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ESF

(1) (Extended SuperFrame) An enhanced T1 format that allows a line to be monitored during normal operation. It uses 24 frames grouped together (instead of the 12-frame D4 superframe) and provides room for CRC bits and other diagnostic commands.

(2) (External Source Format) A specification language for defining an application in IBM's CSP/AD application generator.
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Goodfriend (1994) argues currency-warehousing agreements between the ESF and the Fed provide the ESF with additional funding that circumvents the congressional appropriations process and statutory limits on Federal borrowing.
To show this, I will focus on the case of"women without" who become Europe's invisible and gendered "Other" through multiple discriminations within the ESF process.
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Use of the ESF was thus brought within the OPC purview.
The bottom row in Figure 1 shows the contents of successive framing bit positions for a DS1 signal in the ESF format (again, with 192 bits for 24 DS0 channels between framing bits).
The ESRF balance is available to loan to the ESF should ESF balances be insufficient to cover benefits (in lieu of federal advances), as security for federal advances, or to cover interest payments on advances.
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But in England the jobless are able to access courses part-funded by the ESF.
Ian Barker from New Fordley Juniors said: "We won our earlier event in Butlins Skegness and to reach the final and claim a trophy was very pleasing," With more 1,100 boys and girls teams participating every year, the ESF events are one of the UK's biggest youth football festivals.