EB

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AcronymDefinition
EBElectronic Warfare Bomber (US military aircraft designation)
EBEditorial Board (various locations)
EBElectronics Boutique
EBEddie Bauer
EBExecutive Board
EBEbay (auction website)
EBElectron Beam
EBEat Bulaga (Philippine TV Show)
EBEncyclopædia Britannica
EBElectronic Business
EBErnie Ball (guitar maker)
EBEarly Bird
EBEmployment-Based Immigrant
EBEnforcement Bureau (FCC)
EBEnvironmental Biotechnology (various schools)
EBElectric Boat
EBEmployee Benefit(s)
EBExabyte (1,024 Petabytes)
EBEarthbound (video game)
EBelectronic beats (music festival organized by T-Mobile)
EBEnvironmental Benefits
EBEnterobacteriaceae (microbiology)
EBEttore Bugatti (sports car pioneer)
EBEnergy Per Bit
EBEclipsing Binary (class of variable star)
EBElectronic Banking (European cash management by Dolfe and Koritz, Wiley, 1999, p15)
EBEast Bound
EBEmbryoid Body
EBEuroBonus (SAS frequent flyer program)
EBEast Berlin
EBEthylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether (solvent)
EBEnergy Blast (gaming)
EBElementary Body
EBEurobond
EBElektronische Berichterstattung (German: Electronic Reporting)
EBEarly Bronco (vehicle)
EBExecutive Body
EBEyecare Business
EBError Block
EBElectricity Board
EBEarly Booking (travel industry)
EBEntity Bean (Enterprise JavaBean)
EBEuropa Barbarorum (gaming modification for Rome: Total War)
EBEarl Boykins (NBA Player)
EBEconomic Botany
EBEnergy Balancer
EBEnlistment Bonus
EBEconomic and Business Affairs (Dept of State Bureau)
EBEnd Box
EBEncyclopedia Brown (Young detective of the famous stories)
EBExchangeable Bond
EBElectronics Box
EBExponential Backoff (algorithm)
EBEvening Bulletin (Philadelphia newspaper)
EBEvent Builder
EBEmployee Bonus
EBEthiopian Birr (currency)
EBErstbezug (German: first occupancy new)
EBExtension Box
EBElectronic Bible
EBEpidermylosis Bullosa (skin condition)
EBElectronic Bonding
EBEphraim Brasher (colonial goldsmith and coin minter; mint mark)
EBEnglish Basketball
EBElectronics Bay
EBEquipotential Bonding
EBError Burst
EBEquipment Bay
EBEmu Bitter (Western Australian beer)
EBEast Bakersfield High (Bakersfield, CA)
EBEfficiency Bandwidth
EBEmergency Bulletin
EBEurobricks (Lego bricks fans forum)
EBEmissions Balancing
EBEntitlement Bitch (customer service slang)
EBEquipment Builder (engineering)
EBExpendable Booster
EBExtended Backbone
EBSemipostal Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
EBElectrode Boiler
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An emergency bulletin put out to members urges them to sign a petition protesting at the move and also warns the union could ballot for industrial action.
Just to the south, in Greece, the National Weather Service issued an emergency bulletin warning people that temperatures will remain at a high of 44C (111.2F) today.
This story is told in a first-person female point of view, organized as a timeline including weather reports, emergency bulletins, and temperatures which are relevant to the plot.
They also said some dispatchers were argumentative with the public, sometimes were unable to provide needed data and compiled erroneous and incomplete logs, failed to notify them of emergency bulletins in a timely manner and do not always check on an officer's status at the scene of an incident.
Company news or emergency bulletins could be pushed out to Evomada users immediately.
The network, now in beta test stage, but intending to deploy nationally across the US, provides public emergency services with a satellite-based means of distributing emergency bulletins and public health messages.
David Pieterse, CATS Founder, said the news service was entitled to receive emergency bulletins from the Government and argued his system could prove invaluable in situations like the Heathrow Airport alert.
Virgin's cross-country services were running only from stations south of Birmingham, according to emergency bulletins.
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