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ENO

Abbrev. for European Northern Observatory. See Roque de los Muchachos Observatory.
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Officers finally found Eno after he yelled at them from a nearby boat that did not belong to him, police said.
"Pushing the barriers of what opera can be is part of our vision at ENO and is why we are moving forward with productions by both established opera directors and directors from across the arts spectrum," he told The Sunday Telegraph.
Eno spent most of last season on the sidelines following a cruciate ligament operation earlier this year.
Not quite four years later, ENO has been recognized with a Platts Energy Award for Global Infrastructure Project of the Year for a ground-up rebuild of 844 miles of its gas line network.
Brian Eno originally composed Music far Airports in 1978, for voices, acoustic piano, and synthesizer, as a means to alleviate irritation caused by going through airport terminals.
eNO has been shown to predict the probability of a steroid response more dependably than standard spirometry, and using eNO to direct asthma treatment with inhaled steroids has been shown to reduce dosage while maintaining asthma control.
John Berry, the artistic director of ENO, said the company was hugely disappointed by the turn of events.
In contrast, eNO is a noninvasive biomarker of lower airway eosinophilic airway inflammation.
All that drummer Larry Mullen would reveal was that songwriting with Lanois and Eno put a new slant on their relationship, and he was enjoying the experience.
Debley is currently conducting a longitudinal National Institutes of Health-funded study at Seattle Children's Hospital that is evaluating the use of eNO in wheezy toddlers and infants.
Artistic director Dianne Eno's choreography draws on her ancestral Native American beliefs and mythology.
"If you've had a rough day, putting on really gentle classical music or a Brian Eno record when you get home is like aural Xanax."