ESCU

AcronymDefinition
ESCUErie Shores Credit Union (Toledo, OH)
ESCUEffort Scaling Categorical Unit (acoustics)
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In the early 1990s he was so moved by the footage on television showing the plight of children in Romania following the downfall and execution of dictator Nicolae Ceau escu he decided to go out to the country to do something to help.
La differenza fra le armi di Tristano e Dinadan come 'significanti' viene descritta in modo esplicito da Dinadan stesso: "Chil ki verront le mien escu, pour ce k'il est bien sans faille des escus de la maison le roi Artu, quideront sans faille tout maintenant que je soie Lanselos du Lac, com cil ki ne vont querant se Lanselot non.
Tant hante frete et tant escu troe, Et tant hauberc desrout et desafre, Tant braz tranchie, tant pie, tant pong cope, Tant Sarrazin trebuchie et verse!
Of course, it was Arsenal's brilliant young Sp aniard, Cesc Fabregas, who steered the Gunners home, forcing Julien Escu de's 27thminute own goal and providing the free-kick from which Robin van Persie got the second.
escu," this critique tactically recycles an older "universalist," "humanist," and "aesthetic" argument.
The second passage, describing the generous gifts presented both to Erec and to Enide his companion, draws even closer the resemblance between hobbit custom and the rules of medieval courtly hospitality: Le jor ot Erec mainz presanz De chevaliers et de borjois: De l'un un palefroi norrois Et de l'autre une cope d'or; Cil li presante un ostor sor, Cil un brachet, cil un levrier Et li autres un esprevier, Li autres un destrier d'Espaigne; Cil un escu, cil une ansaigne, Cil une espee, et cil un hiaume.
Kant seint' Osith icest entent, Plure des oilz mut tendrement 504 Et vers le ciel lasus garda, Et Dampnedeu mut reclama, Ke par la sue grant vertu, G[a]rant li seit en bon escu. 508 Li reis se peine mut forment [Fol.
Nous enviant l'honneur d'une si glorieuse & si divine fleur en nostre Escu de France.
Beginning with the king of Jerusalem (who bears 'l'escu d'asure ou crois e crucifix d'or'), the list describes the arms of the kings of France and England ('l'escu d'asure poudre ou flur de lyls d'or' and 'escu de goules ou trois leopardz d'or' respectively), plus those of, for example, the kings of Navarre, Denmark, Scotland, and Hungary, ending with the 'Roy de Ostrice'.