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Ese

An ancient Sumerian unit of length approximately equivalent to 60 meters.
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IPA was performed with data sets of significantly up- or down-regulated genes: ESE and APE significantly deregulate 207 and 211 genes correspondingly; 36 deregulated genes were common for both extracts.
The ESE capability has proven to be a force-multiplier for the EOD Force.
Often, there is no better way to do this than by looking at new technology, and ESE Direct's latest achievements are fantastic news from our position as their current software supplier.
Participation in the ESE is of tremendous value for Yemeni companies.
According to sources in the People's Assembly's economic committee, the amendment entails a capital increase -- to reach LE 370 million -- with 51 percent going to the ESE.
In this project, ESE was assisted by George Campbell, power workholding engineeringmanager of Cart Lane Roemheld, in choosing the most effective power workholders for this application.
Reading is essential to any child's learning, but our ESE students need the most help when it comes to improving their reading skills," said Castle.
Protective forces at the five ESE sites containing weapons-grade nuclear material generally meet existing key DOE readiness requirements.
The Seafood Prix d'Elite product competition will also be taking place at ESE this year.
Once acquired, ESE will be fully managed by Specdex which will be able to use the ESE facility as a laboratory for refining and improving Specdex distribution software and which prospective customers can visit to see Specdex at work in a typical wholesale distribution company.
Clearly, there was risk accepted in the ESE design by giving these soldiers dual responsibility, but risk has negatively affected the engineer battalion's ability to perform its mission.