The early generation of these centrifuges which have low efficiency will be put away soon," he added.
What does EG stand for?
EG stands for Early Generation
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We have 25 other meanings of EG in our Acronym Attic
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- Economic Free Zone (political economics; various locations)
- Eternal Fighter Zero (computer game)
- European Free Zone
- Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (est. 1964)
- Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe
- Eviction Free Zone (homeless advocates; Cambridge, MA)
- Extended Fisheries Zone
- Ekonomski Fakultet Zagreb (Croatian: Faculty of Economics Zagreb; University of Zagreb; Zagreb, Croatia)
- Eternal Fighter Zero Memorial (video game)
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The final production line of these older-generation centrifuges has reached an end and soon the early generations of these (advanced) centrifuges with low efficiency will be set aside," Iran's semi-official Fars news agency quoted Abbasi as saying.
The 123 papers cover nucleoysnthesis, supernovae, and gamma-ray bursts; the early generation of stars; chemical evolution; the Milky Way Galaxy; local groups and nearby galaxies; dark matter; and future prospects.
You represent the early generation of experience and wisdom which will light up our path in coming years.
When astronomers launched a balloon-borne experiment from Palestine, Texas, three summers ago, they expected to find a faint radio signal from the slight warming of interstellar space by an early generation of stars.
This ensures that the Congress party-led coalition will go ahead with the contentious Indo-US nuclear deal without sacrificing its government At the same time, the Congress-Samajwadi Party understanding may put to rest speculations about early polls, frustrating the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party that has already gone into poll mode in anticipation of early generation elections.
Women are not allowed to join the group, described as a fraternity which promotes "the religious, cultural and intellectual characteristics of early generations of Irish-Americans" who settled in the Lackawanna Valley in Pennsylvania.
During and after World War II, the technologies of the second modern information revolution (television, early generation computers, and satellites) played at least as significant a role as the technologies of the first modern information revolution.