Definitions for "Europa "
In Greek mythology, a mistress of Zeus to whom he appeared as a gentle white heifer. Zeus persuaded her to take a ride on his back, and then he carried her away across the sea.
A moon of Jupiter's discovered by Galileo in 1610. There is strong evidence that underneath its surface there may exist liquid water.
A princess of Tyre whom Zeus, in the form of a bull, kidnapped and took to Crete, where she became the mother of Minos and Rhadamanthus.
Keywords:  war, rsel, almohads, feautures, lesher
Europa is a war game in which troops flow across the surface to engage opponents and ultimately dominate the board. The game concept is based on xbattle, written by Steve Lehar and Greg Lesher. Europa was running from 1996 - 2000, but due to requests from some dedicated players the server is back.
Europa is a series of board wargames planned to cover combat over the entire European Theater of World War II at a scale that represents units as divisions and game turns that represent two weeks of time. The series was launched in 1973, and is still in production as of 2005, with over a dozen titles published and several more still in production or planning. Most of the titles qualify as "monster games", a sub-genre of wargames featuring extensive orders of battle, complex rules, and usually large game maps with detailed representation of the terrain they cover.
Europa (also known as Zentropa), is the title of Lars von Trier's third theatrical feature film, released in 1991. Co-written by von Trier and Niels Vørsel, it tells the story of a young, idealistic American who hopes to "show some kindness" to the German people soon after the end of World War II. In US-occupied Germany, he takes work as a sleeping car conductor for the Zentropa railway network, falls in love with a femme fatale, and becomes embroiled in a pro-Nazi terrorist conspiracy.
(European Trial on the Reduction of Cardiac Events with Perindopril in Stable Coronary Artery Disease) The first study to assess the long-term effects (over four years) of ACE-inhibitor therapy with perindopril on the reduction of cardiac events in patients with proven stable coronary artery disease with/without myocardial ischaemia but without heart failure, irrespective of their age or risk profile.
The "United Europe'' theme celebrated annually on stamps of western European nations since 1956. The original Europa stamps were issued by the nations in the European coal and steel association. Today, European nations that are members of the postal and telecommunications association (CEPT) issue Europa stamps.
A central web server hosting the majority of internet content and pages for the various Institutions of the European Union (Europa website server).
Europa is a stream-of-consciousness novel by Tim Parks, first published in 1997. It was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in that year, losing out to Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things.
an internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter known for her unique contralto voice and interesting melodic hooks
Keywords:  cec, int, http, www
Keywords:  proton
Keywords:  portal, internet, name
the name for the EU's internet portal.