ENSA


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ENSA

(ˈɛnsə)
n acronym for
Entertainments National Service Association: a British organization providing entertainment for the armed forces during World War II
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In addition, Mr Batshu said the ENSA programme has supported the NGO Council in the designing of the Civil Society Organisations (CSO) Fund whose main objective was to avail resources to leverage the civil society/government partnership in the national development process.
Who AZ was we will never know, but we can assume that the artist was probably a performer or stage hand from ENSA (the Entertainments National Service Association), during the time when the hospital was requisitioned by the Army as an emergency admissions unit during World War II.
By 1946, when ENSA was demobilized, it had presented, according to the author, over 2.
He decided if he couldn't fight then he would entertain the troops instead - so auditioned for ENSA.
Innovari, an interactive energy platform developer has signed a contract with ENSA, a subsidiary of the EPM Group.
A source close to the investigation said: "The helmet completely broke into pieces and one went to ENSA for analysis.
British lender Standard Chartered on Monday announced that it is opening an onshore banking subsidiary in Angola with Angolan insurance company ENSA.
It is believed the Churchill caricature, which is signed "TAZ ENSA 1943", would have been drawn by a member of the association.
Being a newcomer to endocrinology, and as current secretary for ENSA, I have found it both a privilege and inspiration to discover-the amazing (but under-stated) skills of the New Zealand and Australian nurses working in this complex speciality.
GEH and ENSA will collaborate under the new agreement on RPVs for certain Advanced Boiling Water Reactor (ABWR) and the Economic Simplified Boiling Water Reactor (ESBWR) power plant opportunities.
A spokesman for the ENSA says the ubiquitous use of the term 'soya milk' by consumers to describe liquid soya should allow for a law change.
During the Review Conference, ENSA members met together to discuss the future role of ecumenical agencies in controling small arms.