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EMI

Abbreviation for:
elderly mentally ill (older people with mental illness) 
emergency medical information
extramedullary infiltration
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Robust Developments in EMI Shielding Materials such as Polymer Matrix Composites, Carbon Nanotubes and Many Others
RIGOL Technologies recently announced a significant addition to its UltraReal family of real-time spectrum analyzers with the release of a new integrated EMI Application Mode for EMI pre-compliance measurements.
EMI wants a judge to declare the 2003 agreement valid and stop West from suing in California.
To make the festival offerings comprehensive, Home Center is providing up to 50% on select products with EMI starting at Rs.
Commenting on the move, Hani Barhoush, Head of Mubadala Capital, said: "EMI Music Publishing has been a successful investment for Mubadala and I would like to personally extend my appreciation to the leadership at Sony and Sony/ATV, who have been instrumental in administering the EMI Music Publishing catalog as well as shaping the music landscape on a global basis.
Kenichiro Yoshida, President and CEO, Sony Corporation said, "We are thrilled to bring EMI Music Publishing into the Sony family and maintain our number one position in the music publishing industry.
Researchers have shown that students whose native language is not English experience a high level of anxiety in EMI classrooms across different regional contexts (Byun et al., 2011; Cheng & Erben, 2012; Suliman & Tadros, 2011).
Before UMG could complete the USD1.9bn (EUR1.5bn) acquisition, it would need to sell EMI Recording Ltd, which holds the Parlophone label, as well as the Mute, Chrysalis and various other labels, the regulator said.
Universal, which is owned by French group Vivendi, proposed in July to sell the bulk of Parlophone, one of EMI's most prized assets, with stars such as Coldplay and marquee acts such as Queen, EMI Chief Executive Officer Roger Faxon told staff at the time.
Parlophone, the record label behind Kylie Minogue, Coldplay and Blur, is to be sold as a condition of EMI's takeover by Universal.
The Sunday Times said the concession from Universal to offload EMI's Parlophone arm will interest potential buyers such as German media giant Bertelsmann and Mute, the indie label behind Goldfrapp and Moby.