YEG

AcronymDefinition
YEGYoung Entrepreneurs Group (Takefu, Japan)
YEGEdmonton, Alberta, Canada - Edmonton International (Airport Code)
YEGYoung Explorers Grant (National Geographic Society)
YEGYouth Expert Group (Nepal)
YEGYoung Embroiderers' Guild (UK)
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As part of the programme, AERIUM Analytics will deliver UAV-based mapping and inspection services in support of YEG's maintenance programmes and economic development planning.
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The four main Canadian gateways are Vancouver (YVR), Edmonton (YEG), Toronto (YYZ), and Montreal (YUL).
A little known fact is that the band were almost called Yeg as Dean had real trouble getting the 's' right on the logo.
Adamis AP, Miller JW, Bemal MT, D'Amico DJ, Folkman J, Yeo TK, Yeg TK (1994) Increased vascular endothelial growth factor levels in the vitreous of eyes with proliferative diabetic retinopathy.
Notice that the passenger's destination is Edmonton, Alberta (YEG), which is located outside the buffer zone.
As part of the winter schedule, Swoop announced three-times weekly service between Edmonton International Airport (YEG) and twice-weekly service between Winnipeg Richardson International Airport (YWG) and Los Cabos International Airport (SJD).
To study antifungal activity of cell free crude extract of selected screened bacteria against fungal pathogens, bacterial strains were grown in yeast extract-glucose (YEG) medium for three days in an orbital incubator shaker with 80 rpm at 30 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C.
Papalik otoritesine boyun egmeyen herkesi dusman sayan Bati Hiristiyanlari, hain Hiristiyan heretiklerin imhasini Muslumanlara karsi ortak bir zafere yeg tuttular.
Abbreviations and conventions in examples 1s 1st person singular 1px 1st person plural exclusive 2s 2nd person singular 3d 3rd person dual 3f 3rd person singular feminine 3m 3rd person singular masculine 3s 3rd person singular 3p 3rd person plural f feminine m masculine sg singular pl plural O object S subject ASP aspect ANAPH anaphoric demonstrative COYT continuous aspect DEM demonstrative EMPH emphatic clitic HAB habitual aspect YEG negation PossI inalienable possessive PossII alienable possessive RED reduplication RELR relator [stm.sub.2] 2nd part of bipartite stem