from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. European Community
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- n. Symbol for the exacoulomb, an SI unit of electric charge equal to 1018 coulombs.
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Ecuador.
- European Communities (1965-1993), a forerunner of the European Union.
- European Community (1993-2009), formerly known as the EEC.
- European Commission.
- Edge Combiner.
- Entorhinal cortex.
- Earth closet.
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One of the problems I have with the system currently employed in the EC is its methodology which diverts much manufacturing elsewhere (i.e. Asia) rather than making it more efficient.
This volume, which I'm barely halfway through, is a pure revelation of the lean (yet at times gloriously excessive) storytelling style at play in EC's absurdly rich back catalog.
The EC is a literary game of telephone, concocted by Jay Lake and I, and to be published later this year (July?) by Fairwood Press (Patrick Swenson's outfit, the publishers of Talebones magazine).
So anyone who has not read or mastered the works of these philosophers and also has the temerity to disagree with EC is de facto wrong?
Poor EC is so full of himself that several writers who have dealt with his misstatements regarding the Misean School ripped into his economic fallacies and then stated that they would have nothing more to do with him on the topic since he could not get his arguments straight.
The EC is supposed to draft a yearly report on such matters.
Some think the EC is mostly a federalism device ... including Amar actually.
EC is safe, effective, and - despite what you may have heard - not an abortion pill.
EC is currently available to Canadian women with a prescription.
The EC is pushing as examples of efforts that will lead to clear DRM standards as MPEG21, OMA and DVB, all of which are working towards a ‘domain’ concept for the movement of music around a home.