What does ECS stand for?

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Engineered Compost Systems

Business » Companies & Firms

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Engineering Career Services

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Engineering Computer Services

Business » Companies & Firms

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Energy Consumption Saver

Business » General

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Engineering Capture System

Business » General

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Enhanced Customer Service

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Educational Computer Strategist

Computing » General

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Expert Control System

Computing » Hardware

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English Club of Slipi, Jakarta, Indonesia

Miscellaneous » Hobbies

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ElectroCerebral Silence

Medical » Hospitals

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Education Cost Sharing

Governmental » State & Local

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Electrosteel Castings

Business » London Stock Exchange

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Edge Composite System

Academic & Science » Mathematics

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Element Construction Set

Academic & Science » Mathematics

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Entity Coordinate System

Academic & Science » Mathematics

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English Communications Service

Community » News & Media

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European Communications Satellite

Community » News & Media

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Endocervical Swab

Medical

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Engagement Control Station

Governmental » Military

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Engineer Combat System

Governmental » Military

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Equipment Concentration Site

Governmental » Military

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Exercise Control System

Governmental » Military

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Expeditionary Combat Support

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Engine Control System

Governmental » NASA

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EOF (Experimenters Operations Facility) Core System

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What does ECS mean?

Écs
Écs is a village in Győr-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary. Écs was first mentioned in 1172 as Esu, Echu. In the middle age it was the property of little nobles, later of the Pannonhalma Abbey. During the Ottoman invasion, the Cseszneky, Oross and Siey families were the most important landlords in Écs.

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