SOE

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AcronymDefinition
SOESpecial Operations Executive (World War II; UK)
SOESony Online Entertainment Inc.
SOEState of the Environment (AU)
SOESpecial Operations Executive (British organisation responsible for training and coordinating the operations of partisan groups in occupied countries, WWII)
SOEScope of Employment
SOESchool of Education
SOESchool of Engineering
SOESpirit of Excellence (various organizations)
SOESystem of Entry
SOESale of Equipment
SOESupervisor of Elections
SOESociety of Engineers (various locations)
SOEState-Owned Enterprise
SOESpirit of Enterprise (various locations)
SOEStatus of Eligibility (Florida)
SOESpecial Operation Equipment
SOEStandard Operating Environment
SOESection of Epidemiology (various organizations)
SOESpirit of Elijah
SOEState of Emergency (game and game term)
SOESequence Of Events
SOEStandards of Evidence
SOESymbol of Excellence
SOESerial over Ethernet
SOESolaris Operating Environment
SOESound over Ethernet
SOESvenska Offroad Entusiasterna (Swedish forum)
SOESchool of Evangelism (Youth with a Mission secondary training school)
SOESchedule Of Events
SOESociety of Operations Engineers
SOEStandards of Excellence
SOESecret Operations Executive (UK)
SOESisters of Elune (role-playing)
SOESecret of Evermore (video game)
SOESystem Operational Effectiveness (US DoD)
SOEStatement of Expenditure
SOESmall Open Economy (market model)
SOESecretary of Energy (sometimes seen as 'S of E')
SOESmall Office Edition
SOEServer Operating Environment (computing)
SOESum of Exponentials (mathematics)
SOESplicing-by-Overlap Extension
SOESpecial Ops Edition (OCZ Technology)
SOESega of Europe
SOESocially Owned Enterprise
SOEScroll of Escape (Lineage 2 game)
SOESupport of Excavation (construction)
SOESales Order Entry
SOESindicat Occitan de l'Educacion (French education union)
SOESenior Officials Exercise
SOEService Order Entry
SOEStrength of Earth Totem (gaming, World of Warcraft)
SOESafe Operating Envelope
SOESoldiers of Europe (gaming clan)
SOEStandard Office Environment
SOEShare of Expenditure (finance)
SOESubwavelength Optical Elements
SOESecondary Optical Element (optics)
SOEStatus Of Equipment
SOESoftware Operating Environment
SOEStationary Operating Engineer (facilities personnel)
SOESouthern Ocean Exploration (Melbourne, Australia)
SOESmall Operating Equipment
SOEShades of Elegance
SOESum Of Errors
SOEStandard Option Equipment
SOESubmerged Operating Envelope (submarine design)
SOESponsor Owned Equipment (US Navy)
SOEShort of Exchange
SOESynthetic Operational Environment
SOEServodrive Profile over EtherCAT
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The police questioned him on Sunday to build the sequence of events.
The sequence of events is told through journal entries and letters written by many of the significant characters, and the action builds up brilliantly.
Northumbria Police confirmed the link between the two incidents but said it had yet to determine a sequence of events leading up to the discovery of the woman's body.
The sequence of events was that Kennedy had supported the (unsuccessful) attack on Cuba and was planning to set up nuclear missile bases in Turkey, threatening the heart of Russia.
For the disease to strike a young child, this sequence of events must start very early in development, perhaps in the womb.
A similar sequence of events has unfolded at White Hart Lane.
Growing Up Abolitionist covers a complex sequence of events with excellent clarity and ease of style.
But it is a staggering sequence of events which involve an executive being moved from a job in London to one in Coventry, with a loan from the company allowing him to "relocate" to Buckinghamshire followed by the subsequent redundancy and compensatory deal.
It was piloted by a woman understood to be Mr Bruce's girlfriend, who was last night helping police piece together the sequence of events which led to the fall.
Hippocampal activity also remained unchanged as drivers recounted the plots of familiar, famous movies, a task that invokes memory for a sequence of events similar to the recall of routes.
He added: "I expect it to be one sequence of events and I expect it to be in a fairly rapid order."
Bergen's experience as a CNN analyst is evident in his ability to explain with clarity complicated political and military details so that the audience can follow the sequence of events. The skillful abridgment highlights the salient information and leaves the listener with a fairly complete picture of the facts behind the war in Afghanistan.