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The part between the end of the 401 and the EC Row expressway is already in the process of being re-graded and expanded.
With our daughter, who is almost two-and-a-half, we did EC, elimination communication.
This first change merely made EC the same for all the planets, and equal to the mean distance of the earth from the sun.The Life of Galileo Galilei, with Illustrations of the Advancement of Experimental Philosophy|John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune
This diminutive ending is formed from that in ec by the addition of en.Surnames as a Science|Robert Ferguson
It is thus in contrast to the abstract-forming suffix -ec- .A Complete Grammar of Esperanto|Ivy Kellerman Reed
If we put a battery in the grid circuit we can let EC represent the number of volts applied to the grid-filament or C-circuit.Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son|John Mills
To support this view, they even quote the word of Solomon that "there is no new thing under the sun," Ec 1, 9.Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II|Martin Luther