MOE

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AcronymDefinition
MOEMobile (Amtrak station code; Mobile, AL)
MOEMAD (Magnetic Anomoly Detection) Operational Effectiveness
MOEMinistry of Education
MOEMaintenance of Effort
MOEMargin Of Error
MOEMinistry Of Environment
MOEMinistry of Energy (various nations)
MOEMaintenance of Equipment (transportation)
MOEModel of Excellence (various organizations)
MOEMeasure Of Effectiveness
MOEMinister of Economy (various locations)
MOEModern English (linguistics)
MOEMeans of Escape
MOEMargin of Exposure
MOEModulus of Elasticity
MOEMagpul Original Equipment (firearm accessories)
MOEMaintenance and Operating Expenses (various organizations)
MOEMantle of the Expert (teaching approach)
MOEMail over Ethernet
MOEMultimedia over Ethernet
MOEMetro Optical Ethernet
MOEMicrosoft Office Enterprise
MOEManagement over Ethernet
MOEMulticontrol over Ethernet
MOEMall of the Emirates (Dubai)
MOEMoney Over Everything (song title)
MOEMethod of Entry
MOEMinorities of Europe (UK)
MOEManufacturer Original Equipment
MOEMasters of Education
MOEMerger of Equals (investment banking)
MOEMethod Of Evaluation
MOEMetro Optical Ethernet (access piece for Ethernet service)
MOEMask of Eternity (game)
MOEMaintenance Organization Exposition (Canada)
MOEMalignant Otitis Externa
MOEMajor Organizational Entity
MOEMean Output Energy
MOEMajor Outage Event (electrical blackout)
MOEMoving Optical Element
MOEManagement Operating Environment
MOEMovement of Extremities
MOEManufacturing Operating Expense
MOEMeasure of Evaluation (source selection)
MOEMessage-Overlap Estimator
MOEMinimize Output Energy
MOEMinimum Operable Equipment
MOEMinimal Output Energy
MOEMaterial Obligation Established
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The special pilgrimage was led by Hillfields-based youth charity, Minorities of Europe, to mark National Interfaith Week and was funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
The British delegation included participants from five youth organizations -- The British Youth Council, The Minorities of Europe, The European Alternatives, The Islamic Relief and The Mouth That Roars.
Asked about the participants' experiences, British student Niamh Quille, who works as volunteer for the nongovernmental organization Minorities of Europe, said, "On the surface we see different people, but we realized during the course of the forum that we share same thoughts and values."
Wearing hoods, these Coventry youngsters - all UK Youth Parliament members - and other teenage volunteers plan to read to younger children, sell poppies for the Royal British Legion on Remembrance Sunday and paint the Coventry office of Minorities of Europe.
Minorities of Europe, which has its head office in Walsgrave Road, is asking people to give as much as they can to provide shelter, food, sanitation and medicine.
"We come up with projects in mutual countries that will increase understanding of the common values and interconnectedness of our two nations," said Deepak Naik, CEO and secretary-general of UK's Coventry-based Minorities of Europe (MoE).
Minorities of Europe, based in King Richard Street, Hillfields, is supporting a plan to teach unemployed young people in Kabul the traditional skill and make money for their families.
Minorities of Europe (MoE), based just off Walsgrave Road in Stoke, has secured a grant of pounds 235,000 from the government's department of international development.
Minorities of Europe (MoE), in Legacy House, Walsgrave Road, Stoke, has been given the cash by the Asha Foundation.
It is a subject close to the heart of Mr Gifford, who works for Minorities of Europe (MoE), based in Walsgrave Road, Stoke, Coventry.
Rajay, whose mum is a teacher and whose dad is secretary general of the charity Minorities of Europe, says the catalyst for his own passion and commitment to youth issues and education was fuelled by seeing disad-vantaged young people around him who hadn't had opportunities to succeed.
Henry Squire, who works for the charity Minorities of Europe, Walsgrave Road, Coventry, was commissioned by Warwickshire Police to canvass opinion among the area's ethnic minority communities.
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