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AcronymDefinition
ESPSEuropean Stroke Prevention Study
ESPSEnquête Santé et Protection Sociale (French: Health and Social Protection Survey)
ESPSElectricity Supply Pension Scheme (UK)
ESPSEllen Stirling Primary School (Australia)
ESPSEssential Small Pharmacies Scheme (UK)
ESPSEast Spring Primary School (Singapore)
ESPSElectrode-Separated Piezoelectric Sensor
ESPSElectronic Submission and Processing System
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From its origins serving the water sector in Saudi Arabia in 1980, the company quickly moved into providing ESP systems to oil and gas operators in the kingdom; expanding into Kuwait, and then across the Middle East
India, July 27 -- Alstom and NASL had earlier executed ESP retrofits for NTPC's Tanda 4 x 110 MW plant as well.
An ESP is a particulate collection device that uses very low electric current but very high voltages to ionize the airflow field and charge particles.
The two ESPs deployed in 2013 were called "ESPchris," named for Scholin, and "ESPdon," named for Anderson.
ESPs are voted full membership rights by the Representative Assembly (RA).
It is worth noting that most ESPs still cannot distinguish between emergency plans and business continuation plans.
Consider using these 20 questions to help clarify which ESP best suits the marketing efforts of your business.
"Within the consumer electronics retailing space, ESPs are viewed as important, although not critical, drivers of profitability," Bernstein analysts Emme Kozloff, Ian Gordon and Robert Higginbotham noted in the November 9 report.
Developing an ESP takes a lot of interaction and coordination with base supporting agencies as well as experience in the weapons safety area.
Once that change propagates throughout the Internet, all mail bound for the users of that ESP will go to the Postini servers instead, to be transparently forwarded on to the user after processing.
RICHARD DOOL, CEO of ESPS INC (ESPS), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.