ETOR

AcronymDefinition
ETOREstimated Time of Restoration (utilities)
ETORElectronic Trading and Order Routing
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ho*s phatio, tou d* autou luto gounata kai philon etor, semat' anagnontos, ta hoi empeda pephrad' Odusseus.
Assessing individual differences in ETOR preference using a cumulative dosing procedure.
ARMED herdsmen have invaded some communities in Mkpat Enin Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom, killing one Friday Etor while another farmer simply identified as Nsikak Udo was critically injured during an attack by the herders in Ikot Obio Nso and other adjoining areas.
Sighs XVI y XVII (Donostia-San Sebastian: ETOR, 1987), 26-186.
Recall that Parmenides says that the lack of resources ([phrase omitted]) in their breast ([phrase omitted])--which again means 'in their mind' here (as etor, in 1.
b) FAO Radiacao Solar (EToR): EtoR - [c.sub.o] + [c.sub.1] x W.[R.sub.s] (3), em que EToR e a evapotranspiracao de referencia (mm [dia.sup.-1]), [c.sub.0] = 0,30 e [c.sub.1] depende da velocidade do vento a 2m de altura e da umidade relativa media do ar.
As long as governance is not all about civil service alone, the interest of the commerce-oriented Akwa Ibomites has been taken care of, as market sheds at Ikot Esenam, Obot Akara were constructed, while lock up shops were renovated at Urua Offiong Etor Udo and provison of a Civic Centre at Ikot Udo Mbang.
Ao lembrar da riqueza terminologica dos versos epicos e ao citar alguns termos homericos, que mais propriamente se referem a "alma" ou ao "espirito" (phren, noos, thumos, kradie ou etor), o autor critica Bruno Snell.