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EPEEEuropean Partnership for Energy and the Environment
EPEEEiffel Parallel Execution Environment (computer programming)
EPEEExplosion Protected Electrical Equipment (Australia)
EPEEEnergie, Propulsion, Espace, Environnement (French: Energy, Propulsion, Space, Environment; est. 1988)
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Bronze winner Dunblane fencer Alex Papdopoulos (second left) with his Scotland epee colleagues at the Commonwealth Fencing Championships
Jack Bell (left of main pic) in action at the British Youth Fencing Championships in Sheffield and (far right) wth his trophy after winning the under-18 boys' epee title
One of the most important Epee Defender features is the length of its functioning in standby mode.
Bahrain had big hopes on Mohammed Salman, who reached the final of the epee class, but lost his match to Iraq's Abdulwahed Mohsin who proved too good to win the competition's gold medal.
The EPEE supports the Commission's assessment that additional savings are necessary to meet the EU's low carbon road map requirements.
Spectators were reportedly informed that Lam remained on the epee stage because a formal appeal was being considered and if she left the field of play it would be deemed an acceptance of defeat.
The foil is 110 cm long and weighs 500 grams, the saber is 105 cm long and weighs 500 grams, while the epee is 100 cm long and weighs 770 grams.
Meanwhile, Wrexham Fencing Club triumphed at the Liverpool University Team Epee fencing competition.
More than 150 fencers competed from across the country, including two from Britain's top 20 in Chris Howser (men's epee) and Simon Donald (men's sabre), as well as athletes from Italy and Hong Kong.
Competition will take place in foil, epee and saber in a team format.
There are three disciplines - Epee, Foil and Sabre.