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ESCA

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Well, I'd recommend - I mean, someone I know would recommend - a modern Italian joint opposite the Tron Theatre in Glasgow called Esca.
The importance of esca in Tuscany was a revelation to those of us from Southern Hemisphere countries, where esca either is not known to occur, or has only recently been diagnosed.
ESCA, one of the three major surface analysis techniques (Auger and secondary ion mass spectrometry being the others), has become the most widely used technique over the past 10 years.
The National Polytechnic Institute is considered the second leading university in Mexico, after the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), and its ESCA Tepepan campus is particularly known for its high standards of training in international business, business negotiations and public accounting.
Aabar will convene in an extraordinary general assembly meeting on August 15 to discuss the process for converting from a public stock company to a private stock one, the ESCA said.
He was installed as ESCA chairman by one of the country's most important figures in the game, David Collier, chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board.
chlamydosporum to be among several different fungi (which can include eutypalata) that cause classic black measles and esca heartwood rot.
1S]] spectra by ESCA measurement of ONy substrate film treated by corona and untreated are shown in Fig.
The ESCA and x-ray emission spectrometers, along with an ion pump, weigh nearly 600 kg and had to be attached to and mechanically balanced on the chamber to minimize chamber distortion during rotation.
According to the EPA, the new D-Lead([R]) Paint Test Kit (patent pending), developed by ESCA Tech, Inc.
It is planned to work on three key dimensions of results, which represent critical entry points where UNDP has experience and based on agreed within the framework of the ESCA results: