Definitions for "EEC"
An organization of nations established in 1957 to promote free trade and economic cooperation among the nations of western Europe. Its original members were Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, and West Germany. Britain, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and Spain joined later. Often known as the Common Market or (more recently) as the EC, its functions have expanded to include the allocation of industrial and agricultural specialties to different member nations. In 1991 the Maastricht Treaty committed members to adopt a single currency and common foreign policy and defense, but the treaty, which calls upon members to surrender considerable chunks of sovereignty, was not ratified by all members until 1993.
The "Common Market" of primarily West European countries organized to promote coordinated development of economic activities, continuous and balanced expansion, increased stability, and closer relations among member states. Methods included elimination of customs duties and import restrictions among member states and a common customs tariff, a common commercial policy toward outside countries, and a common agricultural and transport policy.
an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members; "he took Britain into Europe"
Electronic Engine Control (Ford)
Evaporative Emission Controls (Ford)
Keywords:  enteropathogenic, coli
Enteropathogenic E. coli
Early Excellence Centre
Early Education and Care
electoral education centre
estimated environmental concentration. Predicted concentration of a pesticide within an environmental compartment based on estimates of quantities released, discharge patterns and inherent disposition of the pesticide (fate and distribution) as well as the nature of the specific receiving ecosystems. (US-EPA, 1992)
estimating earning capacity
estimated exposure concentration. Measured or calculated amount or mass concentration of a substance to which an organism is likely to be exposed, considering exposure by all sources and routes
electrical engineering certificate
The Engine Computer.
End Entity Certificate. A certificate belonging to a non-CA entity, e.g. you, me or the computer on your desk.
Keywords:  error, correction, extended
Extended Error Correction