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EOM

(End Of Message) A character that signals the end of the current message.
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The basis for the interpretation of the mutagenicity data is summarized in Table 1, and the mutagenicity dose-response data for the EOM samples are shown in Table 2.
The EOM final report also pointed out the low participation rate of women acting as polling-station heads -- 8 percent -- compounding an already existing insufficient number of polling staff members.
After being scolded, three members of the EOM exited a symposium held earlier this week in the National Council for Women, a state-affiliated organisation that advocates for women's rights.
For instance, polling in 9 percent of the stations visited by the EOM was rated as "poor or inadequate.
More and more the EOMs reflect the true meaning of one of the central lines of action of our Organization, which is to reinforce the institution of democracy in our region," explains OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza.
An EOM contraction will cause an eye movement, the contracting muscle being known as the agonist.
The EU EOM has checked all the uploaded publicly preliminary results on the IEC's website implementing the triggers established by the IEC.
The EOM was calculated for each parameter at each location.
EOM stressed in its report that the election process is assessed for its compliance with OSCE and Council of Europe commitments and standards for democratic elections, as well as national legislation.
We have identified five categories of "practices": environmental and occupational medicine (EOM) clinical practice specialists; EOM public health practitioners; international EOM practitioners (in the developing world); community-based primary care providers; and academic EOM physician-scientists.
EOM (Electrical Contractors) began trading in 1996 when 12 employees decided to buy Evan Morgan Ltd, the business they had worked for, from the receiver.