ECOLA

AcronymDefinition
ECOLAEuropean Conference of Leading Architects (Hamburg, Germany)
ECOLAEmergency Cost of Living Allowance (Philippines)
ECOLAEast Central Oklahoma Limousin Association
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Ecola Museum started providing a plant tour program in January 2005 so that visitors can enjoy learning about Kyoto Plant, which delivers safe and secure products to all customers.
You will need a fair amount of familiarity with the rules, regulations and the eCOLA system.
A casual alternative to Cannon Beach's snazzier dining options, the Ecola Seafoods Restaurant & Market is the only strictly seafood spot in town, and the fish is as fresh as you'd expect from a place owned and operated by fishermen.
The man used his cell phone to relay to Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue his proximity to the helicopter crew, which eventually spotted the man through the trees, on a cliff approximately two miles north of Ecola State Park.
BEACH Head for the secluded northernmost stretch of Cannon Beach, across the knee-deep mouth of Ecola Creek cannon beach.org
The 24 sites range from Ecola State Park in Cannon Beach to Harris Beach State Park in Brookings.
Raskin, of Ecola Architects in Cannon Beach, is working with engineers at Oregon State University and state and federal officials on the blueprints for a new center of the 1,700-population town that is more than a place to drop off utility bills and gripe at the City Council - it's an escape, in the event of a devastating earthquake and tsunami.
At the end of a twisty road that winds through dense Sitka spruce forests in Ecola State Park, Indian Beach looks open and welcoming.
Many of Oregon's state parks on the north coast are excellent viewing places, including Cape Kiwanda, Cape Lookout, Cape Meares, Oswald West and Ecola. Binoculars are very helpful.
"Salmon and halibut are probably neck and neck at our market," Cindy Beckman of Ecola Seafoods in Cannon Beach, Oregon, says of her company's fish sales.
at 26 sites, stretching from Ecola State Park south to Harris Beach State Park.
Supreme Court upholds the state's beach law by declining to review a state Supreme Court decision against Irving and Jeanette Stevens, owners of Ecola Inn in Cannon Beach.