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Ese

An ancient Sumerian unit of length approximately equivalent to 60 meters.
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ESE Services was a member of the Consumer Code but ESE Consultants was not and so, he insisted, the panel could not adjudicate against it.
The rating considers UBS AG's current expectations that it will merge its London-based subsidiary UBS Limited into UBS ESE, prior to the UK leaving the European Union on 29 March 2019, in the absence of adequate transition relief being agreed and passed into law by the UK and the EU.
67% of students who had been characterized by ESE at the time of the start of their studies possessed a business idea when they graduated from the university three years later.
Hypothesis 3: Gender, previous entrepreneurial experience, and EE will positively influence sports major students' ESE, EA, and EI.
The ESE 2018 Online Prelims Test Series can be accessed by ESE aspiring students from anywhere across India on their desktop or laptop, and on any browser.
ESE World manufactures temporary storage systems for waste and recyclable materials.
Ltd has exclusively advised Stirling Square Capital Partners (SSCP), on the pending sale of its portfolio company ESE World B.V.