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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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It is here, according to my mate Barney, that some of the finest emu farms used to exist, and although their numbers have dwindled, a recent upsurge in demand for emu products has seen the fortunes of emu farmers go back on the upswing.
6, Figure 3) portrays the existence of a substantially lower personal saving ratio (gross household savings as a percent of gross disposable income) in the EMU periphery than in the core since the euro launch.
After Joylene Reavis and her husband spent a year researching the emu industry by visiting farms and attending conferences, they decided to start the Sugar Maple Emu Farm in Brodhead, Wisconsin, on their 10-acre farm.
Hence, when confronted with the risks of "Grexit," she reversed course in the spring of 2012: exit from EMU for any country was off the table and there would be no more sovereign debt restructurings.
It could see the extinction of the coastal emu," said Whale.
Emu Nickel is an active, nickel-focused, Australian-based mineral explorer with a significant portfolio of projects in Western Australia ranging from grassroots to advanced nickel sulphide projects.
DISCUSSION--There is a need to understand what impacts feral species such as the emu may have upon native flora and fauna.
She said the documents confirmed her belief that Holy Cow was the best fit for the EMU space.
Nobody's head was in the sand when Emu hit the screens in the 70s, the heady days of entertaining primetime audiences of over 11 million.
Emu entertained audiences of 11 million in the 70s.
The emu fled the family's Acton ranch and wasn't seen again until it surprised traffic as it walked against freeway traffic.
The first group of papers addresses theoretical and practical ramifications of EMU enlargement: the theory of optimum currency area and its implications for the Eurozone, the degree of trade and economic integration of new member states with the EU and the Eurozone, the degree of progress in nominal and real convergence already achieved by the new member states, the additional benefits from trade creation and investment in new member states that can accrue from their adoption of the euro, the nature of shocks experienced by the new member states, their labour market and fiscal challenges, dilemmas associated with the EMU-II mechanism and the choice of the final euro conversion rate, and the question of when and how to join the EMU.