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Esna:

see IsnaIsna
or Esna
, town (1986 pop. 43,055), central Egypt, on the Nile River. It is the center for an agricultural area that is irrigated by the Nile. Isna's manufactures include cotton fabrics and ceramics.
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, Egypt.
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The alliance, which aims to establish a closer relationship between both institutions, began recently when the Talent, Innovation, Strategy Senior Vice President, Emma FernEindez, participated in the Plan Anima Talento (Encourage Talent Plan), an initiative organised by ESNE with the aim of conveying positive values to university students in a time of negative stereotypes through the use of presentations and speeches by renowned professionals with extensive business experience.
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Tim Parsons, officer in charge of the Young Firefighters' Association (YFA) at Radford fire station, was attending the event with his five children, Jake, aged 10, Esnes, aged six, Cavan, aged four, Laigan, aged two and one-year-old Rylan.
Tim Parsons (front, right) with Cavan and (left) Rachel, baby Rylan and Esnes Parsons and (back, from left) Mark Tovey, Asa Cox, Adam Greener, Danielle Clark and Roseanne Kelly.
UP IN ARMS: Rachel Parsons (front) with parents and supporters (from left) Janet Kelly, John Cusden, Tyra Hussain, Dana Quinney, Ann-Marie Eales (holding Esnes Parsons) and pupils Javod Anisi, Brandon Rynne and Ben McKinnon.