ESA

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ESAEuropean Space Agency
ESAEnvironmental Site Assessment
ESAEndangered Species Act of 1973 (US)
ESAEcological Society of America
ESAElectrical Safety Authority
ESAEl Salvador
ESAEntertainment Software Association
ESAEnterprise Services Architecture (SAP)
ESAEconomic and Social Affairs
ESAEmployment Standards Act (Canada)
ESAEmployment and Support Allowance (UK)
ESAEntomological Society of America
ESAEntdecken Sie Algarve (German: Discover Algarve; magazine; Portugal)
ESAEmployment Standards Administration (US Deaprtment of Labor)
ESAEmotional Support Animal (disability support)
ESAEnvironmentally Sensitive Area
ESAÉcole Supérieure des Arts (French: University of the Arts; Beglium)
ESAEconomic and Statistical Analysis (various locations)
ESAEuropean System of Accounts
ESAExtended Stay America (Charlotte, NC)
ESAExcited State Absorption
ESAEastern Surfing Association
ESAEastern and Southern Africa
ESAEnthusiast System Architecture (protocol)
ESAEuropean Sociological Association (est. 1992)
ESAEuropean Symposium on Algorithms
ESAEducation Savings Accounts
ESAElectric Seat Adjustment (cars)
ESAEnterprise Software Advisor
ESAEmergency Services Authority (Australia)
ESAEuropean Supervisory Authorities (EU)
ESAEuropean Sponsorship Association
ESAEcologically Sensitive Area
ESAErythropoiesis-Stimulating Agent
ESAÉcole Supérieure d'Agriculture (French agriculture school)
ESAEarly Stone Age (prehistoric era)
ESAEngineering Services Agreement
ESAEuropean Speedrunner Assembly (est. 2015)
ESAEnterprise Systems Architecture
ESAEnterprise Service Adapter
ESAEnd of Selected Area
ESAElectronic Spark Advance
ESAExtended Support Agreement
ESAEnterprise Subscription Agreement
ESAElectronic Suspension Adjustment
ESAExtended Systems Architecture
ESAEmbedded Software Architecture
ESAEnergy Solutions Arena (Salt Lake City, UT)
ESAElectrochemical Surface Area
ESAEmbedded Systems Applications
ESAEconomics and Statistics Administration
ESAÉcole Supérieure des Affaires (French; Lebanese school of management)
ESAEpiscopal School of Acadiana (Louisiana)
ESAÉcole Spéciale d'Architecture (French: Special School of Architecture)
ESAEmergency Services Access
ESAExtended Service Area
ESAEl Semanario Agencia (Spanish: The Weekly Agency; Mexico)
ESAElectrostatic Analyzer
ESAEmployment Security Agency (various locations)
ESAElectronic Suspension Adjustment (motorcycles)
ESAEnterprise Service Automation
ESAElectronically Scanned Array
ESAEnvironmental Services Association
ESAEuropean System of Integrated Economic Accounts
ESAEFTA Surveillance Authority
ESAEducation Service Agency
ESAEducational Services of America (Nashville, TN)
ESAEconomic Stimulus Act of 2008
ESAExternal Support Agency
ESAExchange Settlement Account
ESAEuropean Snacks Association
ESAEnglish Student Association
ESAElectrostatic Attraction (compare to ESD)
ESAEmergency Stand Alone
ESAEuratom Supply Agency
ESAEphemera Society of America (est. 1980)
ESAEnergy Services of America Corporation (Huntington, WV)
ESAExtended System Architecture
ESAElectronic Spark Advance (automotive)
ESAEnterprise Systems Administration (various locations)
ESAEcologically Significant Area (various locations)
ESAEuropean Society of Anaesthesiologists
ESAEnterprise Security Analyzer (software)
ESAEvent-Sequence Analysis
ESAEnterprise Security Architecture (NAC)
ESAEnterprise Software Agreement
ESAEnterprise Search Appliance (software)
ESAEnhanced Situational Awareness
ESAEuropean Society of Agronomy
ESAEnterprise Support Agency (Macedonia)
ESAEarth Sensor Assembly
ESAEtobicoke School of the Arts (Toronto, Canada)
ESAExplosive Safe Area
ESAEmployment Service Agency
ESAEcosystem Spatial Analysis
ESAÉtudes Spéciales Appliquées (French: Special Applied Studies)
ESAElectronic Sub-Assembly
ESAEpiscopal Synod of America
ESAElectrical Signature Analysis
ESAEnterprise Storage Array
ESAevent structure analysis
ESAEducation Students' Association
ESAEconomics Student Association
ESAElectrically Small Antenna
ESAExclusive Seller's Agent (real estate)
ESAEngage, Study, Activate (teaching method)
ESAEastern Sunbathing Association (AANR region)
ESAEngineering Support Activity (US military)
ESAElectronically-Steered Antenna
ESAExternal Situational Awareness (National Center for Crisis and Continuity Coordination)
ESAEnd System Address (Ciena)
ESAExecutive Search Associates (various organizations)
ESAÉtudes Services Automations (French: Studies Automations Services)
ESAEquatorial South America
ESAEurasia Septentrionalis Antiqua
ESAEquivalent Standard Axles (transportation engineering)
ESAEnvironmental Sciences Associates
ESAEnglish Setter Association (UK dog fanciers' club)
ESAEngineering Sciences and Applications Division (LANL)
ESAEnhanced Subscriber Authentication
ESAExpedited Site Assessment
ESAEthical Society of Austin
ESAElectro-Spark Alloying
ESAEnergy Separation Algorithm
ESAEmergency Safe Altitude
ESAEarth Security Agency
ESAEuropean Studies Alliance
ESAEpiphyllum Society of America (Monrovia, California)
ESAEnd-Stage Assessment (UK project management)
ESAElectrical Surge Arrestor
ESAErrored Second, type A
ESAExpiration of Service Agreement
ESAEquipment Support Activity
ESAElectronic Security Association
ESAEmployee Stock Allocation
ESAEarly School Assessment
ESAEngineering Source Approval (quality management)
ESAElectrostatic Self-Assembly Process (nanotechnology)
ESAEnvironmental Sensor Assessment
ESAErroneously Sued As
ESAElectricity Storage Association, Inc.
ESAExploratory Shaft Facility (YMP)
ESAEthnographic Survey of Africa
ESAAll-electronic Safing and Arming (device)
ESAElectromagnetic Signal/Systems Analysis
ESAExternal Satellite Antenna
ESAElectron Scan Antenna
ESAEurpoean Symposium on Algorithms
ESAEther Starting Aid
ESAEmployee Services Area
ESAExpansion Scheduling Algorithm
ESAEntrepreneurship Student Association (various universities)
ESAErgonomic Success Award
ESAEnhanced Services Agreement
ESAEffective States Approximation
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2) The temporary factors included in this analysis are those from the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 excluding the adjustment to the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT), as well as the temporary 2-percentage-point payroll tax reduction starting in 2011, Fed remittances above the pre-crisis level, dividends from the GSEs, and emergency unemployment compensation.
The bill reported by the Senate Committee on Finance, the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, includes additional provisions, such as energy provisions and extended unemployment compensation benefits, but excludes changes to the conforming loan limits for mortgages.
The Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 that was signed into law on February 13, 2008, includes a broad rebate program for individual taxpayers.
The purpose of this testimony is to provide information on the effects of the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 on the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) telephone service and costs.
Well, thanks to the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, you can now make your purchase this year, compliments of Uncle Sam--as long as you act quickly.
The Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 generally provides payments of $600 per person or $1,200 for married couples filing joint returns.
5140, the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, Public Law 110-185 (which grant temporary increases in the expensing and depreciation allowances for certain capital assets put into service during 2008) for purposes of calculating Florida taxable income.
The Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 provides a temporary increase in the limitations on expensing depreciable assets like production equipment.
The recently enacted Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 could fall short of achieving its intended results because it does not address the problems posed by the housing contraction that are at the root of today's economic and financial market problems, he said.
Current-dollar DPI turned down sharply, reflecting a sharp deceleration in personal income and a sharp upturn in personal current taxes (see page 4); both primarily reflected the second-quarter effects of the rebate payments to individuals from the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008.
The Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 allowed FHA to raise its loan limits from $362,790 to $729,750 in some areas of the country.