EDESEsthetique de Suisse (French: Aesthetic Switzerland; spa; Switzerland)
EDESEthnikos Dimokratikos Ellinikos Syndesmos (Greek: National Republican Greek League; Greece)
EDESEquipment Definition Evolution Sheet (aviation)
EDESElectrical Designer (DesSoft program)
EDESExecutive Director for Explosives Safety (US DoD)
EDESEcological Design Education Survey (various schools)
EDESElectronic Document Encryption System
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Eldest son, David Edes, 65, is proud to have such a devoted mum, who always put others before herself.
During her time there she met David Edes, who she married in 1953.
From having no family of her own, Helen became mum to five children following the birth of Ann Edes in 1960, then welcoming her nephew, Richard Edes, into the family after his mother, Helen Edes, died in 1974.
Through a cooperation with Swisscom and MobileIron, eDES enables seamless mobile connectivity management for enterprises.
Brian Foster, SVP of Product Management, MobileIron, adds: "Existing Swisscom enterprise customers using MobileIron will be able to leverage the new functionality afforded by eDES transparently and seamlessly.
The BIONICS trial enrolled 1,918 patients in the US, EU, Canada and Israel and the results will be submitted to the FDA for the US approval of the eDES for the treatment of patients with narrowing or blockage of their coronary arteries.
The eDES is coated with an elastomer that maintains a smooth and uniform stent surface designed to prevent the cracking or peeling that may occur with brittle polymers used in other DES during the stent crimping and deployment processes.
Edes, who was studying history and political science at the time.
Located in a one-time slum area on the edge of Cambridge city centre, it is the former home of Jim Ede, a curator at the Tate Gallery in the 1920s and a friend of pioneering modern British artists like Ben and Winifred Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth and David Jones.
The EDE Administrator acted as an EDES Administrator as well, managing the information base and communication system.
Starting in 1957, writer and former Tate Gallery curator Harold Stanley "Jim" Ede turned four nineteenth-century cottages near the University of Cambridge into a single home, called Kettle's Yard, in which to display his collection of mainly British modern art.