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ESA

abbreviation for
1. (Environmental Science) Environmentally Sensitive Area: an area that contains a natural feature, such as the habitat of a rare species, and which is protected by government regulations
2. (Astronautics) European Space Agency

ESA

European Space Agency.
Translations

ESA

N ABBR =European Space AgencyAEE f

ESA

[ˌiːɛsˈeɪ] n abbr =European Space AgencyA.S.E. f =Agenzia spaziale europea
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Address : ESA Head Office 8-10 Rue Mario Nikis 75738 Paris Cedex 15
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If you have limited capability for work, you receive contribution-based ESA providing you have paid enough National Insurance contributions.
Michel Courtois, ESA Director of Technical and Quality Management, formally signed an agreement with Bernd Geiger, Managing General Partner and founder of Triangle, at ESA Headquarters recently.
ESA is an international organisation with 18 member states.
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Jonathan Adler, the editor of Ecology, Liberty & Property: A Free Market Environmental Reader, said on the Wall Street Journal Online that while the ESA "is terribly effective at controlling land use," it doesn't "save species.
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