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No, the decision is still enforceable pending the appeal. The party making the appeal must make a separate motion asking to "stay" the enforcement of the underlying decision pending the outcome on appeal.
Most appellate panels will grant this relief (the standard is whether or not "irreperable injury will occur if the order is not enforced" - these proceedings generally lend themselves to delayed enforcement and finality of decision).
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