the first part, which he calls "Inscriptions as Objects and Subjects of a Province History," and the remaining thirteen in the second part, labeled "Particularities and Changes in a Province." The more substantial division, however, lies elsewhere.
Eck was involved in developing and testing the alloy under a separate agreement.
Eck said: "We have direct access to the open countryside from here, so it has huge potential for anyone interested in equestrian pursuits or a riding centre."
Eck is currently an independent board member of numerous public and private organisations, including Blue Buffalo, the leading natural pet food company, where he serves as chairman of the Audit Committee.
2) Van Eck Global Changes One Fund Name, Objective and Launches Another
r Cllr Peter Mitchell, mayoral lead for parks, said: "Warbr W eck Moor Park is a much valued green oasis, a place to play and relax in our community, w y hich makes a big contribution to our health and wellbeing.
In a quintessential example of irony, Eck points out, Democrat Celeste Riley of the N.J.
The team believes that not all hedge fund strategies are conducive to this approach, Van Eck Associates said.
Eck is one of the founders of the Zarephath Health Center in Somerset, New Jersey, an organization that provides healthcare to the poor and uninsured.