EO

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AcronymDefinition
EOExecutive Order
EOEqual Opportunity
EOEssential Oil
EOEarth Observation
EOExempt Organizations (accounting)
EOExecutive Officer
EOEsperanto (ISO Language Code)
EOEthylene Oxide
EOEarth Observing
EOEvery Other
EOElectro-Optic(al)
EOEnglish Only (education)
EOEvangelische Omroep (Dutch TV and radio)
EOEngine Oil
EOEvent Organizer
EOExplosive Ordnance
EOEducation Outreach (various organizations)
EOEducation Otherwise (UK)
EOEx Officio (Latin: By Virtue of Office)
EOExchange Online (Microsoft Office)
EOEarth Orbit
EOExterior Orientation
EOExtremal Optimization (statistical physics)
EOEve Online (game)
EOEquipment Operator (Navy Seabee rating)
EOEastern Orthodox (religious denomination)
EOEnforcement Officer
EOErasable Optical
EOEnd Office
EOEdmonton Oilers (hockey)
EOEmpowered Official (various organizations)
EOEscrow Officer
EOEmergency Operation
EOEndless Online (computer game)
EOEthics Officer
EOEntrepreneurial Orientation (corporate traits)
EOEmployers Organisation (UK government)
EOEmployee Organization
EOEarly Out
EOElectrolyzed Oxidizing
EOEngineering Order
EOEstablishing Operation (applied behavior analysis)
EOEmeka Okafor (basketball player)
EOEncarta Online (Microsoft)
EOExecute Order
EOElectoral Office
EOEquality Officer
EOEngagement Operations
EOEpilepsy Ontario (Thornhill, ON, Canada)
EOEvent Order (hospitality industry)
EOElliot and Olivia (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit; TV show)
EOEnabling Objective
EOEmergency Override
EOExtra Over (construction industry)
EOEdmonton Online (.net)
EOSpecial Delivery Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
EOElectrical Operator (US Navy submarine watchstation)
EOEvolved Online (message board)
EOElita One (Transformers character)
EOEarth Escape Orbit
EOElderly-Onset
EO(USN Rating) Equipment Operator
EOEuclid Orchestra (Euclid, OH)
EOEngage Order
EOEngine/Engineering Officer (Navy)
References in classic literature ?
Four of the five words in the first one were English, and that they were also German was only accidental, not intentional; three out of the five words in the second remark were English, and English only, and the two German ones did not mean anything in particular, in such a connection.
All interview participants confirmed that "English only" was the expected and highly-regarded policy in their educational experiences.
I observed that while answering inquiries not specific to English speaking communities or while talking about the international uses of English, the participants seemed to see a relationship of English with a vague international community, which lies outside Pakistan and not with the native speakers of English only. In this regard, the participants used vague terms, e.g.
And three years ago, when the Japan Society for Neuroscience went English only, other large science societies in Japan jumped on the bandwagon, instilling panic at home, but eliciting praise overseas.
Philippe Lasserre, a French linguist and anglophile, regrets that the English only see Europe in terms of economic advantage and interests.
Spun Steak Co., 1994), which allowed a lower court's "English only" rule to stand.