EOY

(redirected from End-Of-Year)
AcronymDefinition
EOYEntrepreneur of the Year
EOYEnd-Of-Year
EOYEntertainer Of the Year
EOYEmployee of the Year (award)
EOYEvery Other Year (timeshare)
EOYEchoes of Yul (Polish band)
EOYEyes-On-You
EOYEnd of You (Finnish band)
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Jo Slater, curriculum manager for art and design at the college, said: "The end-of-year exhibition is a fantastic opportunity for students to see their work on display in a real art gallery and for members of the public to see how talented they are."
"End-of-year tests play a huge role in how teachers spend class time, especially as they wrap up the school year," said Hilary Scharton, vice president of K-12 product strategy at Instructure, in a company news release.
Sarkodie's 2017-released album 'Highest' made it onto the end-of-year list.
Stored potatoes reached 76.3% of the total fruits and vegetables group, where the end-of-year balance reached 34,300 tonnes in 2016/2017 compared to 34,200 tonnes in 2015/2016, an increase of 0.4%.
Through RepoKar, an online auto auction site, car sellers and auto leasing companies have three options on how to liquidate their end-of-year inventory, buy now option, auction, and make-an-offer.
States' financial cushions had fallen in 2014, when officials looked to end-of-year balances to make up for a slowdown in tax collections.
The Downtown Joe's Riverview dining room is an exceptional setting for a memorable end-of-year occasion.
The best end-of-year perk to receive, as stated by 49 per cent of respondents, is a salary raise.
WARWICKSHIRE College students are holding their end-of-year art shows.
Eight-year-old Mattias played a remarkable five matches to win the prestigious Grand Prix Series to go top of the singles ranking and well on the way to qualifying for the end-of-year masters event in December.
Overall, total end-of-year assets, which include cash, receivables, and investments, reported for split-interest trusts increased only slightly, by 0.6 percent, between 2010 and 2011 (Figure E).
Summary: Unions representing some 100,000 public school teachers confirmed that they would boycott the correction of end-of-year exams.