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ESA

An abbreviation for "emotional support animal," a pet officially certified by a doctor or mental health professional to travel with one in order to provide some manner of comfort or emotional support (typically relating to a mental health condition). Can I bring my ESA with me on the plane?
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It noted that had the Starlink operator seen the ESA correspondence, "we would have coordinated with ESA to determine best approach with their continuing with their maneuver or our performing a maneuver."
Dissatisfaction with ESA management was also at the heart of the debate on SB1320.
We'll aid in setting up a 'loan' scheme with a financial partner and monitor the cash incentives from ESA and local partners whilst coordinating different activities within the programme.
ESA said it would host a test campaign to follow the reentry, which will be conducted by the Inter Agency Space Debris Coordination Committee (IADC).
The post Cypriots can contribute to space technology, ESA official tells CNA appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Question: Why should veterinarians be concerned about the Endangered Species Act (ESA) listing of exotic species?
While an ESA is a type of tax-preferred account, the client who uses his or her RMDs to fund the ESA is still required to pay tax on the RMDs at his or her ordinary income tax rates--the transfer is not a tax-free rollover.
ESA Renewables has positioned itself as a leader in the industry providing a wide variety of services to solar PV systems worldwide.
To meet these requirements, ESA decided to develop a private cloud infrastructure, called ESA Cloud.
For the ESA Kids page, go to http://www.esa.int/esaKIDSen/
The Modern Understanding of ESA Vicarious Liability
Will there at some future date be a sort of 'EU pillar' in the European Space Agency (ESA)?
In north Wales, 780 people were receiving incapacity benefit (IB) or employment support allowance (ESA) with drug or boozde addiction as their main "disabling condition", the DWP said.
Citizens Advice centres around the country have seen a 71 per cent surge - to more than 76,000 - in requests for advice about ESA in the first three months of the year.
Citizens Advice bureaux around the country have seen a massive 71% surge - to more than 97,000 - in requests for advice about ESA in the first three months of the year.