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E·co

 (ĕ′kō), Umberto 1932-2016.
Italian writer best known for his novels, including The Name of the Rose (1980). He also wrote extensively on semiotics and British and American popular culture.

eco

(ˈiːkəʊ)
n
a. short for ecology
b. (as modifier): an eco group.

Eco

(ˈɛkəʊ)
n
(Biography) Umberto. born 1932, Italian semiologist and writer. His novels include The Name of the Rose (1981) and Foucault's Pendulum (1988)
Translations

eco

:
ecosphere
nÖkosphäre f
ecosystem
nÖkosystem nt
ecotourism
nÖkotourismus m
eco-warrior
n (inf)Ökokämpfer(in) m(f)
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The 23rd Executive Committee Meeting of ECO Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be held on 17th November at Ankara, Turkey which is being hosted with the cooperation of Union Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkey (TOBB) and to be attended by all the National/Federation Chambers of Commerce by Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan who are the members of ECO CCI.
The Eco Trend Report explores the environmental trends occurring among us, from recycling initiatives to solar power projects.
He's also converted his parent's home to a model of eco living, and written several books on green lifestyles.
Under the agreement, IAH will be the sole distributor of ECO in the Southeast Asian and Oceania market, which includes Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand.
Los Angeles-based designer Linda Loudermilk is taking eco-fashion to the next level, and is in her fourth season of creating what she calls "luxury eco.
In the first installment, Juliet Cuming tries to define what makes a house an eco home.