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  • engine cut-off or engine cutoff; a NASA term for when rocket engines are shutdown


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  • The "eco indicator" on automatic transmission models is a green ECO light to indicate when the driver is achieving good fuel economy. News

  • The term ECO (short for ecology) has been common saying in Japan recently, showing their concern for mother nature's health.

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  • The chess community is particularly grateful for the openings classification system known as ECO codes, after its five-volume work “Encyclopedia of Chess Openings.”

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  • In general, I have found that most companies using the word ECO in front of anything that they sell are like most – just trying to sell some material to you.


  • Delphi now includes a EJB-like framework for persistence and workflow called ECO, which makes heavy use of tooling and inheritance.

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  • The ECO is a central Asian trading bloc which was reactivated in 1992 by Iran, Turkey, and Pakistan.

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  • For more information, call ECO Trails at 970-328-3523.

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  • All three countries are founding members of the ECO, which is an intergovernmental regional organization established in 1985 for the purpose of promoting economic, technical and cultural cooperation among member states.

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  • ECO-EMBEDDED, which we first highlighted last summer, could also have been dubbed ECO-PEACE-OF-MIND:

  • A UNCW group called ECO, which stands for environmental concerns organization, organized the demonstration, but many community members joined them.

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