ENSSExterior Nodal Switching Subsystem
ENSSEast Northumberland Secondary School (Brighton, Ontario, Canada)
ENSSEuropean Networking Summer School (European Science Foundation)
ENSSEisenhower National Security Series (est. 2002; US Army)
ENSSEmbedded Networked Sensor Systems (conference)
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"Chris Enss successfully weaves together a most interesting series of Western tales based on the clever premise of posse management principles.
Chris Enss's The Pinks offers an engrossing look at the women's flank of the famed Pinkerton group, which provided services of security, protection, investigation, and, in many cases, infiltration by its initially all-male staff of "private eyes."
Therefore, formal specification based modeling and test generation for large-scale ENSs are still challenges.
Enss, "Novel isotope effects observed in polarization echo experiments in glasses," Physical Review Letters, vol.
ENSS will support up to 1,100 locations nationwide including the Department of Homeland Security, other federal agencies, state and local governments and law enforcement.
ENSS is a perennial powerhouse in both track and field and cross-country at the regional and provincial levels of high school competition and is in dire need of a proper facililty, as is the commun
Over 100 books and articles have been written about the man who made the Wild West come alive, "The Many Loves of Buffalo Bill" by Chris Enss adds another dimension to the stories about the life of William F.
Screenwriter and author Enss, who specializes in stories of Western women, describes the adventures of 11 women miners, from the famous Baby Doe Taylor to the philanthropic Nellie Cashman, who operated a mine as well as boarding house for those in need.
For this gem, Chris Enss combines two fields of expertise--frontier lore and women's history.
Western enthusiast and author Enss describes 12 surgeons, doctors and dentists, many of whom came from Eastern medical schools, and their efforts to establish themselves in medicine on the frontier.
In Hearts West, author Chris Enss brings the true stories of frontier mail-order brides to print.
"These are very strange experimental results, indicating very new physics," says Christian Enss of the University of Heidelberg.