Eika

Eika

 

a river in the Evenki National Okrug, Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR.

In its upper reaches the Eika forms the border with Irkutsk Oblast. It is a right tributary of the Nizhniaia Tunguska (Enisei basin). The Eika’s length is 400 km, and its basin area is 18,900 sq km. It follows a winding course across the Central Siberian plateau and is fed by various sources, predominantly melting snow. Its principal tributaries are the Tanga, luneken, and Pirda on the right and the Munkamba on the left.

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We congratulate them on this production success and look forward to having their support as we scale up our own production," said Daniel de los Toyos of Eika, who is launching a line of supercapacitors under the KONEIKA brand, using Dreamweaver separators.
org/papers/w19829; and Lasse Eika, Magne Mogstad, and Basit Zafar, Educational assortative mating and household income inequality, Working Paper 20271 (Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, July 2014), pp.
On 21 January 2005 the judicial panel of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania held an open appellative hearing to judge the administrative case based on the appeals of the Administration of Vilnius City Municipality, the defendant, and Eika UAB, a third party concerned, against the judgement of Vilnius County Administrative Court (passed on 30 September 2004) revoking the defendant's order in the administrative case based on the complaint of the Homeowner Association No.
Wisloff F; Eika S, Rippe E, Hjorth M, Holmberg E, Kaasa 5, Palva I, Westin J.
Haluamasi paivat valitaan varaukseen automaattisesti, eika edullisen hotellimatkan varaamista esta enaa mikaan.
Puulattia on lammin, eika hyvin tehty narise [A wood flooring is warm].
Banks are still uptight Domas Dargis, expansion director of Eika, a large real estate development company in Lithuania, says the company has several projects in which it would like to lure foreign funds and investors in.
Peter Bjerregaard, Marit Eika Jorgensen, and Knut Borch-Johnsen, "Cardiovascular Risk Amongst Migrant and Non-Migrant Greenland Inuit in a Gender Perspective," Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 35 (2004), 380-386.
This is in line with the general perception of the business cycle (see for example Bjcrnland (2000) and Johansen and Eika (2000)).
Women gathered together on Sunday afternoon at Eika (a Greek word meaning 'people living in the same house' used by Protestants to refer to the pastor's house and nearby terrain), at the same time as the other members of the Evangelical Church met to discuss and organize their work.
1) This method would take care of the criticism levelled by Eika, et al.