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emu

(ē'mū),
Abbreviation for electromagnetic unit.

emu

a large flightless bird, hence a ratite, native to Australia; up to 6 ft high and weighing up to 100 lb; Dromaius novae-hollandiae.
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I have contracted all of my chicks to be raised by another emu grower.
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With bankruptcy and exit no longer available as sanctions for economic and financial misbehavior of EMU members, it was clear to German policymakers that other instruments had to be put in place to ensure economic and fiscal policy discipline.
A final decision on the emu underpasses will be made later in the year but Whale said he was pessimistic about the birds ever using them, given their lack of intelligence - a problem that can make it hard simply to shoo them out of fenced fields.
Incorporated in 2007, Emu Nickel was formed to farm-in to Image Resources' extensive portfolio of nickel projects in the Eastern Goldfields and Forrestania-Southern Cross nickel provinces and in turn allow Image to focus on its core mineral sand projects.
Weights, measurements and food of the emu in the northern wheatbelt of Western Australia.
EMU officials declined, opening the door for an extension to its relationship with Holy Cow.
They brought in pictures, but they didn't live very close to where this emu was found and it was a long time ago they lost theirs," she said.
Based on their findings, the authors propose policy recommendations both for new member states on how to manage their accession to the EMU and for the European Commission and the ECB on how to manage the enlargement of the Eurozone in an optimal way.
His son Toby, aged 28, an actor, took over as the puppet's sidekick and has appeared with Emu in pantomimes.
Everyone who came into contact with Emu was left breathless: either with laughter as part of the audience or literally gasping with pain due to the ferocity of Emu's attacks.
Just as systems biology will enable researchers to understand individual responses to complex environments, the EMU is a tool that [would allow] us to identify the responses of individuals to a wide variety of exposures," she said.