EIR


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EIR

n. popular acronym for environmental impact report, required by many states as part of the application to a county or city for approval of a land development or project. (See: environmental impact report)

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Since the program s launch in 2014, Cisco EIR has successfully incubated and collaborated with 17 startups in Silicon Valley and Vienna, Austria.
EIR has leveraged its understanding and proven track record within the compensation market and combined this expertise with SuccessFactors' market-leading solutions to bring extensive functional knowledge, a proven service methodology and deep technical expertise to deliver solutions that meet the business goals of SuccessFactors' customers.
In addition, EIR will provide information on potential UAE trade partners available to companies outside the UAE.
The EIR provides a convenient one-stop point for verifying such information,' said Zaid Kamhawi, chief business officer, Emcredit.
From 1922 to 1938 Irish vehicles displayed SE (Saorstat Eireann) when outside the country, then EIR from 1938 to 1962.
One of the first steps in the EIR process is to hold a scoping meeting, which is scheduled for 6 to 8 Thursday night at City Hall, 44933 Fern Ave.
At one time a high EIR was considered a sign of financial health.
Like Marchionini, he discovered that elementary students were generally successful in their use of this text-based EIR and, further, that they became increasingly proficient as the school year progressed and they learned to maneuver more and more effectively within this environment.
It fails to recognize substantial and key evidence in the EIR and administrative record supporting the CBSC determination that PEX does not pose a significant risk to human health.
Additionally, BHI is actively recruiting neuroscience and neurology experts for EIR positions within the NIH's National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).
In addition to the Wishtoyo Foundation's criticism of the EIR, the California Native American Heritage Commission also submitted a letter to the Planning Commission arguing the Tataviam had been overlooked.
The Riverside Motorsports Park EIR, which was completed in compliance with requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA law), and certified and approved by the Merced County Board of Supervisors on 12 December 2006, is more than 10,000 pages long.