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extrasensory perception
ESP is an abbreviation for `extra-sensory perception'. esp. is a written abbreviation for especially. especially. the written abbreviation of especially
perception or communication skills that are beyond ordinary human senses, supernatural insight (ex: telepathy, clairvoyance)
ESP is the teaching of English to students whose first language is not English but who need it for a particular job, activity, or purpose. ESP is an abbreviation for `English for specific purposes' or `English for special purposes'
Also known as extrasensory perception, ESP is the awareness of supernatural occurrences independent of the usual sensory processes
Real Player (streamed) Real Player (for firewall) 0: 52 Encapsulating Security Payload
Encapsulating Security Payload A feature of IPSEC As defined in RFC 2406
The ISO 4217 currency code for the Spanish Peseta
(See Encapsulating Security Payload )
English for Special Purposes; eg for business, science and technology, medicine etc
especially

It isn't especially hot today. - It is not especially hot today.

It is not especially hot today. - It isn't especially hot today.

is an electrostatic precipitator, an emission control technology to reduce particle emissions It traps dust by charging the particles in a high-voltage electrostatic field, and precipitating the charged particles on an electrode
Extrasensory perception (ESP) is the knowledge of external objects or events without the aid of the senses
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Encapsulated Security Payload, the IPSEC protocol which provides encryption It can also provide authentication service and may be used with null encryption (which we do not recommend) For details see our IPSEC Overview document and/or RFC 2406
not an abnormal perception, but an abnormal event originating in the unconscious and helped toward consciousness by a lowering of consciousness
Epsilon Sigma Phi-Missouri Alpha Tau Chapter; national honorary extension fraternity that promotes professionalism and professional development
The process by which companies bill customers over the Internet Extranet - A Web site that links businesses to consumers, suppliers, etc , for electronic commerce These sites usually provide more consumer-specific information than public sites and may have security devices such as passwords for a user to gain access to more sensitive information
Term developed by researcher J B Rhine (1895-1980), who studied paranormal subjects at great length ESP describes the transmission of information derived by means other than the five senses
apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the senses
Communication or perception by means other than the physical senses
Acronym for Electrostatic Precipitator A device that collects particulates by placing an electrical charge on them and attracting them onto a collecting electrode
English for Specific Purposes
Is most commonly called the "sixth sense " It is sensory information that an individual receives which comes beyond the ordinary five senses sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch It can provide the individual with information of the present, past, and future; as it seems to originate in a second, or alternate reality
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An IPsec protocol that provides data confidentiality (encryption), anti-replay, and authentication ESP encapsulates data in the IP packet and may be applied alone or in combination with AH Top
Electronic Shock Protection An electronic circuit that stores the audio data stream from a CD or MD in a memory buffer If the laser pick-up mistracks, audio still flows from the buffer preventing an interruption 1
(Encapsulating Security Payload) An encryption and validation standard used with IPsec
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extrasensory perception; that means the use of your psychic ability
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{i} particularly, specifically
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