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AcronymDefinition
EAExpert Advisor
EAElectronic Arts
EAEnterprise Architecture
EAEnvironmental Assessment
EAEach
EAEnvironment Agency (UK; formerly National Rivers Authority)
EAEnrolled Agent (IRS)
EAEast Africa
EAActivation Energy (in Electron Volts)
EAElectronic Attack (previously ECM)
EAEarly Access (software)
EAEnterprise Agreement
EAExecutive Assistant
EAEconomic Analysis
EAEmergency Assistance
EAEl Alacran
EAError Analysis (mathematics)
EAElectron Affinity (chemistry)
EAEducational Administration
EAEuro Area (various organizations)
EAEarly Action
EAEcosystem Approach
EAEuropean Co-operation for Accreditation (European community bodies)
EAEmployment Agreement
EAEqual Access
EAEvolutionary Algorithm
EAEngineers Australia
EAExternal Affairs
EAElevation Angle
EAEastern Airlines
EAExecutive Agent
EAEngineering Analysis
EAEpileptiform Activity (neurology)
EAExtramarital Affair
EAEarly Adopter
EAEpiscopal Academy (Pennsylvania)
EAEffective Altruism (movement)
EAEffective Address (Von Neumann cycle step)
EAElective Abortion (also seen as EAb)
EAEconomic Affairs
EAEthan Allen
EAEarth Action
EAEnvironmental Action
EAEnemy Aircraft
EAEntered Apprentice (masonry)
EAEarth Alliance (anime; gaming)
EAElectricity Association (UK)
EAEnvironment Australia
EAEvangelical Alliance
EAEndless Ages (MMORPG)
EAEstimated Average (projection)
EAExecutive Agency
EAEnumeration Area (Canada census boundary)
EAElectro-Absorption (modulator)
EAEmergency Action(s)
EAEngineering Automation
EAEducate America
EAEnergy Absorption
EAExecutive Aircraft
EAEducation Austin
EAEarly Availability
EAEnsiapu (Finnish: First Aid)
EAEdgewood Area (of Aberdeen Proving Ground)
EAExternal Access (assembly language directive)
EAExecuting Agency
EAEnemy Action
EAEn Anderen (Dutch: and others)
EAEscrow Account
EAEnergy Assurance (US FEMA)
EAExtended Attribute
EAElectronics Assembly
EAExpenditure Authorization
EAEnvironmental Auditing
EAEntreprise Adaptée (French: Adapted Enterprise)
EAEquitable Adjustment (contract)
EAEntrepreneur Association
EAEncyclopedia Americana
EAEnrolled Actuary
EAExposure Analysis
EAEngineering Aide (US Navy rating)
EAElectric Actuator
EAEpisodic Ataxia
EAEndometriosis Association
EAExtended Address
EAEmotional Affair
EAEjército del Aire (Spanish Air Force)
EAEvolutionary Acquisition
EAEmployee Agent (insurance)
EAExchange Access (Bellcore)
EAEngineering Assistant
EAElectromagnetic Anomaly
EAEmployment Access (National Disability Conference)
EAExternal Alarm
EAEngineer Rear Admiral (military rank)
EAEver Active
EAExperimental Activities
EAEnvironmental Assurance
EAExclusion Area
EAExploration Asset
EAEmergency Activities (attendance code)
EAEnforceable Agreement
EAEstate Analysis
EAEmerging Adulthood (behavioral science)
EAEmergency Authority
EAEditorial Alteration
EAEternal Arcadia (Japanese videogame)
EAEjército Argentino (Argentinian Army)
EAExpenditure Authority
EAEcole de l'Air (French)
EAExperimental Agent
EAEngagement Area
EAEnlisted Accession (US Air Force)
EAElectronic Analysis
EAEqual Angle
EAEndangerment Assessment
EAEnlazando Alternativas (Spanish: Linking Alternatives)
EAEngineering Ambassadors
EAEnergy Alpha (Wilhelm Reich)
EAEnforcement Agreement
EAExecutable Architecture
EAEmployment Allowance (student financial aid)
EAEmergency Announcement
EAEquipment Alignment
EAEngineering Assignment
EAEvaluation Authority
EAÉpreuves d'Artiste (French: artist's proof)
EAEveryplace Access (IBM)
EAEngineering Authorization
EAEscrowed Authenticator (cryptography)
EAExcitation-Autoionization
EAExtended Arrangement (IMF)
EAEducator Ambassador
EAEuclidian Algorithm
EAJeff Ellis & Associates (lifeguard certification company)
EAExpedited Data Acknowledgment (ANSI, ITU-T)
EAEnlisted Aviator
EAEnsemble Architecture (Vocaltel)
EAExtended Address Field Bit (ISDN, ITU-T)
EAExternal Associate
EAExamining for Aphasia
EAEmergency/Enforcement Action
EAEigenmächtig Abwesend (German)
EAEquilibrated Aggregate (interplanetary dust particle)
EAEnginering Analysis
EAEngineering Aide/Assistance
EAEpileptic Arousal Reaction (neurology)
EAEskilstuna, City, Sweden
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Dipodomys heermanni were removed from the exclusion area in September 2009 (n = 29).
They concluded that the extent of the exclusion area was appropriate at that time, though the report did not rule out extending the area following a further investigation.
The top government spokesman also urged evacuees from the 20-km exclusion area around the plant not to temporarily return home to collect household belongings, citing ''great risks of radiation contamination'' in the zone.
Manama, March 16 (BNA) - A limited exclusion area will be imposed starting Wednesday 16 March 2011, and until further notice, between 4 pm and 4 am in the area extending from the Seef Flyover until the traffic lights before the Shaikh Isa bin Salman Bridge, including 400 metres on either side of the highway.
The US revealed it too was in talks about setting up the air exclusion area.
Contributing to this accident were (1) both pilots' ineffective use of available electronic traffic information to maintain awareness of nearby aircraft, (2) inadequate Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) procedures for transfer of communications among ATC facilities near the Hudson River Class B exclusion area; and (3) FAA regulations that did not provide adequate vertical separation for aircraft operating in the Hudson River Class B exclusion area.
The main goal of this study was to investigate the impact of a 12-year-long exclusion of cattle grazing and fire wood extraction on the restoration of seed rain composition of the exclusion area, by comparing it to a non-exclusion area during one year in a secondary TDF.
As of June 30, the exclusion area, where developers must make a portion of their new projects affordable to moderate-income households in order to receive tax breaks, was greatly expanded beyond central Manhattan and Williamsburg/Greenpoint to include all of Manhattan and many neighborhoods within the other four boroughs.
President George Bush recently signed the Heroes Earned Retirement Opportunities (HERO) Act, which amends the Internal Revenue Code to allow service members to still exclude their military compensation from federal income tax, but also contribute to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) while serving in a combat zone tax exclusion area.
A 200-metre exclusion area has been created around the set as firefighters dampen it down.
The active portion at the head of the accelerator is shielded, and the exclusion area during operation is 14 feet, Akers said.
The Midlands jumping track has staged only one of its eight scheduled fixtures since December 2, originally because of frost and waterlogging, and then because sheep being grazed on site by a tenant farmer placed it within a BHB exclusion area.