Eula


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Eula

(ˈjuːlə)
n acronym for
(Computer Science) end-user licence agreement: the agreement made by a user before being granted permission to use computer software
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Eula Varner is top of the shop in the MansionBet Fillies' Handicap.
Eula is nearing the end of her time here, soon to be gifted for free to a handler who suffers from visual impairment.
Actors like Eula Valdes, Rocky Salumbides and Jess Mendoza are also flying to attend the festival.
Aside from playing a challenging role, he had to work with his mother Eula who is part of the cast.
The documentary focuses on the electric current of injustice pulsing in the veins of the African American community, particularly in Los Angeles where police officers shot Eula Love over an overdue utility bill.
The management of DIB responds: Dubai Islamic Bank would like to confirm that our customer service team has been in touch with Ms Eula Mae Maramag to address this issue.
The winning team in the senior division comprised Adam Wilson, Alexia Skrypnyk and Thomas Griffith from St Christopher's School, and from the junior division was Francis Jan Tandoc, Bernard Errol Advincula and Eula Marie Carrera from the Philippine School.
Writers such as Maggie Nelson, Claudia Rankine, Eula Biss, and Elena Passarello have tested the boundaries of genre and in doing so have offered some of the most exciting and innovative writing being produced.
Before implementing any electronic health record system, you first must sign an end-user license agreement (EULA) with the EHR vendor.
That day, three individuals--James Hugh Moss, a black family man locally renowned for his baseball skills; Clifford Thompson, Moss's white friend who grew up in the Smoky Mountains; and Eula Mae Thompson, Clifford's wife and a woman with a troubling history of failed marriages and minor run-ins with the law--left Etowah, Tennessee, unknowingly on a collision course with Deep South justice.
The Varner family argues about sending an eight-year-old Eula