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evo

(ˈiːvəʊ)
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Austral an informal word for evening
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EVI expects the addition of AAdvantage to be accretive to its current fiscal year ended June 30, 2018.
The new campaign aims to galvanize public and private sector commitments for EV fleet procurement and deployment, strengthening the work begun with the EVI Government Fleet Declaration for public fleets, and reaching out to businesses for commitments on the electrification of private fleets.
O EVI foi criado com o intuito de aprimorar a deteccao da vegetacao em regioes com maiores densidades de biomassa e para reduzir a influencia do sinal do solo e da atmosfera sobre a resposta do dossel.
Installing the EVI kit will not require the removal of the petrol/diesel engine from the car, instead the energy source can be changed with the flick of a switch.
Release date- 19102012 - POSCO hosted the '2nd Annual POSCO Global EVI Forum' on October 17th at the Seoul Sheraton Grande Walker Hill Hotel, aimed to strengthen successful partnerships and secure exchange with potential global partners.
To overcome this barrier, EVI creates a tunnel through the Layer 3 network by encapsulating the packets travelling between the data centres, Shaikh said.
Investigators determined that the ESOP bought approximately 90% of EVI stock for more than $28 million.
de todo elemento (objeto u actor) situado en el entorno virtual; el otro, seria el comportamiento autonomo tipicamente asociado a la toma de decisiones de distintos EVI, u objetos autonomos que pueden formar parte de la simulacion.
They found that 34 to 53 percent of the variability in soil salinity could be correlated to EVI and whether land was eligible for CRP inclusion.
Beeton and Pham (2003) illustrated the advantages of the EVI technology, deeply discussed the economiser sizing and showed the performance of an R-404A unit at ARI standard low and medium temperatures.
The table 1 shows briefly, the EVI score for some Central and East European Countries.