EELA

AcronymDefinition
EELAEuropean Employment Lawyers Association (est. 1996)
EELAEnergy Efficient Lighting Association
EELAEuropean Environmental Law Association
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Having lost her husband at a young age (this part is nonsensical) and struggling to bring up her son, Vivaan, Eela gets so possessive of him that she begins to smother him with her love.
Now Ananthi Sasitharan has pilfered the name of the Party with slight change (Eela) Tamilar Suyaadchchi Kazahagam ('Eelam' Tamil Self Rule Party).
"While in all my previous films, I celebrated the stronger side of women, in this one my protagonist Eela who is a strong woman unveils her vulnerable side.
Here, as the play director at the college, she flings things at people when they dont sing in the desired pitch and gives Eela the support she needs.
So when Ajay requested the senior Bachchan to make a special appearance in his production Helicopter Eela, the film starring Ajay's wife Kajol, the veteran actor readily agreed.
Helicopter Eela is directed by Pradeep Sarkar and features Kajol in the lead role as an aspiring singer and single mother.
'Eela' is a generic Yoruba word used for a broad spectrum of chronic childhood skin diseases associated with dry, scaly, white red patches such as infantile seborrheic dermatitis/eczema, atopic dermatitis/ eczema, pityriasis alba or even leprosy.
Jayaprakash Narayan's party has already launched its campaign called, "Eela Bheri" (Eela Bheri means whistle sound), in Hyderabad on 16 March 2014.
Tanyk also wrote that Deputy Prime Minister BeE-ir Atalay, National Intelligence Organization (MyT) Secretary Hakan Fidan, current Minister of the Interior and former Prime Ministry Undersecretary Efkan Eela, deputy Yalcyn Akdoy-a, Ministry of Education Undersecretary Yusuf Tekin, Finance Ministry Undersecretary Naci Ay-bal and AK Party Deputy Chairman Mahir E[pounds sterling]nal are the main figures of this narrow oligarchic clique.
Leading the charge in Latin America, Bickel directs a Swiss-funded group known by its Spanish acronym, EELA (for Eficiencia Energetica en Ladrilleras Artesanales) that aims to modernize artisanal brick making in Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Mexico.
AEn Eela, une localite completement enclavee dans la province de Sefrou se revolte.
To better facilitate this "fourth mission" of economic development, the NIH has developed a new short-term Start-Up Exclusive Evaluation License Agreement (Start-up EELA) and a Start-up Exclusive Commercial License Agreement (Start-up ECLA) to facilitate licensing of intramural NIH and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inventions to early stage companies.