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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Carolan Lennon, eir Chief Executive Officer, commented:
Operators in Ireland such as Enet, Eir, and Vodafone Ireland have extensive network deployments, which are fibre-based, which are aimed at providing 1Gb/s services.
Still, you had to laugh when ex-communications minister Denis Naughten, who lost his job over his handling of the plan, told Sean O'Rourke he is "sceptical" about Eir's claim.
SPORT: European Games, day six - eir Sport 1 0700 & BT Sport 1000.
The Dubliner, whose campaign for new legislation known as Coco's Law, is fully behind the Eir leaflet.
Pharmaceutics International Inc (Pii) said on Thursday that it has received the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Establishment Inspection Reports (EIRs) for its facilities in Hunt Valley and Cockeysville, MD.
The BroadForward Next Generation EIR is a multi-protocol software solution, used by leading operators to protect their mobile networks against device theft and fraud.
Nesse sentido, autores tentam explicar o EIR com o foco na maturacao dos atletas, que pode propiciar melhores atributos fisicos para o desempenho no esporte (Albuquerque e colaboradores, 2016b Cobley e Basker, 2009).
O EIR tem sido investigado em varios esportes, como no Taekwondo (Albuquerque e colaboradores, 2012), Judo (Albuquerque e colaboradores, 2015; Ferreira e colaboradores, 2016), Xadrez (Breznik, Law, 2016), Rugby (Kearney, 2017), Wrestler (Albuquerque e colaboradores, 2014), handebol (Cobley e colaboradores, 2009) e Futebol (Costa e colaboradores, 2009; Kirkendall, 2014; Penna e colaboradores, 2015).
The YourNest EIR program will aim to support proven entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas to build successful ventures of the future.
The decision contributes to CEQA jurisprudence in many ways, addressing the standard of review for adjudicating EIR adequacy, the assessment of legal feasibility of project mitigation measures, and CEQAs substantive mandate that agencies adopt feasible mitigations before considering project approval based on considerations of public benefit.