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Espoo

(ĕs`pô), Swed. Esbo, city (1998 pop. 204,962), Southern Finland prov., S Finland, 10 mi (16 km) W of Helsinki. Part of the Helsinki metropolitan area, Espoo saw enormous growth in the late 20th cent., and is now Finland's second largest city. The city has five regional centers, including Tapiola Garden City, an exemplary planned city. Espoo has many high-tech businesses and institutes; the Helsinki Univ. of Technology and Espoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology are there. Notable sights include the city museum and a granite church dating from 1458.

Espoo

a city in S Finland. Pop.: 224 231 (2003 est.)
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The results showed that after the thirty-one day of incubation, the rate of biodegradation of ESO is equal to 10,80%, while the rate mineralization of ESBO is equal to 9.
The results showed that after the thirtyone day of incubation, the rate of biodegradation of ESO is equal to 10,80 %, while the rate mineralization of ESBO is equal to 9.
Plasticizers is the biggest application segment of ESBO market.
This study estimates the market value and volume for ESBO and forecasts the market size till 2020.
Financial auditing for the ESBO is governed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) utilizing its own Codification of Statements on Auditing Standards (SAS'S).
The ESBO differs much from her/his counterpart in corporate business primarily in well published areas of innovation, risk, intuition, and passion.
A survey found ESBO at levels up to 105mg per kg in 66 out of 137 samples.
The study found that 91 per cent of a sample contained ESBO levels of up to 105 milligrams per kilogram.
A British study by the Joint Food Safety and Standards Group found that 48 per cent of the samples of food from brand-named baby products contained ESBO levels of up to 105 milligrams per kilogram.
The evaluation was conducted in the context of the current uses of ESBO in food packaging, with an emphasis on assessment of migration into baby foods that might result in intakes of ESBO close to or exceeding the Tolerable Daily Intake (TDI) of 1 mg/kg body weight.
The Panel notes that ESBO is neither carcinogenic nor genotoxic.
Aquest minim esbos dels continguts i temes de l'haiku, amb una lleugera variacio en la terminologia, la podriem aplicar a moltes de les obres que, de Junoy, hem vist com 'cubistes'.