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  • 1Eesti — may refer to: * Estonia * Estonian language …

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  • 2SEB Eesti Ühispank — is an Estonian bank, owned by the Swedish bank SEB. SEB Eesti Ühispank is the second largest bank in Estonia and is the member of the international SEB Group. Until 11 April 2005 the name of the bank was Eesti Ühispank. On March 7, 2008, the bank …

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  • 3Eesti Telekom — is the largest telecommunications company in Estonia. The majority shareholder in the company is TeliaSonera, which owns slightly over 59% of shares. The Estonian state also has a 27.17% share in the company while the public owns the rest …

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  • 4Eesti Päevaleht — is a major daily Estonian newspaper. External links * [http://www.epl.ee/ Official website] …

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  • 5Eesti Televisioon — Infobox TV channel name = Eesti Televisioon logofile = EstonianETVLogo.png logosize = 200px logoalt = ETV logo logo2 = launch = July 19, 1955 closed date = picture format = share = 14,4% share as of = October 07 share source =… …

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  • 6Eesti Skautide Ühing — Infobox WorldScouting type=organization name=Eesti Skautide Ühing caption=Estonian Scout Association headquarters=Tallinn country=Estonia f date=1911 members=1,215 website=http://www.skaut.ee affiliation=World Organization of the Scout… …

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  • 7Eesti Gaidide Liit — infobox WorldScouting | type = organization | | image size = 140px | caption = Estonian Guides Association | name = Eesti Gaidide Liit | headquarters = | location = | country = Estonia | f date = 1924/1999 | founder = | award for = | members =… …

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  • 8Eesti Gaas — AS is the Estonian natural gas company, which imports and sells natural gas and owns and operates Estonian natural gas transmission system. Eesti Gaas is owned by Gazprom (37.02%), E.ON Ruhrgas (33.66%), Fortum Oyj (17.72%) and Itera Latvija… …

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  • 9Eesti Energia — Infobox Company company name = Eesti Energia company company type = State owned company company slogan = To devote all of our energy for the good of the people foundation = 1939 location = Tallinn, Estonia key people = Sandor Liive (CEO) num… …

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  • 10MTV Eesti — Infobox TV channel name = MTV Eesti logofile = MTV ee logo.png logosize = logoalt = MTV Eesti s MTV logo design. logo2 = launch = September 4, 2006 closed date = picture format = share = 0,4% share as of = October 07 share source =… …

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  • 11Eesti Põlevkivi — Infobox Company company name = Eesti Põlevkivi company company type = State owned company company slogan = In the name of Estonian light and heat foundation = 1945 location = Jõhvi, Estonia key people = Ilmar Jõgi (CEO) num employees = 4000… …

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  • 12Eesti otsib superstaari — infobox television show name = Eesti Otsib Superstaari season = 2 format = Interactive reality game show runtime = 60 mins + 30 minute voting shows. creator = TV3 (Estonia) starring = Märt Avandi Ott Sepp country = EST network = TV3 (Estonia)… …

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  • 13Eesti Raudtee — Infobox Company company name = AS Eesti Raudtee company company type = State owned foundation = 1992 location = flagicon|Estonia Tallinn, Estonia key people = area served = Estonia industry = Transport products = Freight trains revenue =… …

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  • 14Esimene Eesti tuur — Infobox Album Name = Esimene Eesti tuur Type = live Artist = Smilers Released = 2005 Recorded = June 2005 Genre = Rock Length = CD 73:54 Label = Bulldozer Producer = Reviews = Last album = Live Unplugged (2005) This album = Esimene Eesti tuur… …

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  • 15Eesti Rahvusringhääling — Infobox Network network name = Eesti Rahvusringhääling (ERR) network country = Estonia network type = Broadcast radio, television and online available = owner = key people = launch date = 1 June 2007 founder = motto = past names = website = [http …

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  • 16Eesti Ekspress — was the first politically independent newspaper in Soviet occupied Estonia. Making use of Gorbachev s policies of perestroika and glasnost, it was established as a weekly newspaper in 1989 by Hans H. Luik and others. In essentially the same… …

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  • 17Eesti Rahvusliku Sõltumatuse Partei — The Eesti Rahvusliku Sõltumatuse Partei (Estonian for Estonian National Independence Party ), commonly abbreviated ERSP , was a major political party in Estonia during the last years of Soviet occupation, and played a very considerable rôle in re …

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  • 18Eesti mõttelugu — (Estonian for Story of Estonian thought ) is a book series, published by Ilmamaa, on the history of Estonia. External links * [http://www.ilmamaa.ee/?node=9 lang=et area=sari id=1 Publisher s official page] …

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  • 19Eesti Ajalehtede Liit — (Estonian for Estonian Newspaper Association ) is an umbrella organisation representing common interests of newspapers published in Estonia. As of July 28, 2007, it represents 41 publications.The association was established in 1990 and has been a …

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  • 20JK Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi — Football club infobox clubname = JK Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi information at time of demise fullname = Jalgpalliklubi Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi nickname = founded = 1974 ground = Jõhvi linnastaadion, Jõhvi capacity = 2,000 | chairman = manager = league …

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