SESSA


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SESSASustainable Energy Society of Southern Africa (est. 1974)
SESSASimulation of Electron Spectra for Surface Analysis (National Institute of Standards & Technology)
SESSASouthern England Student Sports Association (UK)
SESSASustainable Energy Specific Support Assessment
SESSASolar Energy Society of Southern Africa (Ferndale, South Africa)
SESSASecurity Services Sports Association (Ghana)
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And Sessa might be on to something, as the drug has been used in trials to treat a number of other disorders in the past.
Sessa and colleagues tried to establish bacterial growth with zein using various growth media.
Last month Sessa was in soapy for booting the ball angrily at a ball boy in an away match at Cordoba.
Mr Sessa, and another director, Rosmiro Amancio, have been in Liverpool in the last few days to meet businessman Bruce Stimpson and his associate, Natalie Reeves.
Reaching out to young people who could be future members "is the bottom line for any organization in this day and age," Sessa said.
Garcia-Cardena G, Fan R, Stern DF, Liu J, Sessa WC.
Sheffield started strongly and Jason Sessa had a goal washed out before Giants captain Paul Kruse opened the scoring after eight minutes.
Volvo Penta has signed an agreement with the Italian power boat manufacturer Sessa Marine for delivery of approximately 1000 engines and drive systems over three years.
The line started up in August at Manuli Film SpA in Sessa Aurunca, Italy, and has already produced BOPP film at 12,100 lb/hr with line speeds over 1050 ft/min, which Bruckner says is a world record.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-4 November 2002-Volvo Penta wins SEK100m engines contract from Sessa Marine in Italy (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
BIKINIS BY JANTZEN AND CENTER MODEL WEARS ROYAL BLUE FLORAL MAILLOT BY SESSA OF APPAREL VENTURES, ALL WITH MATCHING BANDEAU SCARVES.
In her studies, Valerie Sessa, a researcher at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC, has examined executive-selection efforts that were successful and those that weren't - meaning the executive was hired but didn't work out, and often wound up leaving the company.