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Ede

a city in the central Netherlands, in Gelderland province. Pop.: 105 000 (2003 est.)

Ede

 

a city in Nigeria, in the state of Oyo; situated on the upper Oshun River. Population, 182,000 (1975). Ede is the center of a region producing cacao beans. Cacao beans, tobacco, and cotton are traded and agricultural raw materials are processed in the city.


Ede

 

a city in the Netherlands, in the province of Gelderland. Population, 79,900 (1975). Ede is a railroad junction. Industrial enterprises include a branch of the AKZO chemical-fiber concern and plants for the manufacture of textiles, tobacco and food products, metal articles, and pianos.

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Ede wrote: 'There are other objects which inform my heart and the whole is a deeply lasting experience.
De gemeente Ede wil daarom een raamcontract sluiten met 3 WSCS-OCE gecertificeerde explosievenopsporingsbedrijven.
Researchers found scores on the EDE and EDE-Q to be reliable and valid.
Of the 1543 participants, 602 were interviewed with the EDE (12th edition) diagnostic interview (Raich et al.
En la Figura 4, el frente de ondas alcanza el borde superior en ambos EDE y EVE.
Web Services are commonly seen as the foundation of the new generation of B2B (Business-to-Business) software applications; it follows that Web Services will likely be useful in the context of developing L2L (Library-to-Library) applications, of which EDE is one.
Both storyteller and journalist, Ede cleverly integrates accounts of traditional ways of life now perilously close to extinction with humorous anecdotes of his encounters with a wide range of characters and experiences in faraway settings.
I think it is pretty clear that the idea of providing a place for the exchange of quality children's clothing and equipment is a great business model based on common sense ideas," said Ede.
To find out more information please contact Debbie Ede on 01429 221832 or e-mail Debbie.
Looking to leave behind the "dust world" of the mundane in a global search for sweetness, Ede soon found himself undergoing an ordeal by honey-in-lamb-fat in Syria; dumped in New York minutes before the great blackout; and ultimately pitched into a dangerous wild-honey hunt in the jungles of Nepal, avoiding Maoist rebels on the one hand, and--almost--the retribution of plundered bees on the other.
It seems to be working for the products team, headed by Lucy Ede.