ESAR

AcronymDefinition
ESAREastern and Southern African Region
ESARExplorer Search and Rescue
ESAREmergency Services Adventure Race
ESARÉcole Spéciale d'Architecture de Lausanne (French: Special School of Architecture in Lausanne; Switzelrand)
ESARElectronic Student Aid Report
ESAREnvironmental Situation Assessment Radar (x-band radar for detecting birds at airfields)
ESARElectronically Steerable Array Radar
ESAREnhanced Synthetic Aperture Radar
ESARElectromagnetic Spectrum Allocation Request
ESAREngineers and Scientists for Animal Rights
ESARExtended Subsequent Application Review
ESAREmpirically Successful Automated Reasoning
ESAREmissions Security Assessment Request
ESAREquivalent Still-Air Range
ESARElectronic Satellite Access Request
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Commenting on the launch, Malik Gilani, Founder & CEO, Esar Media and Advertising said, "The advancements in internet penetration and related technology have paved way for an extremely potent value-added-services sector.
For aggregate analyses, the mean walking speed across all studies for all feet and ankle types in this section was 1.24 m/s, whereas the mean for ESAR feet was 1.29 m/s (95% CI: 1.10-1.40 m/s) and the mean for MA units was 1.14 m/s (95% CI: 1.02-1.36 m/s), though the difference was not statistically significant (p = 0.36) and the variance was considerable (Figure 2).
The school was illegal in the Taliban era simply because it taught girls, explains Esar, who has written and will perform a one-woman play about women in Afghanistan this weekend at Cafe Soriah.
The Minister said that power supply has been restored from the two feeders the other day and electricity from two more feeders would be started in the area today while work on side areas of Mala-o- Esar Baba would commence on Monday.
88 Fida Ali Esar Hunzai, Riasati-Hunza: Tarikh wa Saqafat kay Aianay Main (Gilgit: Hanisa Publishing Network, 2002), p.206.
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Esar was an American humorist whose writings ranged from comic folklore to satiric literature.
Additionally, the referral must be made via the following Web sites, respectively, for active-duty Army prospective recruits and Army National Guard prospective recruits: www.usarec.army.mil/smart/or www.1800goguard.com/ esar.