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esca

 [es´kah] (exercise of self care agency)
a philosophical concept guiding the practice of kinlein; the moving or dynamic power within each person that is integral to any action taken in thought, word, or deed.
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The other laureate this year is Charles Esche (1962, England), the current Director of the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
For further instances of repetition in the text, see Oliver, liii-lv; Fuller and Esche, 299-300.
First, he passed the puck from the side of the Flyers' net to Petr Tenkrat at the blue line, then he gathered up Tenkrat's wide shot behind the net, swung around the other side and flipped the puck off Esche and into the goal.
Louis, Vincent Lecavalier and Brad Richards of the Lightning; Rod Brind'Amour of the Carolina Hurricanes; Ed Jovanovski of the Vancouver Canucks; Brendan Shanahan, Kris Draper and Henrik Zetterberg of the Detroit Red Wings; and Robert Esche of the Flyers.
The catalogue will feature contributions by Smith and pioneers in chronicling this experiential mode of artistic practice, including Charles Esche and Hannah Higgins.
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The Ducks had plenty of chances in the period, but Philadelphia backup goalie Robert Esche stopped all of them.
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Left town: C Michal Handzus; C Denis Pederson; C Mike Sullivan; G Robert Esche.
Along with educators, critics, and curators Ute Meta Bauer, Daniel Birnbaum, Thierry de Duve, Charles Esche, Boris Groys, and Robert Storr, appearing here are artists Clementine Deliss, Liam Gillick, Raqs Media Collective, Anton Vidokle, and others who write about art school models outside or adjacent to established institutions.
Mary Esche of Whitney Architects was the chair for this year's dinner and Rick Shuham of Studley, Inc.
Kings coach Andy Murray sensed that through much of the second period, when his team, which came in with a league-leading 44 goals, took just four shots against Coyotes goaltender Robert Esche.