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EOMEngineering Operations Manual
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EOMEconomy of Movement
EOMEnd of Media
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EOMEvery Other Month
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EOMExpenditure on Manpower
EOMEye-Opening Monitor (circuit architecture)
EOMEarth Observation Magazine
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EOMEntreprise d'Opération Maritime (French: Maritime Operation Company)
EOMElectric Overhead Monorail
EOMEnd Of Memory
EOMEngineering Operations Manual (various organizations)
EOMEssential Object Model
EOMExtra Ordinary Maintenance (budgeting)
EOMEarl of March (secondary school)
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EOMEarth Observation Mission
EOMEnterprise Output Manager (Unisys)
EOMEastern Owners Meeting
EOMEnd of Matter
EOMEchelons of Maintenance (USMC logistics)
EOMEnglish Only Movement
EOMExecution Ordering Method
EOMEnlisted Open Mess
EOMEnvironmental Management and Operations
EOMEngineering Operation and Maintenance Manual
EOMEmpty of Message (message boards, chat rooms)
EOMExecutive Office Memorandum
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The Earl of March comes from a long line of car buffs and I am reliably informed the Festival of Speed draws methedrine enthusiasts from all over the world, while the Goodwood Revival is unmatched as a mass gathering of defibrillator fanatics.
Possibly William Douglas, 1st Earl of March (1665-1705), married Jean Hay (13) 11.
Lord 6th Earl of March of England, SheikhaAlthani of the Royal Family of Qatar, King Madzikane II T.
For 1388, the Scots - led by the energetic Earl of March who'd spearheaded the fight-back, were planning an ambitious offensive.
Awards manager Gale Thirwall presents Gyro Inman of Earl of March Secondary School in Kanata, Ont.
THE third Earl Of March, who became the fourth Lord Queensbury, once wagered that he could have a message carried 50 miles in an hour.
This week's Aristocrats on Channel 4 starred Charles Gordon-Lennox, the Earl of March and Kinrara, heir to the Dukedom of Richmond and master of Goodwood.
The next aristocrat to step into the spotlight is Charles Gordon-Lennox, the Earl of March and Kinrara and heir to the Dukedom of Richmond.
30 -- Under the direction of the Earl of March and his team, the annual Goodwood Revival has developed into a prestigious classic car rendezvous that attracts top drivers from across the globe to race in some of the most exquisite historic racing machinery from the golden motor sport era up to 1966.
The Festival of Speed is Europe's premier historic motor sporting event - a combination of hillclimb, rally stage, garden party, and motor show, all in the grounds of Goodwood House, the Earl of March's ancestral home in West Sussex.
By contrast, the Red Dragon of Wales is not heard of until 1385 when a bard mentions it in a praise-poem for Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. The image is taken from a prophetic passage in pseudo-Nennius, prophecy having become an acceptable substitute for politics after the loss of Welsh independence.
Angry as they were, the men of Kings Norton, Solihull and Yardley must have feared the consequences when they acted against Roger Mortimer, the Earl of March. The lover of Queen Isabella, the wife of Edward II, Mortimer had led a successful rebellion against the king in 1327.