ELEO

AcronymDefinition
ELEOEquatorial Low Earth Orbit (space)
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A signature work that came to the stage in the Civil Rights era, Eleo Pomare's Blues for the Jungle shed light on struggles like the Harlem riot of 1964.
Johnson, a dancer who worked as a soloist as well as with choreographer Eleo Pomare, was affiliated with The Feet for its entire existence, as contributor, subject, and editor.
The biggest marketing campaign in the network's history also begins this month, spearheaded by Eleo Hensleigh, Ion's chief marketing officer and former head of marketing for Disney/ABC.
Az 1999-es Veszprem Alkalmazott Nyelveszeti Kongreszus kontrasztiv szekciojanak eleO oadasai, Savariae (Colloquia Contrastiva VII).
From my nineteen-year-old perspective, many major modern dance figures were women (Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Twyla Tharp, Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown, Pearl Primus, Katherine Dunham, et al.) and/or gay men (Alvin Ailey, Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, Eleo Pomare, Alwin Nikolai, Murray Louis, Louis Falco, and so on).
There has been a lot of interest in the tournament in Swansea from places such as the Spanish/Portuguese Eleo's in The Kingsway, Gallini (Italian) in Swansea Marina, New Capriccio (Italian) at St Helen's Road and La Braseria (Spanish) in Wind Street.
FOOD: I like eating at Eleo's restaurant in Swansea.
His most recent act of generosity was towards a party of 16 celebrating a birthday at Eleo's brasserie in the city.
Restaurant owner Eleo Rodrigues said the American man, thought to be in his 50s, was sitting alone enjoying a meal and a bottle of wine at a table near the birthday party.