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EEast
EEnlisted (military)
EEcstasy (3,4-Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine, MDMA)
Ebase for the natural logarithm; approximately 2.71828
EEven (par; golf)
ESpecial Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
EEstate (IRB)
EEnterprise (Rent-A-Car)
EElectronic
EExtra (as in extra fine)
ELondon East (postcode, United Kingdom)
EEntertainment Television
EEveryone (ESRB)
Eestablished
EEarth
EEdge (welded joint type)
EEnergy
EExplorer (Microsoft)
EEuro (European currency)
EError
EEmpty
EExisting
EElectrical
EEnable
EEar
EEnhanced (911 service)
EElectrical Field (physics)
EElement
EExposure Level
EEndangered (species classification)
EEminem (rapper)
EEngineer
EExcellence (Navy award given to ships or units for top performance)
EEcho
EElectricity
EVolt (electronics)
EEarl (British title of nobility)
ENew Brunswick (Canada Post designation)
EFailing Grade (used instead of or in addition to F)
EElectra (Records)
EExpectation (mathematics; probability theory)
EEnlightenment
EElectron
EEnergizer (battery)
EEquilibrium (economics)
EEuropean Route (European interstate)
EEspana (Spain) (International Auto Identification)
EEntgegen
EExpulsion
EExa- (10^18, SI Prefix)
EEni Spa (stock symbol)
EExchequer (UK)
EYoung's Modulus (of elasticity)
EEccentricity
EEscherichia (genus of the E. coli bacterium)
ETocopherol Acetate (vitamin)
EEmitter (transistor; electronics)
EGlutamate (amino acid)
EEnron Corp.
EErlang (telephone traffic analysis)
EEnlisted Man
EEpinephrine (adrenaline)
EElectromotive Force (voltage)
EExponentiation
EEmissivity
EEthambutol
EElectronic/Electronics (US military aircraft designation; as in E-3A)
EEpoxy Coated Rebar (also seen as ECR)
EEstimated Sign (European packaging)
EFederal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Virginia (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
EHave Directed Traffic (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
ETotal probable error
ESpecial Electronic Installation (US Military aerospace mission designation)
EEsophoria at Distance
EUndenominated United States Stamp (25 cents, introduced 3 Apr 1988)
EElectronic Night Bombing Installation (US Navy)
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Inquiry was also approved against the officials of Sarhad Development Authority for causing a heavy loss to the national exchequer by illegally allowing an educational institute to establish a campus at Industrial Estate/Zone Hayatabad.
An investigation for misuse of authority and causing loss to national exchequer has been authorized against them.
The Exchequer has to pay interest on its IOUs, the bonds it sells.
According to the chargesheet filed by the CBI, the loss to the exchequer is pegged at 30,984 crore rupees.
If the money is not being paid in bonuses then it can be offset against losses and the Exchequer will receive nothing.
Listing the duties paid to the crown for every item that arrived or departed the country, Britain's exchequer customs accounts provide the most complete record of any pre-modern country's trade history.
To maximise turnover and consequently taxation due to the exchequer, the race schedule should be organised so that one meeting takes place on the maximum number of days throughout the year.
UK software company IRIS announced on Monday the launch of the new IRIS Exchequer Warehouse Solutions module, part of its IRIS Exchequer accounting software solution.
Worldwide Computer Products News-13 October 2009-IRIS introduces IRIS Exchequer Warehouse Solutions module(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Hamilton Bryson, "Robert Paynell's Exchequer Reports (1627-1631)" is a compilation of Paynell's exchequer cases published in the order that he himself originally made.
Mrs Griffiths, who is battling tooth decay in children, had previously written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, on the issue.
As car drivers, we are paying huge sums to the exchequer in the form of road tax, petrol tax and petrol duty and are then being told that we can't use the roads.