ESWA

AcronymDefinition
ESWAExpert Systems With Applications (journal)
ESWAEastern Ski Writers Association
ESWAElder Services of Worcester Area, Inc
ESWAEdo State Women Association (est. 1991; UK charity; Edo State, Nigeria)
ESWAEast of Scotland Water Authority (UK)
ESWAExtracorporal Shock Wave Application (tissue and bone healing)
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"Witnessing the ESWA Club fall into disrepair has been difficult to watch for many people in the community.
ESW noted that ESWA delivered 10,000 units to the same client in December 2004, and is building an additional 10,000 units to fill the new purchase order.
The establishment of EES was assisted by a consortium called Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA).
The house, which looks across Birkenhead Park, later became the ESWA sports and social club and interest groups dedicated to Irvine's life expressed interest in buying it when it shut down in 2012.
(ESWA) has received its first purchase order to supply its XTRM Cat diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) for demonstration in a diesel-powered commuter rail locomotive.
liverpoolecho.co.uk The house, which overlooks Birkenhead Park, later became the ESWA sports & social club and groups dedicated to Irvine's life expressed interest in buying it when it closed in 2012.
FC 1 Shaftesbury Youth B 3, Ellesmere Port Town 4 AFC Houlihans 2, Fc Ridger 4 Rangers Breaks 0, Psv Bushell 3 Farmer''s Arms Moreton 1 Division Three: Ashville Old Boys 4 Stanley Arms 1, Eswa FC 4 Armchair Alliance 2, FC Vaults 1 Claughton 1, Millcroft 2 Cavendish 2, Old Parkonians 3 Riley''S 3, Pollards Inn 2 Ellies 3 Youth Division: Ashville Colts 7 Shore Villa Y 0, Beechwood Falcons 0 Shaftesbury Y 3, Vauxhall C 4 Ashville Y 0.
Firefighters spent several hours tackling the blaze at the ESWA Sports and Social Club building, in Park Road South, Birkenhead, yesterday.
The management team of Birkenhead's ESWA club, on Park Road South, will appear before Wirral licensing bosses today at 10am.
The traditionalists argued that the name (ESWA is the ungainly acronym) should stay.
Wirral Spartans (Lewis Donohue 2, Nick King) shocked 2nd placed Eswa with a fine 3-2 win and in the only Youth Division game to survive the weather Cammell Laird Youth beat Shore Villa Youth 5-4 thanks to the goal-scoring efforts of Nathan Crabtree, Dean Foster, Danny Williams, Adam Bagley and Luke Shaw.
And two goals from Gary Clarke helped Kent storm to a 5-1 home win over ESWA in Division One.