ETAN

AcronymDefinition
ETANEast Timor Action Network
ETANEast Timor and Indonesia Action Network (formerly East Timor Action Network)
ETANEuropean Technology Assessment Network
ETANEast Timor Alert Network
ETANEast Texas Angel Network (children's life enhancement foundation)
ETANElectrically Trainable Analog Neural
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Nigerian Agip Exploration (NAE) Limited and Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo) inked the production sharing deal at the ratio of 50:50 to develop Zabazaba and Etan, where NAE is the operator.
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Continue reading "Pedro Hernandez Has Been Found Guilty in the 1979 Kidnapping and Murdering of 6-year-old Etan Patz" at.
Etan went missing while walking to a school bus stop in a case that baffled authorities for decades.
In his new book, Arthur Ruppin and the Production of Pre-Israeli Culture, Etan Bloom argues that Ruppin promoted discriminatory social ideas and practices against non-European Jews, primarily through the Palestine Office, which he established and headed.
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Summary: A former shop worker has confessed to luring six-year-old Etan Patz from a New York bus stop in 1979 and choking him to death.
New York City police say a person who's in custody has implicated himself in the death of Etan Patz, the boy whose disappearance 33 years ago on his way to school helped launch a missing children's movement that put kids' faces on milk cartons.
Deputy Mee did not file his lawsuit for money, but he filed his lawsuit for the principle of what happened to him and he strongly believed in his case," Fox News quoted his attorney Etan Lorant as saying.
Etan Yeshua spoke on behalf of the Environmental Working Group, and urged the FDA to protect the microbiological safety of cosmetics and to take steps to limit the use of certain "toxic preservatives" including parabens and formaldehyde.
The film was based on the novel Still Missing, by Beth Gutcheon, which was itself loosely based on the real-life disappearance of six-year-old Etan Patz in New York in 1979.