This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other definitions of EEN
Samples in periodicals archive:
Escape claws The Edinburgh Evening News told of a woman who had an unusual pet - a lobster.
He worked for the Edinburgh Evening News and Scottish TV.
Hosting the event is Steven Davidson, whose performances have been described by the Edinburgh Evening News as 'Uproarious laughter and applause.
Presumably, the residents knew Lady Mears, widow of the architect Sir Frank Mears and daughter of Professor Patrick Geddes, the same Lady Mears who spoke to the Edinburgh Evening News way back in June 1959.
Momkinzain is given a second chance to get it right over obstacles in the Edinburgh Evening News Novices' Hurdle at Musselburgh.
Police are looking for two suspects, said to be wearing ski masks, who fled the scene on a motorbike, reports the Edinburgh Evening News (April 21).
Barry Anderson, who follows Hearts for the Edinburgh Evening News believes they have a chance.
Dar Es Salaam showed improvement on his jumps return at Ascot last month, and can be monitored with relish in the Edinburgh Evening News Maiden Hurdle (1.