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emu

(ē'mū),
Abbreviation for electromagnetic unit.
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(4), the EMU effect on exports is now positive and economically significant ([e.sup..43] - 1 [approximately equal to]) 54% (with a t ratio exceeding 20).
But this can easily make four omelettes." The Clarence Court emu eggs are laid by just six birds on a farm near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
The Emu Farmer's Handbook I & II by Phillip Minnaar & Maria Minnaar
Infectious causes of mortality in emu birds of Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh has been recorded.
In its first decade, the institutional deficiency of EMU was papered over by cheap credit.
The majority of research on the solution of EMU circulation scheduling problem has applied modern intelligent optimization algorithms such as genetic algorithms, ant colony algorithm, and particle swarm optimization.
The New South Wales state roads authority said it was working on a plan to minimise the impact of a Pacific Highway upgrade on a small emu population on Australia's east coast.
The show eventually turned into Emu's All Live Pink Windmill Show, which ran until 1988, while Emu TV a year later also kept millions of kids howling over their evening snacks.
For the complete Emu Nickel NL announcement including table, please refer to the following link:
Leaving EMU would be a costly option for weak-performing countries.
Halle Library and the Morell Boone Computing Commons building are situated in a far corner of the EMU campus.