from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. extravehicular activity

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  • Initialism of extravehicular activity.


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  • Preparing for a space shuttle flight or an EVA is a very intense process.

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  • Other: David also worked on the reconstruction of the radiotelescope (much of this work was done in EVA suits), rode along on GPS tracking runs, and participated as a research subject in the food study, suit constraints study, and hab architecture study.

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  • There's where that lost bag of tools that drifted off in EVA 1 went! lowell

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  • The Angel, book in hand, greets her with an AVE, thus transposing the name EVA, _mutans Evæ nomen_.

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  • This avatar - nicknamed "EVA" - lives on the Lincoln C instrument panel and can take on a personalized visual image and personality.

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  • The company has developed a metric called EVA Momentum to measure profitability, performance, and momentum on a balanced scale, regardless of market cap or industry sector.

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  • The application called EVA and the paper work about it will appear on the EC-TEL'09

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  • He calls EVA's voicemail number (a toll-free number with PIN access), where he dictates his instructions.

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  • Another item that was not on their checklist but that NASA wanted accomplished fairly early during their EVA was the planting of the American flag.

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  • Creator Bennett Stewart of EVA Dimensions, who also co-created EVA economic value added, calls EVA momentum the only percent metric where more is always better than less.


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