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EEElectrical Engineering
EEElectrical Engineer
EEExponent
EEEstonia
EEEnterprise Edition (Java2)
EEEvaluation Engineering
EEEveryone Else
EEEnvironmental Education
EEEnd-to-End (computer networking)
EEExpression Engine (Pmachine.com)
EEEnd Entity (validation)
EEExperts Exchange
EEEnergy Efficiency
EEEngineering Evaluation
EEEastern European
EEElectrical Equipment
EEExecution Environment
EEExtreme Edition (Intel Pentium 4)
EEEnvironmental Engineering
EEEnergy and Environment
EEElectrical Energy
EEEagle Eye
EEElementary Education
EEEmployee(s)
EEEcological Economics (journal)
EEEnergy Expenditure
EEEaster Egg (hidden area of a program or site)
EEElectronic Engineer
EEErsatz Elevator (Lemony Snicket)
EEExternal Environment
EEExtended Edition (DVD movie version)
EEEmpire Earth (game)
EEEast End (various locations)
EEEthinyl Estradiol (also seen as EE2)
EEEvil Empire (gaming)
EEExecutive Editor
EEEarly Entry
EEExtended Essay (International Baccalaureate)
EEEmergency Exit
EEEarly Edition
EEEffort Estimation (testing)
EEEqual Exchange
EEEverybody Edits (game)
EEEosinophilic Esophagitis
EEExternal Examiner
EEEnd-Effector
EEEducation Establishment
EE2-Ethoxyethanol (ether)
EEEarly Enrollee (sports)
EEEnterprise Engineering
EEEquipment Engineering
EEExpressed Emotion (psychiatric term used in schizophrenia settings)
EEEstoy Escuchando (Spanish: now playing)
EEEdge Enhancement (video)
EEEther Extract
EEEnvelope Expansion
EEEased Edges (lumber industry)
EEElite Edition
EEEt Cetera, Et Cetera
EEElectronic Encyclopedia
EEElement Evil (games)
EEEdward Elric (protagonist of anime series FullMetal Alchemist)
EEExcess Emission(s)
EEEscape and Evasion
EEEternal Energy
EEElement Energy
EEEcological Efficiency
EEEarth Electrode
EEExercise Experience
EEExotic Ethnic (gaming)
EEEcosystem Evaluation
EEErrors Excepted
EEExtended Employment program
EEExudative Epidermitis (Porcine Circovirus 2)
EEEuskadiko Ezquerra (Basque Division of the Spanish Left Wing Party)
EEEmergency Establishment (US DoD)
EEEternal Echo (band)
EEElements of Expense
EEEternity Engine (gaming)
EEEnter Exponent (calculator function)
EEEthylmalonic Encephalopathy
EEEpreuve d'essai (French: proof print)
EEEmo Earth (social network)
EEExponential Elevation
EEEngagement Effectiveness
EEEvropaiki Enosi (Greek: European Union)
EEElston-Ellis Grade (also seen as E-E)
EEElectrical Essence (forum)
EEEngraver's Express, Inc
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the promotion of equal exchange between the partners of the global South and the global North partnerships in one world and thus connected existing strengthening.
And the only way of a culture becoming attractive, he says, is that it promotes and expands "cross-cultural dialogue, equal exchange of ideas and sincere mutual understanding."
Tcho teamed up with Equal Exchange and won a five-year, multimillion-dollar grant from USAID.
In 2002, Cheney left Silicon Valley for the East Coast and changed industry directions as well when she was appointed marketing director of Equal Exchange Inc., an early innovator in Fair Trade food and beverage products, and known as one of the largest worker-owned co-operatives in the U.S.
It is assumed that there is an equal exchange - money paid for the service rendered.
Equal Exchange sells organic chocolate bars ($4.25)in specialty flavors like Dark Chocolate Caramel Crunch with Sea Salt made from fair trade cocoa, supporting small-scale farmers and families.
After an almost equal exchange of successful attempts, Meshraf came up with the match-winner with just about a second left on the clock.
WEST BRIDGEWATER, MASS.-BASED EQUAL EXCHANGE has introduced two 3.5-ounce Fair Trade chocolate bars: Organic Ecuador Dark Chocolate [65% cocoa content) and Organic Caramel Crunch with Sea Salt [55%).
Is it really possible to justify the observation that, "the colonization of Indochina was only a particular case of the grand failure, in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, of the quest for an equal exchange between the peoples of Europe, Asia, and Africa ..."?
What makes this definition interesting is the notion of intercultural which implies some sort of equal exchange between two cultures.
Noting the importance of physician-to-physician dialogue, especially when it comes to second opinions, Frank said this is a good opportunity for both parties to connect and have equal exchange of knowledge.
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