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  • noun The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Egypt.


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  • EG is one of the few books, SFy or not, that I literally finished the book, was awed, turned over the book, and began reading again.

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  • If that's all that was said on the matter - that Brock called Mellon "EG" - then there is no obvious reference to 'The Defenders' within the reality of Toobworld.


  • They didn't - just to correct that, we report our sales through Ericsson are through a distribution partner called EG Components in Sweden.

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  • Instead, the team had to combine all three measures -- gravitational lensing, growth and clustering -- into one ratio, called EG, in such a way that any uncertainty introduced by dark matter assumptions cancels out.

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  • The observed ratio, dubbed EG, has a value of 0.39 ± 0.06. all content

  • About a month ago I went to a conference in Monterey called EG; short for Entertainment Gathering.


  • If not, then this splainin is over and done with now - Brock called Mellon "EG" because those were the initials of his first and middle name.


  • As for the mention of "EG", Allan Rich's character was a lawyer named Mellon, but the "EG" had to be an in-joke reference to EG Marshall who was the star of 'The Defenders' at the time.


  • Harney & Sons has “Winter White” EG which is intriguing.

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  • I actually rewrote that overview of the mechanics para from my Metal Slug Anthology review for EG, which is why it slipped in there. "



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