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esu

(electricity)
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Instruction is another successful area in which ESU has implemented AR in the library.
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Although Vodun's Papa Legba is a crippled old man, he is linked to two shadow sides, Mait' Carrefour and the Ghede, who represent the strength, virility, and evil capabilities of Esu.
Working with the Tellabs 6300 transport switching equipment, the ESU for the Tellabs 8100 system breaks the access bandwidth bottleneck by offering a choice of capacities ranging from 64 kilobits per second (kbps) to 12 megabits per second (Mbps).
Esu-Elegbara's name appears as Esu in the text, and I am designated by the letter A, which I take to mean "Author.
Many colleges and universities, including ESU, are now using outcomes to help define learning.
GTAs in the ESU program report this practice helps alleviate first-day fears and nervousness.
Working with the Academic Computing Support Department on campus, the Secondary Education faculty set up a user group through the university e-mail system with access through an ESU account or an outside provider.
Part Five addresses ecosystems and habitats, and how the ESU concept may overlook biotic integrity as an important component of conservation biology.
from Ekwensi, Ogunde, and Brecht, a creation of a theatre more accessible to the masses; from Fanon, Cabral, and Althusser, a dialectical, materialist grounding; and from Yoruba philosophy, the Esu principle that renders all symbolic orders open to chance and change.
That access means learning opportunities beyond the scope of most teachers' dreams for the 65,000 students supported by ESU #3: Foreign language studies start early in these Nebraska schools.
Many units employ isolated technology that constrains the radio frequency current to the return electrode and ESU.