GESA


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AcronymDefinition
GESAGenerating Expectations for Student Achievement (educational program; various locations)
GESAGrid Economic Services Architecture
GESAGlobal Energy Security Analysis (professional magazine)
GESAGeneral Electronics Services Australia (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
GESAGeneral Equipment Support Activity
GESAGeneral Electric Supervisory Association
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On the official merger date, Inspirus Credit Union will become a division of Gesa Credit Union.
Gesa Credit Union is a great place to work," Morger concluded.
Vice Chairperson of GESA Ms Motlalepula Tabona told the participants, who included primary school pupils, that the organisation's role was to ensure effective development of renewable technologies and mitigation of climate change for sustainable development.
The Board of Directors and leadership of both Inspirus Credit Union and Gesa Credit Union recognize they can better serve the memberships of both credit unions together.
Fiserv received the 2016 IDC Financial Insights FinTech Rankings Real Results Award for Customer Engagement for pioneering the use of Verifast: Palm Authentication at $1.7 billion Gesa Credit Union in Richland, Wash.
European champion Gesa Krause is relatively unfancied but the bronze-medal winner at the 2015 worlds looks good value at 7-2 for a top-three finish.
Right-half Gesa Junge fired in an early Christmas cracker in her final Vikings appearance before departing Stateside.
There is a feeling at United that the De Gesa saga has become a distraction and they may be better off without him, given he is out of contract at the end of this term.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Hyvin Kiyeng Jepkemoi of Kenya won a three-way sprint to the line to take the gold medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase ahead of Habiba Ghibri of Tunisia and Gesa Krause of Germany at the ongoing World Athletics Championships in Beijing on Wednesday.
The girls love to sing these pieces," Gesa Werhahn, the choir conductor, told Times of Oman after their concert.
A brace of goals each from Sandra Christke, Gesa Junge, Marlen Slinning and Sofie Vaula, backed up by typically tight Vikings defending and a penalty save by goalkeeper Andrea King, helped Newcastle build a strong 9-3 lead at half time.
Stedman, Gesa, Cultural Exchange in Seventeenth-Century France and England, Farnham, Ashgate, 2013; hardback; pp.