Definitions for "EVA"
Ethyl Vinyl Acetate. A copolymer foam which retains many of the properties of polyethylene, with enhanced flexibility, elongation, and impact resistance. When added to polyethylene it imparts enhanced physical characteristics and gives a soft, rubbery feel.
Ethylene Vinyl Acetate. A chemically formulated foam used in the midsole area for shock absorption, motion control, and cushioning. EVA comes in varying degrees of hardness.
(ETHYLENE VINYL ACETATE) An encapsulant used between the glass cover and the solar cells in PV modules. It is durable, transparent,resistant to corrosion, and flame retardant.[to top
Acronym for Extra-Vehicular Activity. Any activity that takes an astronaut outside the spacecraft during the mission.
Extra Vehicular Activity - activities outside the spacecraft such as a spacewalk.
Extravehicular Activity eg spacewalk; see 25th March re ISS
Keywords:  nopat, stewart, roce, wacc, stern
Economic Value Added. The monetary value of an entity at the end of an time...
Economic Value Added / Valeur ajoutée économique
The excess of actual returns over the minimum required by the suppliers of capital. Useful as a tool for evaluating management performance than for rather than for valuation.... more on: EVA (Economic value added)
EQUINE VIRAL ARTERITIS. Contagious viral disease of horses causing fever, ocular and respiratory signs, fluid distension or swelling of the limbs, and abortion
A highly contagious disease that is characterized by swelling in the legs of all horses and swelling in the scrotum of stallions. Can cause abortion in mares and can be shed in the semen of stallions for years after infection.
Keywords:  verily, indeed
indeed, verily.
Ex-Vivo Apoptotic Chemosensitivity Assay: Ex-Vivo (removed from the body), Apoptotic (referring to the process of apoptosis or programmed cell death), Chemosensitivity (determining sensitivity to chemotherapy drugs) and Assay (methodology or technique).
EVA is a continuously running benchmark project for assessing the quality of protein structure prediction and secondary structure prediction methods. Methods for predicting both secondary structure and tertiary structure - including homology modeling, protein threading, and contact order prediction - are compared to results from each week's newly solved protein structures deposited in the Protein Data Bank. The project aims to determine the prediction accuracy that would be expected for non-expert users of common, publicly available prediction webservers; this is similar to the related Live Bench project and stands in contrast to the bi-yearly benchmark CASP, which aims to identify the maximum accuracy achievable by prediction experts.
Enlarged vestibular aqueducts. vestibular aqueducts are narrow, bony canals that travel from the inner ear to inside the skull. A vestibular aqueduct is often considered enlarged if it is greater than 1.5 millimeters in size. Research suggests that most children with EVA will develop some degree of hearing loss.
Evaluation of English in Norwegian Schools
Eva is a female given name, the Latinate counterpart of English Eve, derived from Hebrew name meaning "life" or "living one." It is the standard biblical form of Eve in many European languages.
Keywords:  enterprise, array, virtual
Enterprise Virtual Array
Enterprise Virtual Arrays
ARI-related autonomous navigation system
Abbreviation of European Vending Association
Electronic Virginia (State of VA's Procurement System)