EOM

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EOMEnd Of Message
EOMEnd Of Month
EOMEquations Of Motion
EOMExtinction of Mankind (band)
EOMEvaluation of Materials
EOMElection Observation Mission
EOMEnd of Market
EOMElements of Music (music producer)
EOMEnterprise Operations Management
EOMExecutive Office of the Mayor (Washington, DC)
EOMExtractable Organic Matter (energy)
EOMExtra-Ocular Movement (medical)
EOMEmployee of the Month
EOMEnd of Monitor
EOMEnd of Medium
EOMEnd of Marketing
EOMEnterprise Output Management
EOMEthernet over Mpls
EOMEthernet Optical Module
EOMEngineering Operations Manual
EOMEnd of the Month
EOMEmphasis of Matter (auditing)
EOMEconomy of Movement
EOMEnd of Media
EOMExtra-Ocular Muscle (medical)
EOMEvery Other Month
EOMEquilibrium of Man
EOMEvery Other Monday
EOMEquipment Original Manufacturer
EOMElectro-Optic Modulator
EOMEnterprise Order Management (software)
EOMExpenditure on Manpower
EOMEye-Opening Monitor (circuit architecture)
EOMEarth Observation Magazine
EOMEnd of Mission
EOMEntreprise d'Opération Maritime (French: Maritime Operation Company)
EOMElectric Overhead Monorail
EOMEnd Of Memory
EOMEngineering Operations Manual (various organizations)
EOMEssential Object Model
EOMExtra Ordinary Maintenance (budgeting)
EOMEarl of March (secondary school)
EOMEnd of Module
EOMEarth Observation Mission
EOMEnterprise Output Manager (Unisys)
EOMEastern Owners Meeting
EOMEnd of Matter
EOMEchelons of Maintenance (USMC logistics)
EOMEnglish Only Movement
EOMEnlisted Open Mess
EOMExecution Ordering Method
EOMEnvironmental Management and Operations
EOMEngineering Operation and Maintenance Manual
EOMEmpty of Message (message boards, chat rooms)
EOMExecutive Office Memorandum
EOMEnd of Minute
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The economy of movement does not mean movements should be restricted, however, as conscious restriction on movements may lead to unnecessary stiffness in the body.
Our results certainly call in to question whether the total time, economy of movement (path length and angular path length) and tissue handling parameters (tissue damage, maximum damage and maximum stretch damage) are meaningful evaluation criteria for this simulator.
Khan is a spellbinding dancer--his economy of movement is precisely controlled and immensely expressive--but here his choreography is hidebound by Binoche's inexperience.
His choreography, free of frills and shaped by economy of movement, could be called intention in motion.
He has a certain style and a certain economy of movement, because he is usually four or five steps ahead of most people.
If you think about Davie's goal against Celtic that day it was all about economy of movement and the way in which he fooled their players who tried to take him on because they thought they had anticipated which way he was going next as he danced around their penalty area.
A professor of dramatic arts at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Donlon encouraged the duo to channel creative energy through improvisation and economy of movement.
FOR MANY THE EMPHASIS IS ON SPEED LOADING, BUT THIS LESSON EXAMINES JUST THE BASIC PROCEDURES, AS SPEED IS ACHIEVED THROUGH PRACTICE AND ECONOMY OF MOVEMENT.
Wimbledon old boy Kevin Cooper's corner dropped right on Blake's head and, with no challenge from his marker Chris Willmott and confused keeper Davis nowhere, the Welshman, already renowned for his economy of movement, had only to adjust his cranium to guide into an empty net.
Functional flexibility is best exhibited by economy of movement in the desired sport skill," he explains.
Much of what has been learned so far points out the importance of economy of movement.