ESKA

AcronymDefinition
ESKAEuropean Shotokan Karate Association (est. 1986)
ESKAEnglish Shotokan Karate Association
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Police arrested Eska on June 2 after he had shot his 26-year-old girlfriend in the head during an argument while her three children were present in their Junction City home.
This two-component cementless prosthesis (polyethylene attached to the tibial component) was designed and used in Germany (ESKA, Lubeck, Germany) and is implanted through a lateral approach.
The Mountaineers girls' tennis team vaulted to a perfect 5-0 league record, led by Emily Eska, Kim Daigle, Tiana Dame, Aubrey Lovejoy and Carli Garceau.
The films will be shown at the Goethe Institut, Institut franE*ais and the British Council, which hosted UK musician ESKA at the Sudan National Museum earlier this month.
Many linguists and archaeologists suspect that Indo-European languages originated in what's now the southern Russian steppes, and that's unlikely to change as a result of the new study, says linguist Joe Eska of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg.
The sources said that Israeli-occupation forces have erected various barricades and checkpoints on the entrances of Eska, Dair-Samt West, Jorat Bohalas villages and Al-Nabi Yunus crossroads and a traffic detour northeast of Hebron.
In addition to its own brand of industrial and corporate clothing, Magus International offers the widest range of PPE and safety items for both general and specialist applications, from globally recognised brands including All Signs, Bolle, Bristol Uniforms, Cedderoth, Cofra, DBI Sala, Enware, Eska, Helmets Integrated Systems, Ion Science, Jo Bird, Jutech, Lubetech, Comasec, Marigold Industrial, Moldex, Physioderm, Protecta, Portwest, RAE Systems, Recom, Refrigiwear, Respirex, Safety Jogger, Scott Health & Safety, Wallace Cameron, Wolf Safety Lamp Company, Workrite & 3M.
Cossette (dir.), Cartes cognitives et organisations, Collection <<Sciences de l'administration>>, Quebec/Paris: Les Presses de l'Universite Laval/Editions ESKA, 187-198.
ESKADENIA Software held a special session for schools titled "ESKA ACADEMIA" to acquaint them with the latest smart and integrated program portfolios in the educational field on June 15, at Grand Hayatt Amman.
Annabel, who lives in Gateshead with husband Philip and daughters Eska, five and Leanora, eight months, now spends her days updating brides with everything there is to know about stylish, chic and glamorous weddings.
by Dalkia eska republika, both of which are Czech companies operating in the energy sector.
Fred Ertl Sr., owner of the Ertl toy company, discontinued pedal tractor manufacture in about 1955, and Eska took over that product line until the company went out of business a few years later.