EELE

AcronymDefinition
EELEEnvironmental Education Learning Experience (North Carolina)
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(14) Lynken's husband, Cornelis van Bouchout, a steward and former alderman of Lier, and Godevaert Hechts, Engelberte's nephew and an alderman of Lier, successfully exerted their respective influence on the charity masters, and at Easter 1602, Engelberte moved into her new abode, where she would live with her maid, Eele vanden Hove.
Anna Michielsen and Eele vanden Hove testified that the first two children fell ill before Mayken Swaters had died.
Eele vanden Hove sharply remarked that the convulsions came only on working days and not on Sundays and holidays.
Amnau Eele, co-founder of the Black Artists Association, has told fashion industry publication Women's Wear Daily that she is planning to "file a formal appeal" with Michelle's office about the lack of a black designer.
"It's fine and good if you want to be all 'Kumbaya' and 'We are the World' by representing all different countries," Eele is quoted as saying at wwd.com, the magazine's Web site.
While in an interview with the Sun-Times, Eele said that she wants the 45-year-old to know there are other, lesser-known designers that the First Lady should take a look at.