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emergency

 [e-mer´jen-se]
an unlooked for or sudden occurrence, often dangerous, such as an accident or an urgent or pressing need.
emergency department an area of a hospital especially equipped and staffed for emergency care. Popularly called emergency room.
emergency medical technician (EMT) a provider of emergency care (health care at the basic life support level); this may include spinal immobilization, administration of oxygen, and control of bleeding. In some states there are modular training programs where an EMT can add skills to the basic level.

EMT

Abbreviation for Emergency Medical Technician.

EMT

abbr.
emergency medical technician

EMT

abbreviation for emergency medical technician.
An abbreviation for emergency medical technician

EMT

Emergency medicine An abbreviation for any of a number of grades of Emergency Medical Technician, based on the number of hrs of formal training, and type of specially training

EMT

Abbreviation for emergency medical technician.
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If FFRT changes are highly correlated with stock price movement, the opportunity to earn an above normal return may exist in contradiction to efficient market theory.
In studying the corpus of his contributions to the efficient market theory, one can only conclude that Paul Samuelson takes great care in what he writes.
Consider the existing academic research dealing with anomalies, or occurrences that are inconsistent with efficient market theory.
The philosophy of Oracle Fund takes a contrary position to the much-ballyhooed Efficient Market Theory.
Cochrane accuses Krugman of misleading his readers about the efficient market theory, which asserts that, given the available information, financial markets always get asset prices right.

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