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ESO

abbreviation for electric spinal orthosis.
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from heat aging for up to 10 days at temperatures as high as 136[degrees]C) showed that bio-based DOS, ESO, and their mixtures were sufficiently compatible with PVC when used at loadings as high as 83 phr.
Furthermore, researchers were able to determine that the rotation of stars in ESO 137-001 remains unchanged.
Ross (2004) also argues that whether executives increase their risk-taking willingness depends upon whether ESO grants increase the managerial utility of wealth.
The delayed spin-off of ESO from NEK has made recent headlines with Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev claiming that Bulgaria faces a daily fine of BGN 9000 by the European Commission over non-compliance with the June 30 deadline, and the EC coming up with a correcting statement.
The next step in the race towards bigger and bigger telescopes, the E-ELT or European Extremely Large Telescope, has recently been approved by the ESO Council.
As Caroline Leah, publicist for ESO, says: "We're reliant on these kids to take classical music forward into the future.
The agreement did not specifically address ESOs, and they were not shared for tax years 1997, 1998 and 1999.
Should some MEDDAC ESO positions be converted under current military-to-civilian initiatives in order to provide better developmental opportunities for junior officers elsewhere?
Based on those results, Pillcam ESO had 92% sensitivity, 95% specificity, 97% positive predictive value, and 88% negative predictive value for detecting either Barrett's esophagus or esophagitis.
The current commercial code allows firms to use only up to 10% of all outstanding shares for ESO plans.
The ESO's exercise price can be found in the employee's ESO contract.