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esp.

abbr.
especially
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Translations

esp.

abbr (=especially) → surtout
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esp.

abbr of especiallybes.
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esp.

abbr =especiallyspec.
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Lemonade Leaders is a program for typical children ages eight to 11 who want to help send their friends with disabilities to camp by setting up lemonade stands benefiting ESP.
Gustavo Aroca Martinez, MD., Esp. (Universidad Libre de Colombia, Colombia)
The ESP system types included in this report are dry ESP and wet ESP. In terms of geography, the market has been segmented into Asia-Pacific, Europe, Americas, Middle East, and Africa.
Minister of State for CA&DD, Barrister Usman Ibrahim, while launching the ICTESP, lauded the German development support for developing the ESP.
The second stage, which is located right after the first stage, occupies most of the ESP. It also operates at a lower field strength but with increased collection surface for enhanced particle collection.
A few years ago, the program was expanded to offer certification to cabinet suppliers able to meet the requirements of ESP. Currently, 115 companies and brands are ESP certified.
In current systems of this nature, when a ground fault occurs with current leakage from the ESP cable, the gauge will lose the signal, cutting off the data transmitted about the operation of the ESP.
Neil Wilson, head of employment law at Chadwick Lawrence, said: "Leeds Rugby is the latest in a long line of organisations to sign up for ESP.
Sales Director Martin Kent announced, "We look forward to building relationships in the South West region as this is an area we feel has huge potential for ESP. The ESP team wish Neill all the best in his new role and anticipate exciting times ahead."
Jeffrey Rouder from the University of Missouri in the US and Richard Morey from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands analyzed experiments by psychologist Daryl Bem of Cornell University, who claimed evidence for ESP.