ESCA


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AcronymDefinition
ESCAElectron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis
ESCAEscaflowne (anime series)
ESCAEnvironmental Services Cooperative Agreement (Fort Ord; California)
ESCAEscuela Superior de Comercio y Administración (México)
ESCAEmergency Services Coordinating Agency
ESCAEuropean Speech Communication Association
ESCAEl Shaddai Christian Academy (various locations)
ESCAExhibition Services & Contractors Association (US)
ESCAEnglish Speaking Cancer Association (Geneva, Switzerland)
ESCAExposition Service Contractors Association
ESCAElective Site Cleanup Agreement (Arkansas)
ESCAEritrean Solidarity and Cooperation Association (UN)
ESCAEgyptian Society of Crystallography and Its Applications
ESCAEgyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities
ESCAEmpire State Consumer Association
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The news comes just two days after reports surfaced that ESCA was setting up a committee to go through DSI's financial statements to determine the causes that led to the company's present "dire situation".
Under extreme conditions, vine death due to Esca and Botryosphaeria can occur before the vine matures and begins to form fruit, but commonly they and the other trunk diseases first show symptoms (dead spurs, stunted shoots or foliar symptoms) between five and seven years of age.
ESCA honoured the company for being among the industry pioneers that deployed, implemented and tested the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) system for the UAE's securities sector.
The official go-ahead follows ESCA's regulatory approval of SICO UAE's key personnel and inspection of the company's new premises at Al Wahda Commercial Tower in Abu Dhabi, and its supporting IT and operating infrastructure.
A exploracao sexual de criancas e adolescentes (ESCA) tem sido um problema em varios contextos no Brasil (Ribeiro & Dias, 2009).
"Esca restaurant is keen to allow diners to experience more than the usual dishes one is accustomed to finding on Italian menus here in Dubai.
The Master in Business Intelligence of Casablanca, designed by Grenoble Ecole de Management and ESCA, is a perfect case in point.
John Barclay, President of the ESCA, said: "The Bunbury Festival, famous for developing the very best cricketers in the country, has now reached Wales and the beautiful town of Monmouth."
To assist him on this mission, Marcus takes Esca, a young Briton of the Brigante tribe whom he's rescued from death in a local gladiatorial arena.
Tatum plays Roman centurion Marcus Aquila, who takes Jamie Bell's character, Esca, as his British slave.
After saving the life of a Briton called Esca (Bell), he acquires him as a slave.
When Marcus impulsively gets a young Briton's life spared at a gladiatorial contest, his uncle Aquila (Donald Sutherland) buys the Briton, Esca (Bell) to be Marcus' slave.