ENENEuropean Nuclear Education Network (EU)
ENENEuropean Nuclear Engineering Network
ENENEducation News and Entertainment Network (Internet broadcasting firm; San Diego, CA)
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[46,47] Bu calismada kullanilan Lawshe Tekniginde uzmanlar maddelerin uygunlugunu degerlendirirken "madde hede_ enen yapiyi olcuyor", "madde yapi ile iliskili ancak gereksiz" ya da "madde hede_ enen yapiyi olcmeye uygun degil" seklinde puanladilar.
We already have national reports from practically all Asian countries giving their attitudes to nuclear energy, nuclear medicine, and all other applications and of course Europe as well through the European Nuclear Engineering Network (ENEN)," Mr Yanev told Nuclear Engineering International.
DeVooys quotes from a Dutch eyewitness account of the 1370 execution: Als sij dus daer bracht waren ende sij dat groete vier saghen ontsteken, soe named die yoden alle deendander met der hant ende maecten enen dans om dat vier, ende spronghen ende riepen tot malcanderen: "Sijt blide ende vroe ende blijft sterc, bi onsen mamet, ende en gaet u gheloeve niet af, wat pinen men ons aendoet!
(23.) I have translated the Yiddish, "in mayn enen," which means, roughly, "in my intuition," into "in my mind's eye."
ENEN.com has developed a database of more than 100,000 electronics-industry professionals who have previously attended various on-line NetSeminars, its flagship service employed by such Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 corporations as Texas Instruments, Toshiba Electronics, Advanced Micro Devices, Fujitsu, and 3Com.
For example, Jbali seems to be changing under the superstrate influence of Cairene, as we note that 'two eyes' is enen or enen (p.