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SEM

Abbreviation for standard error of the mean.

SEM

abbr.
scanning electron microscope

SEM

abbreviation for scanning electron microscope.

SEM

Abbreviation for standard error of measurement; standard error of the mean.

SEM

see SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE.

SEM

1. scanning electron microscope.
2. standard error of the mean.
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To support his position, bishop Epiphanius proves to his readers that Shem did not live until the time of patriarch Abraham according to his calculations based on the text of the Septuagint.
Seeing that the majority of verses put Shem first, implying that he was the eldest, it is not hard to see where Jubilees got the idea that Shem was born first.
She said: "I met Shem at Llangeinor Football Club in Bridgend when I was working behind the bar.
Shem Tov, who is a lesbian, said "it felt natural" to dance with a woman.
The Children of Shem will make readers laugh then think.
Careview Services director Shem Singh said: "We have been looking for some time for a suitable addition to the Careview home and feel we have found this in Mill Hayes.
1700-1760, better known as the Baal Shem Tov or Besht, is one of the most intriguing, yet enigmatic figures in early modern Jewish history.
The company has a new logo and redesigned visual corporate identity, but the company remains the same in every way, according to Matti Shem Tov, president and CEO.
A Semite relates to descendants of Shem (Son of Noah).
She has made Noah a religious fanatic, convinced of his righteousness, with the two older sons, Ham and Shem, caught up in their own madness.
At last English speakers receive an in-depth biographical coverage of the man who first explained Jewish mysticism to the general public in The Great Mission: The Life And Story Of Rabbi Yisrael Baal Shem Tov.
The core of and impetus for Goldenberg's deeply and massively researched book is that strange (and, as it turned out, portentous) entry in the Book of Genesis (Gen 9: 18-25) which describes how Noah and his three sons, Shem, Ham and Japheth, finally disembarked from the ark and were instructed to people the earth; how Noah raised grapes and made wine, and how he drank the wine and became drunk and passed out, how his three sons found him naked, but only Ham (the youngest son) peeked at the old man's nudity.