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EKEEncrypted Key Exchange (cryptography)
EKEEuskal Kultur Erakundea (Basque: Basque Culture Institute)
EKEEuskara Kultur Elkargoa (Basque: Basque Cultural Association)
EKEEnhanced Kinetic Energy
EKEEnosi Kyprion Ellados (Union of Cypriots in Greece; Athens, Greece)
EKEExtreme Kill Elite (video games)
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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], May 2 ( ANI ): A fine and disciplined bowling display by the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) helped them to eke out a 14-run win against Mumbai Indians (MI) at the M.
After coming second in the Newbiggin a fortnight ago Eke went one better and won the Whitley Bay open last weekend with five codling for 12lb 6oz taken from the Boiler Hole.
"Lenders are a bit more reluctant and are following stricter lending procedures due to the fact that deposits are not as easily available," Eke said.
Eke led us through some strategic thinking so that we could identify areas that need strengthening.
Eke said the UAE's neighbour Oman is also expected to register severe budget deficits during 2015 and 2016.
Commenting on the banking indicators, Alp Eke, senior economist at National Bank of Abu Dhabi, said there has been a recent stabilisation or possibly decline in government and public sector deposits.
"The global airline industry is very competitive," Eke went on.
Paris: The French economy is set to eke out growth of 0.1 per cent in the second quarter of this year, the Bank of France said yesterday, after entering recession in the first quarter.
A chamber orchestra of 20 children uses these and other instruments fashioned out of recycled materials from a landfill where their parents eke out livings as trash-pickers, regularly performing the music of Beethoven and Mozart, Henry Mancini and the Beatles.
108.11 Dismaied with so desperate deadly wound, 2 And eke impatient of vnwonted paine, He loudly brayd with beastly yelling sound, eke --also vnwonted --unusual accidentally links to the only sentence in Thomas Paine's Common Sense, The Crisis No.