EOSAEthylene Oxide Sterilization Association (Washington, DC)
EOSAEmanuel Old Scholars' Association (Australia)
EOSAEuropean Office Supply Alliance
EOSAEastern Ontario Swimming Association
EOSASeaman Apprentice, Engineering Aide Striker (Naval Rating)
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Regissa Feyeessa, Eosa president, said, 'Our community-based seed banks for sorghum constitutes the sorghum bread basket of Ethiopia.
'Community seed banks have been the key part of this strategy,' she added beaming, recalling Eosa's experiences.
In Eosa's community seed banks, farmers maintain the collection of germplasm.
Definition 3 Effective Overlapping Sensing Area (EOSA): The EFOV of [s.sub.i] interacts with the EFOV of its all neighbor sensors is defined as effective overlapping sensing area (Fig.
Definition 4 Overlapping Sensing Ratio (OSR): (6): It could be defined as the ratio between the sum of IEFOV & EOSA and FOV (Fig.5.), denoted as follows.
This is because with the increase of number of sensors, a large number of sensors could fall in boundary region of monitoring region, algorithm LAASD is used to adjust working direction to avoid the IEFOV and EOSA, but algorithm OSRCEA ignore reducing IEFOV of sensors by adjustment of its working direction.
When the EOSA emulsion was stored for one day, the degree of sizing was almost the same as that obtained with fresh EOSA, whereas for ASA, there was almost no sizing after one day of storage.
In 1976 the ICG reported 569 executives, officials, and staff assistants (EOSA), 16,722 total employees, 9,260 miles of road, and 28,874 billion ton-miles.