EAS

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EAS

abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) equivalent air speed
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Noun1.EAS - a federal warning system that is activated by FEMA; enables the President to take over the United States airwaves to warn the whole country of major catastrophic events
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What is the hard tag at the end of a shoe lace called?
T4 will produce double chamber bags, which are those that the market appreciates mostly and which will have a hard tag and will be sealed without using adhesive or metal.
Metalcraft's standardized RFID Hard Tag is a 5-inch by 1-inch product engineered to provide a read range over 10 feet using the passive, Gen2 KSW Windshield RFID inlay.
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen later was quoted as saying Escobar was out of sorts on the play because he was trying to make a hard tag on Pierzynski.
He will try to move away from the controversial reputation of Fathers 4 Justice but it will be a hard tag to shake off.
Paul joins Norprint from Asda's George Clothing, where he was responsible for the implementation and ongoing development of Norprint's Nortag retail security tag throughout George's 270 UK Asda stores--this being delivered as an encapsulated acoustic magnetic security tag which has replaced the traditional hard tag at George.
Pernice noted, however, that a new disposable hard tag, which can be applied at the manufacturer level, is just now hitting the market.
Still, product tagging has come a long way from the ubiquitous "alligator" hard tag that for many years was a mainstay in the worldwide apparel market.
If you want a record-book bull, yours will be a hard tag to fill, but as long as you know the odds are against you and will be content to go home empty-handed, you can still have a good hunt.
For example, the company has designed a hybrid tag that combines a traditional reusable hard tag with the intelligence of an RFID chip.
We are leveraging Checkpoint's RFID Hard Tag together with the RFID Overhead EAS Solution to obtain all of the benefits of traditional EAS," said Frank Albany, director of Asset Protection, Under Armour.