ESU


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ESUEmporia State University (Emporia, Kansas)
ESUEast Stroudsberg University (East Stroudsburg, PA, USA)
ESUEnglish Speaking Union (London, UK)
ESUElectrosurgical Unit
ESUEames Storage Unit (furniture)
ESUEducational Service Unit (Nebraska)
ESUEmergency Services Unit
ESUEnglish-Speaking Union of the United States
ESUExplorer Scout Unit (various locations)
ESUElectronic Sound File
ESUEntitled Software Updates
ESUElectro Static Unit
ESUEvolutionary Significant Unit
ESUElectronic Software Update
ESUElectrical System Upgrade
ESUElectronic Support Unit
ESUElectro-Static Unit
ESUEuropean Size Units (UK farming)
ESUElevator Support Unit (US Navy)
ESUEthernet Switch Unit
ESUEnvironnements Sécurisés des Utilisateurs (French software)
ESUEntente Sportive Usseloise (French sports club)
ESUEnterprise Support Unit
ESUEqual Support Unit (UK)
ESUEquivalent Stormwater Unit
ESUEquipment Set Up (television studio scheduling)
ESUEmployer Service Unit
ESUElite Strike Unit (gaming clan)
ESUElectronic Sequencing Unit (starts CH-47D helicopter APU)
ESUExpeditionary Surgical Unit
ESUElement Supervisor Unit
ESUElectronics Systems Support Unit (US Coast Guard)
ESUEntertainment Switching Unit
ESUEnergy Studies Unit
ESUElectronic Suppression Unit
ESUEquivalent Spousal Unit
ESUEffective Single-User
ESUEnvironmental Simulator Unit
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Bachor will also assist geography professors by teaching a human geography class and possibly archeology courses, says Don Dellipriscoli, chair of ESU's history and geography department.
Another well-received application of AR in an exhibit was to bring one of ESU's handwritten music scores to life.
(12) In order to evaluate ESU or its correlates (as current or past use, intention to use), 13 studies (63.6%) used deliberately-designed items and, of these, nine only used 1-3 items (Table 2).
According to the ESU, key education stakeholders, including national unions of students, have been left out.
Esu is a Yoruba-based orisa identified as the great trickster, the messenger of the high God Olodumare, and the gatekeeper of the crossroads.
The nonlinear refractive index [n.sub.2] (in esu) is related to [gamma]([m.sup.2])/w) by,
The AUTOCON[R] II 400 Electrosurgical Unit (ESU) offers surgeons a single unit capable of powering both bipolar and monopolar instruments, as well as offering automatic output regulation and optimal hemostasis.
The event was a resounding success - until the ESU president unwisely tried to draw the proceedings to a close before she was ready.
The three models in the R & S ESU family of CISPR16-1-1-compliant EMI test receivers, the ESU8, ESU26, and ESU40, cover frequency ranges of 20 Hz to 8 GHz, 26.5 GHz, and 40 GHz, respectively and offer optional FFT-based time-domain scan capabilities.
X-Bars are coolant thru and are available with CCMT, TCMT and TPMT style inserts in a wide variety of chipbreakers--including the new ELU and ESU. Sumitomo Electric, www.rsleads.com/512tp-198
The packaging is designed to minimize the hassle of assembly in the sterile field and includes Velcro straps to keep the ESU wire well organized and a drape clip to keep the tubing within the sterile field.
Officers were taught to take cover early, to call for backup and the Emergency Services Unit (ESU) whenever possible and to resort to common sense above all else.