KESA

KESA may refer to:

  • Kesa Electricals, a European consumer electronics and household appliance retailing group
  • KESA (FM), a radio station (100.9 FM) licensed to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United States

Other articles related to "kesa":

Side Control - Kesa-gatame
... Kesa gatame (袈裟固, also referred to as hon-kesa-gatame, 本袈裟固) or "scarf hold" is a pinning hold that is performed from side control by turning slightly sideways, spreading the legs for stability, and ... effectively from this position, instead a variation of this hold is used called kuzure-kesa-gatame (崩袈裟固) or "modified scarf hold" ... This hold is similar to the kesa-gatame, except that instead of encircling the head, the opponent's arm is encircled ...
Comet Group - History - Global Economic Crisis (2007–12)
... In 2007, at the beginning of the financial crisis, KESA warned that its prospects in the UK were "uncertain" as the credit crunch and higher interest rates could lead to consumers cutting back their ... In 2009 KESA posted a pre-tax loss of £81.8 million in the 12 months to 30 April 2009, compared to a profit of £128.8 million in the previous year ... it was closing its 11 UK stores due to "tough conditions," KESA announced that it had sold Comet to investment firm OpCapita for a nominal £2 ...
Chinese Taipei At The 2004 Summer Olympics - Results By Event - Judo
... Neither Taiwanese judoka won a match, both falling prey to the same move, Ushiro-kesa-gatame, or 'reverse scarf hold'. 32 Bye Round of 16 Defeated Catherine Jacques of Belgium (Ushiro-kesa-gatame w'ari ippon - 417) Women's +78 kg (Heavyweight) Lee Hsiao-Hung - defeated in round of 32 Round of ...
Religious Habit - Kesa in Japanese Buddhism
... In Japanese Buddhism, the kāṣāya is called kesa (Jp ... In Japan, during the Edo and Meiji periods, kesa were even sometimes pieced together from robes used in Noh theatre ...
Dan Kesa
... Dragan "Dan" Kesa (born November 23, 1971 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Serbian-Canadian former professional ice hockey player who played in the National Hockey League for the ... Drafted 95th overall by the Canucks in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, Kesa played 139 regular season games, scoring 8 goals and 22 assists for 30 points and collecting 66 penalty minutes ... Kesa had spells in the Russian Super League for Avangard Omsk and the Austrian Hockey League for the Vienna Capitals before hanging up his skates ...