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ECU

ECU

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Ecuador. The code is used for transactions to and from Ecuadorian bank accounts and for international shipping to Ecuador. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.

ECU

ECU

see EUROPEAN CURRENCY UNIT.
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In connection with the arrangement, Michael Mason, former member of the board of directors of ECU Silver, has joined the board of Golden Minerals.
Veterans with SCI/D may have the option of obtaining an ECU at little or no cost through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Most ECU countries have already turned to fostering private demand through eased income taxation, or are planning to do so soon.
ECU faithfully found the contact times of May 10th's annular eclipse to within a minute, and it reproduces planetary conjunctions of the distant past.
A global leader in providing LCL (Less than Container Load) services, ECU Line, was acquired by Allcargo Logistics in 2006.
The problem comes when some Soldiers run the ECU in COOL mode without opening the baffle.
ECU Silver Mining Inc added the final order was awarded following the special meeting of ECU security-holders held on 30 August 2011, at which ECU's security holders approved the Arrangement.
The event closed with a session chaired by Deborah Lamm, an ECU alumna and currently president of Edgecombe Community College.
The combination of electronic engine-speed control technology and Honda's hybrid technology, and the exchange of data between the snowblower ECU and the engine ECU allows for the regulation travel speed and throttle opening so that engine speed is maintained relative to load conditions.
An ECU is an electronic device that can operate a plethora of home equipment such as computers, infrared controls (VCR, CD, and DVD players, satellite dish, television, stereo, etc.
The ECU CAN engine controls take advantage of this information to eliminate duplicate wiring and sensors on the engine.
The figures show that in the services sector, labour productivity per person in the EU was just ECU 35,600, while it was ECU 54,400 in the US and ECU 66,100 in Japan.