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EVA

Abbrev. for extravehicular activity. Operations, including repair and maintenance, undertaken by an astronaut or cosmonaut outside a spacecraft. EVA was first achieved in 1965 by the Russians. See Gemini project; Voskhod.
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Eva

to marry winner of singing contest. [Ger. Opera: Wagner, Meistersinger, Westerman, 225–228]
See: Prize
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Eva

(1)
A toy ALGOL-like language used in "Formal Specification of Programming Languages: A Panoramic Primer", F.G. Pagan, P-H 1981.

Eva

(2)
Explicit Vector Language.
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Table 3 and table 4 showed mean and standard deviation of each group, whereas the smallest value was the most accurate technique, so that it could be concluded that group B (One step modification putty-wash impression technique using ethyl vinyl acetate as spacer) was the most accurate impression technique in abutment height, followed by group C (Two step putty-wash impression technique without spacer), group A (One step conventional putty-wash impression technique), and the most inaccurate was group D (Two step putty-wash impression technique using polyethylene as spacer).
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The outsole is typically blown synthetic rubber or carbon rubber; the midsole (cushioning) is ethyl vinyl acetate (EVA); the features designed to keep ankles and arches from going too wobbly are typically high-density polyurethane or styrene; and the uppers are nylon or synthetic leather--all made of oil.
A cushioned shoe, for those with a neutral gait, has a soft midsole made from ethyl vinyl acetate single density (EVA) recommended for use by males 180 pounds or less and females 150 pounds or less.