EPIE

AcronymDefinition
EPIEError Passive Interrupt Enable
EPIEEducational Products Information Exchange
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Epie, a French national, has more than 20 years' experience in classical French cuisine at a number of Michelin-starred restaurants.
However, some evolution in gender equity can be observed as more women succeed in climbing the hierarchical ladder and more men show willingness to take on some share of child care (Epie, Mwangi & Masuda, 2010).
2795 Epie, C., Managing time-based conflict across life domains in Nigeria: a decision making perspective.
[9] Izonfuo, L.W.A., and Bariweni, A.P., 2001, "The effect of urban runoff water and human activities on some physic chemical parameters of the epie creek in the Niger Delta", J.
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Le temps est deja peuple par nos aventures prochaines : << Un evenement nous epie, pret a sauter sur nous.
Gregory Cuffey, councilmember, Hopewell, Va.; Makia Epie, councilmember, Cedar Hill, Texas; Enrique Garcia, councilmember, Key Biscayne, Fla.; Charles D.
Similarly, Elakhame [20] attributed low temperature recorded in Epie creek floodplain to shade made by overhanging fronds of raffia palms surrounding the location.
Socio-cultural intercourse and migration over centuries have ensured that many subgroups such as the Okrika, Kalabari, Ibani (of Bonny and Opobo), Engenni in Rivers State, and the Nembe, Ogbia, Epie, Atissa and elements of Engenni in Bayelsa State, have developed autonomous traditional customs and impulses in their historic communities, but they are essentially considered as members of the main Ijaw ethnic group.