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Synonyms for Eureka

an alloy of copper and nickel with high electrical resistance and a low temperature coefficient


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a town in northwest California on an arm of the Pacific Ocean

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Eureka Mayor Morris Pate said the group is focused on a specific type of tourist.
If we are to embrace the Eureka idea as being important to our profession, how might we go about assessing and improving our openness?
For further information, contact Simon Nichols, area manager of Eureka Solutions Ltd, Rotterdam House, 116 Quayside, Newcastle, NE1 3DY.
A total of 39 countries were currently full members of EUREKA with Bulgaria being the only EU member state outside of the network.
Once this is resolved the well will be unloaded and Eureka will provide an update on production in due course.
Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania are the three countries with "national information points, preparing for full EUREKA membership.
Rounding out the forum was Joe Gillette, president of Eureka Networks, and Joshua Aaron, president of Business Technology Partners.
AB Electrolux's other North American operations, Eureka Canada, Eureka Mexico, and Beam and White-Westinghouse central vac systems, report to Eureka Co.
is the holding company for Eureka Bank, a federal savings bank headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Its efforts have earned Eureka Springs a 2012 Arkansas Business City of Distinction Award for Green/Conservation Initiatives.
The success that Eureka Springs is currently enjoying as a visitor destination is based on appreciation of the architectural and natural beauty of this particular place," said Greater Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce president Mike Bishop, who nominated the city for its award.
Over time, Eureka will be further enhanced with additional student-facing materials, professional development tools, and dashboard functionality.
During the late 1890s, Eureka was at the peak of its prosperity, and this street was the city's finest address.