ECU

EISA Configuration Utility

ecu

(engine control unit) is an electronic unit that controls various aspects of an internal combustion engine
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écu

(from the article `coin`) ...and weighing about four grams; its types continued the `castle` of the denier tournois but with concentric inscription and ornament frequently ...
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ecu

a notional unit of exchange, conceived in 1979, based on a `basket,` or weighted combination, of the currencies of nations that belonged to the ... [1 related articles]
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ECU

A unit of account the value of which depended on the underlying value of the constituent currencies of participating European Union states. The ECU, which converted into the
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ECU

A unit of account, the value of which depended on the underlying value of the constituent currencies of participating European Union states. The ECU, which was superseded by the euro on 1 January 1999, was not legal tender and was not represented by official banknotes and coins – unlike the euro which is a true currency in its own right
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ECU

acronym: Environmental Change Unit (Oxford)
Found on http://cdiac.ornl.gov/pns/acronyms.html#E

Ecu

ECU is American nursing slang for Eternal Care Unit, heaven.
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ECU

Electronic Control Unit
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ECU

Electronic Control Unit.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21816

ECU

Encryption Co-ordination Unit
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ECU

Entry Control Unit
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ECU

European Currency Unit
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ECU

European Currency Unit
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ecu

European Unit of Account. A so-called "basket currency" made up of the EU currencies. The forerunner of the euro used by the European Commission for accounting purposes and also for financial transactions such as bond issues and loans.
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ECU

Is the European Currency Unit.
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ECU

Is the European Currency Unit.
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Ecu

Large French silver coin made during the end of the monarchy. Also proposed European currency unit.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_numismatics

Ecu

Large French silver coin made during the end of the monarchy. Also proposed European currency unit.
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ECU

See: European Currency Unit
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ECU

The European currency unit (ECU) comprises a basket of currencies of the countries participating in the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM). The basket represents ERM membership in 1989 and includes currencies that will not be part of the euro. Conversely, there are currencies in the euro that are not in the ECU basket. When the euro is launched, the ECU...
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ECU

The European unit of account (EUA) was phased in from 1975 to replace the old unit of account (u.a.) and was itself replaced by the ecu in 1979.The ecu was replaced by the euro on 1 January 1999....
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