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- abbr. electrical engineer
- abbr. electrical engineering
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Estonia.
- Eudemian Ethics
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(I had the option of staying here and finishing faster, but it would have been in EE, which is not really what I want to do for the rest of my life.)
Judging just by the number of articles in EE Times describing new plants opening, new investments being made, etc., activity is very fierce indeed.
I have been following efforts to build new high voltage power lines since majoring in EE in college nearly 15 years ago now.
Not insurmountable, but not solvable by glib pundits and blog commentators lacking degrees in EE and ME.
The only way to diagnose EE is by a biopsy of the esophagus, performed by a gastroenterologist.
Sometimes EE is diagnosed after a child or teenager comes to the hospital with food in the esophagus that he or she is unable to cough up.
EE is still a rare disorder, occurring in an estimated 1 in 3,000 children.
Because EE is a new disorder, we can't tell you what the chances are that your child will outgrow it.
Typical allergy tests, such as skin or blood tests that identify immediate allergic reactions, are not usually effective for diagnosis of eosinophilic esophagitis because the allergic reacting involved in EE is often delayed several days after an allergen is introduced.
EE, is this JT Ellison related to the Jay-Tee Ellison over at Murderati?