EOI

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EOIExpression Of Interest
EOIEffect of Interest
EOIExchange of Information
EOIEvidence Of Insurance
EOIEmbassy of India
EOIEvidence of Insurability
EOIEscuela Oficial de Idiomas (Spain, Official Languages School)
EOIEnd of Injection
EOIEconomic Opportunity Institute
EOIExpressions of Interest
EOIEvidence of Identity
EOIExplanation of Investment
EOIEnd of Image
EOIEdge of Insanity
EOIEnd of Innocence (music album)
EOIEnd of Interrupt
EOIEscuela de Organización Industrial (Spain)
EOIEnd of Irradiation
EOIEvidence of Identity (various nations)
EOIExport Oriented Industrialisation
EOIEngine of Innovation
EOIElectronic Operator Interface
EOIEvery Other Issue
EOIEnd of Input
EOIEnd Or Identify
EOIEnd of Instruction (type of exam)
EOIExport Oriented Industry
EOIElectronic Object Identifier
EOIExtra Ordinary Income
EOIElectro-Optical Interface (Nortel)
EOIEmergency Operating Instruction(s)
EOIEuropean Ombudsman Institute
EOIEquivalence of Input (telecommunications regulation)
EOIEconomic Opportunity Initiative (various organizations)
EOIEarth Orbit Insertion
EOIElf Only Inn (webcomic)
EOIEnd of Identity
EOIEnd Of Installation (US Navy)
EOIEnd of Item
EOIElectronic Order Interface
EOIEarly Operational Interface
EOIExecutive Office Installation
EOIEngineering Operating Instruction
EOIEffective Operating Income
EOIEarly Oral Intervention (Mississippi)
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His mind went back to the night when he had been frightened by thoughts of a giant that might come to rob and plun- der him of his possessions, and again as on that night when he had run through the fields crying for a son, he became excited to the edge of insanity. Stopping the horse he got out of the buggy and asked David to get out also.
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It does offer one significant reward in Mireille Enos, who follows her fragile dipsomaniac Honey in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" with a compelling comic turn that takes her from a pill popper dangerously skirting the edge of insanity to a catatonic ragdoll to a woman back from the abyss, stripped of her pride and yet still wearily detached and imperious.
WHILE your wedding will undoubtedly be the best day of your life planning it is likely to drive you to the edge of insanity. The average wedding takes around 250 hours to put together and as time goes on prices spiral and the number of guests soar.
And that is the spectre which will hang over Camilla and her relationship with Charles - the spectre of the beautiful, wronged, misunderstood Diana driven to the edge of insanity by her cheating husband and his unattractive mistress.
Again I was on the edge of insanity. Another time I was walking around the exercise yard when a pile of visitors, all official-looking people, came in.
These include "Swipe Right," a humorous look at modern dating; "Hook Up 2.0," a sarcastic look at contemporary gender norms; and "Hitchhiking to the Edge of Insanity," in which an idealistic writer and photographer set out to find their purpose via a terrifying road trip across the Sahara Desert in the early 1970s.
Dewi said the play unfolds in the head of Oswald Pritchard, a translator, as he teeters on the edge of insanity.
The event sparks a manhunt that throws Francis Hakey into same arena as his adversary Joseph LaPage, a madman who subscribes to no singular religion or perspective, but who lives on the edge of insanity. (The character LaPage is based on the historical serial murderer who brought his reign of terror to Vermont and New Hampshire during the time period in which the novel is set.)
If that period out of football drove me to the edge of insanity who knows what it would have done to big John.
Or David Blunkett saying in 2002 saying the press were "on the edge of insanity"?
Back then, he seemed to be driven to the edge of insanity by the pressures of the game and suffered some form of seizure on the day of the final.