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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 varieties Sauvignon Blanc and Ugni Blanc are among the most susceptible to Esca. Merlot seems to be more resistant to Eutypa dieback than Cabernet Sauvignon, although they are both similarly susceptible to Botryosphaeria dieback.
Como afirma Santos (2004), trata-se de entender o fenomeno da ESCA a partir da perspectiva do perpetrador e nao mais somente da perspectiva da vitima.
From Esca, Marcus learns a good deal about what his empire has inflicted on the people it has subjugated, but he doesn't writhe in guilty torment over it.
Bell meanwhile gets his moment to shine in a touching scene, when Esca defies the orders of Aquila and refuses to leave him to his untimely fate.
That interlude leaves Marcus wounded, and while convalescing with his patrician uncle (Donald Sutherland), he saves the life of a slave, Esca (Jamie Bell), who swears undying allegiance to him.
Christmas Eve brings yet another opportunity to celebrate the season with a lavish buffet dinner of traditional treats at Esca Restaurant.
Due to the nature of the work carried out at Esca's sites, safety has to be a top priority.
Norma Cano Olea, Directora de la ESCA, y a las directrices y sugerencias del Ing.
AaAaAa Recalling the historcal ties between countries in North and south Africa and France, the FT highlights the growing interest of European institutions in the region, the partnerships formed by the Ecole de management de Grenoble (EM) and Maghreban peers including the Casablanca-based Esca School of Management.
Regular soap works, but Esca Tech makes a special contaminant-removing cleaner.
PKT produces breaded fish, natural fish portions and fillets under the Esca and Vici brands, as well as under various private labels for retail stores.