EORT

AcronymDefinition
EORTExplosive Ordinance Response Team (Queensland, Australia police)
EORTEquipment Operational Readiness Trend
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Dermot Roddy, chief technology o$cer at Newcastle-based coal-togas company Five-Quarter, described the divestment movement as potentially 'hugely damaging' and felt the same eorts should be used to develop industrial CCS.
e special eorts by the team at Burgis & Bullock, who have o'ces in Leamington, Nuneaton and Rugby, R helped to raise PS314 towards the campaign.
It is time to consider a pop tax in our eorts to stem our addiction to sugar.
In friendly matches, champions Club Sport eventually overcame the eorts of Parkeld Hawks 5-0 with a strong nish.
His rst couple of eorts in 2015 were nothing to write home about but stepped up to a mile and a half in February, Gabrial e Terror really began to shine as he repelled the challenge of Sheri Of Nawton by a short head.
e long-serving chorister and former chairman says he'll now be focussing his eorts on raising cash for research into dementia, following the founding of an Alzheimer's Research group in Hudderseld.
Callum Reid, Keel Row manager, said: "Keel Row Shopping Centre is truly honoured to receive this global award from e RoSPA, which demonstrates that our safety eorts are being recognised on an international level.
Makin A Statement showed only fair form as a juvenile for fellow Yorkshirebased trainer John Quinn, with a close third at Newcastle sandwiched between less-inspiring eorts at Nottingham and Catterick.
South's passage was conrmed thanks to eorts from Steve Doyle who red home a brace, Gary Dunning and an own goal.
euro]e students worked the ball well, but the Wrexham defence were well-drilled and Arsan missed two long-range eorts at the empty goal.
A Downing Street spokesman said: "e Prime Minister welcomed the US eorts and made clear that we are keen to work with the Americans on the humanitarian eort.