EINO


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AcronymDefinition
EINOEvangelical in Name Only
EINOEverybody In, Nobody Out (health care)
EINOExercise-Induced Nasal Obstruction
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"We live in a building next to the shop and I was in my room when the fire started," coffee shop worker Richard Eino told the GDN.
Dr Eino Mvula, Chief Executive Officer of the NCRST said, "We are proud to partner with the Namibia Statistics Agency.
(34.) Copland refers to the 1956 Concerto Grosso of Eino Tamberg (1930-2010; Copland lists his year of birth incorrectly).
Kaila, Eino. Human Knowledge: A Classic Statement of Logical Empiricism.
Minnesota residents Eino Saranen and Lester Ketola, who had prepared the fawns for their trip to Finland and had accompanied them throughout their journey, stayed at Laukko for several weeks to make sure the deer were adapting to their new home.
Four months after birth, babies who had heard "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" while in the womb remembered and recognized the lullaby, cognitive neuroscientist Eino Partanen of the University of Helsinki and colleagues reported October 30 in PLOS ONE.
Researchers led by Eino Partanen at the University of Helsinki wanted to see what other language cues a foetus might pick up in the womb.
Rather, it is the granting of license for specific functions alone, and for that function for which the person is authorized, he is authorized" ("Aval semicha shel zman hazeh eino klum, ela netilat reshut b'alma u'I'mah she'ra'ui, ra'ui [Shulchan Aruch, Yoreh De'ah 242:15]).
Janne Viitanen (1) *, Jorma Lehtovaara (1), Eino Tetri D.Sc (1), and Liisa Halonen D.Sc (1)