What is EAC
EAC may refer to:
My guess is he's not with either side, or maybe he's with one of these countries that's now part of the EAC, but wants out.
General Omarav is the lynchpin that holds much of the EAC's war criminals together.
Perhaps, however, the EAC really failed because the time was not ripe.
The arcane casters from the EAC and DAC stepped up and supported my wind spell with their own, moving the container faster.
EAC, 2006 Survey ; Election Data Services, 2008 Voting Equipment Study , 17 October 2008, 3.
In fact the EAC not only changes its position relative to the coast but can spin off eddy currents that appear to reverse the direction of flow.
By 2007, the EAC had disbursed roughly $3 billion to the states, most of which was being used to purchase new voting machines and develop statewide registration databases.
As Cristoforetti parked her car, we walked past the bronze bust of Yuri Gagarin into the ESA Astronaut Training Centre (EAC).
In the space of less than twenty-four hours, the current speed had risen from two knots to four knots: the EAC was back with a vengeance.
As long as you two don't mind takin' point." Then she pointed up at the Elf from the EAC.