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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Eia

 

a river in Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR. The Eia falls into the Eia Estuary in the Taganrog Bay on the Sea of Azov. Length, 311 km; basin area, 8,650 sq km. The Eia flows in a broad valley through the Kubano-Priazovskaia (Prikubanskaia) Lowland. It flows mainly when the snow is thawing; it dries up in summer. In its lower reaches the valley is marsh-ridden. The water in the river is salty. The average annual water discharge is approximately 2.5 cu m per sec (at Kuschevskaia stanitsa [large cossack village]). The Eia’s tributaries are the Sosyka on the left and the Kugoeia on the right.

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EIA

(Electronic Industries Alliance, Arlington, VA, www.ecaus.org/eia/site) A membership organization founded in 1924 as the Radio Manufacturing Association. It sets standards for consumer products and electronic components. In 1988, it spun off its Information & Telecommunications Technology Group into a separate organization known as the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). See JEDEC, TIA and consumer electronics.
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