Eva or EVA may refer to:

  • Eva (name), a given name for women
    • Eva (given name), a list of people with the name Eva

It may also refer to:

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Other articles related to "eva":

Czechoslovakia At The 1956 Winter Olympics - Cross-country Skiing
... Women Event Athlete Race Time Rank 10 km Eva Paulusová-Benešová 28 ... Olga Krasilová 25 ... Libuše Patočková 19 ... Eva Lauermanová 14 ... Women's 3 x 5 ...
STS-126 - Mission Timeline - 22 November (Flight Day 9)
... After awakening, the two crews set right to work preparing for the mission's third EVA, which began at 1801 UTC ... assembly installation was deferred to the fourth EVA, but all other tasks scheduled were accomplished without any issues ... Stefanyshyn-Piper's fifth EVA moved her to the twenty-fifth spot in cumulative EVA time with thirty three hours, forty two minutes ...
... Račeva is a dispersed settlement in a valley of the same name southeast of Žiri in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia ... Račeva Creek runs along the valley and is a tributary of the Poljane Sora River (Slovene Poljanska Sora) ...
List Of Minor Humans (Animorphs) - E - Eva
... Eva Animorphs character Eva, Visser One's host body, as portrayed by Allegra Fulton on the TV series ... Controlling Yeerk Edriss 562 (Visser One) Eva, Marco's mom, was host to Edriss 562 for much of the Yeerk-Human war ... the start of the series, which is also when Edriss faked Eva's death at sea ...
Eva, Oklahoma
... Eva is an unincorporated community in Texas County, Oklahoma, United States ... It is located along State Highway 95 ...

Famous quotes containing the word eva:

    If we had had the right technology back then, you would have seen Eva Braun on the Donahue show and Adolf Hitler on Meet the Press.
    Ted Turner (b. 1935)

    Of Eva first, that for hir wikkednesse
    Was al mankinde brought to wrecchednesse,
    For which that Jesu Crist himself was slain
    That boughte us with his herte blood again—
    Lo, heer expres of wommen may ye finde
    That womman was the los of al mankinde.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)