EOO

AcronymDefinition
EOOEvidence of Origin
EOOExtent of Occurrence (ecology)
EOOEqual Opportunity Officer
EOOEducation and Outreach Officer
EOOEthernet over Oth
EOOEven Or Odd
EOOEvery Other Odd (mathematics)
EOOEmergency Operations Officer
EOOEAB Order Office
EOOEvery Other Other
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There is indeed evidence that this EOO literature can offer policy lessons about the contractual and extra-contractual governance structures through which relationships between patients, government, purchasers and providers might be safeguarded against the risks of bad behaviour and poor performance.
Conservation assessment.--This rare species has a known extent of occurrence (EOO) of approximately 14,000 [km.sup.2], and an estimated area of occupancy (AOO) within that range of < 2,000 [km.sup.2].
• WORK - This leave-in conditioning creme elixir combines the Essential Oxygenated Oil (EOO) and Nuplex[TM] Technology with hydrolyzed jojoba esters and shea butter in its nutrient-rich blend to combat the effects of harsh products and styling processes.
Usando la herramienta GeoCAT (Bachman et al., 2011), se calculo que Villadia ramirezii tiene un area de extension de la presencia (EOO) de 4.29 [km.sup.2] y un area de ocupacion (AOO) de 8 [km.sup.2] basada en celdas de 2 km.
Zhou Jianying and Dieter Gollman put forward concepts EOO (nonrepudiation evidences of origin) and EOR (nonrepudiation evidences of receipt), which are used as the evidences of accountability.
RO, EOO and AAO took part in study design, analysed the data and substantively drafted the article.
On the occasion in a briefing, EOO Works & Services Rasheed Mughal said that Shahra-e-Altaf Hussain would be another route linking Landhi and Korangi with Sharae Faisal besides availability of Malir river bridge connecting Shah Faisal Colony to Korangi.
Darer, J., Hwang, W., Hoangmai, H., Bass, Eoo & Anderson, G.