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eco freak

and eco nut (ˈiko frik and ˈiko nət)
n. someone with strong concerns about the environment and conservation. (Mildly derogatory. From ecology.) They call me an eco freak, which is okay by me. The eco freaks are protesting the tree trimming.
See also: eco, freak

eco nut

verb
See also: eco, nut
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As the next step in the process toward building state and national accountability systems, the ECO Center recently submitted recommendations to OSEP specifying the kind of child and family outcome data the federal government should request from states.
The ECO Center focuses on developing data on outcomes for young children with disabilities that can be aggregated at the national level, and on using data to document program effects and improve programs at the state and local levels.
The next stage calls for ECO Center to work with OSEP and the states to develop an approach for measuring outcomes.
In fall 2004, OSEP funded the ECO Center through SRI International to undertake three additional projects: guiding the development of state-level outcome measurement systems in Florida, Colorado, and Hawaii.
In clinical studies, ZymeQuest has demonstrated that its ECO red cells, like group O, may be transfused safely to patients of any blood group.
The combined ECO and platelet modification portfolio includes 27 patents and patent applications.
In sponsor-investigator clinical studies, ZymeQuest has demonstrated that its ECO red cells, like group O, may be transfused safely to patients of any blood group.