Eva

(1950) Eva (1950) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Eva

(1955) Eva (1955) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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EVA

(Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) Chemical compound with rubber properties appropriate for soling in the blown or micro cellular form. A shock-absorbing material that's lighter than polyurethane.
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EVA

[benchmark] EVA is a continuously running benchmark project for assessing the quality of protein structure prediction and secondary structure prediction methods. Methods for predicting both secondary structure and tertiary structure - including homology modeling, protein threading, and contact order prediction - are compared to results from...
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Eva

[given name] The given name Eva can refer to the following people: ...
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Eva

[magazine] Eva was a Norwegian monthly magazine, released by Allers Familie-Journal in 2003. Its target group was `active women 40 years and older`, and its circulation was 42,943 in 2004. The editor is Kirsten Offerdal. It was discontinued from the early 2009. ...
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Eva

[moth] Eva is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. ...
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Eva

[name] Eva is a female given name, the Latinate counterpart of English Eve, derived from a Hebrew name meaning `life` or `living one.` It can also mean full of Life or mother of life. It is the standard biblical form of Eve in many European languages. ==Popularity== During the 1990 United States Census, approximately 0.159 percent of female...
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Eva

[sternwheeler] Eva was a sternwheel steamboat that was operated on the Umpqua River on the Oregon coast in the early part of the 1900s. Eva was notable for long service on a short route of about 20 miles. Eva was also notable for having been used by one of its owners to illegally transport dynamite on a passenger-carrying vessel, by the rus...
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EVA

acronym: extra vehicular activity
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EVA

Electronic Vibration Analyzer
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EVA

Equine Veterinarians Australia
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EVA

Equine viral arteritis
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EVA

Ethyl Vinyl Acetate is a light but weak-wearing outsole material
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EVA

Ethyl Violet Azide; used in media for culturing enterococci.
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EVA

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate
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EVA

Ethylene vinyl acetate. EVA is a crosslinked foam to provide cushioning capabilities.
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EVA

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate. Several early RepRap research experiments used off-the-shelf EVA glue sticks in hot-glue guns. Those glue sticks are mostly EVA which melts around 85
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Eva

Eva is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Eva

Eva is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `life, animal` The name Eva is most commonly given to Walloon girls. Eva is at number 8 in the top 50 of Walloon girls (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Evelyn (English) Avy Evani Evelin (German, English) The name sounds like: Evy, Iva See also: Ena, Chava, Chaviva, Evangel...
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eva

ever
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EVA

Extra Veicular Activity - when an astronaut/cosmonaut does something outside their space ship.
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EVA

Extravehicular activity
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EVA

Extravehicular Activity.
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Eva

The white variety is from Spain. There she is, especially in the area DO Ribera del Guadiana (Extremadura) cultivated where they as a co-partner for young white wine (Joven) is used. Furthermore, it is also grown in Italy and Portugal. Synonyms Beba, Beba de los Santos, de Palos Beba, Beba Dorada, bevacizumab, Bevan, Eva de los Santos and de los Sa...
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