ELM


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ELMElement
ELMEducational Leadership and Management (various organizations)
ELMElectronic Mail (UNIX)
ELMEast London Mosque (UK)
ELME-Mail List Management
ELMElectronic Mail
ELMExperimental Logistics Module
ELMElasticity Buffer and Link Management
ELMEvent Log Monitor (software)
ELMElaboration Likelihood Model
ELME-Learning Module (education)
ELMEnd of Life Management
ELMExperiment Logistics Module
ELMElementary Level Math (California State University, Sacramento)
ELMEdge-Localized Mode (physics)
ELMExport-Land Model (oil production)
ELMEukaryotic Linear Motif
ELMEnterprise Lifecycle Management (software)
ELMEntry-Level Mathematics Exam
ELMEnvironmental Lubricants Manufacturing, Inc. (Grundy Center, IA)
ELMEditorial de Las Letras Mudas (Spanish: Editorial of the Muted Letters)
ELMEspace Location Maintenance (French computer repair company)
ELMEmployee and Labor Relations Manual
ELMEnvironmental Landscape Management
ELMÉcole Libre de Métiers (French: Free Trade School)
ELMElluminate Live! Manager (software)
ELMElectronic Learning Marketplace (Maine Department of Education)
ELMElectronic Mailer
ELMEuropean Labour Market for Academic Graduates (conference)
ELMExpertise Location & Management
ELMEntity-Life Modeling
ELMElasticity-Buffer and Link Management (Motorola)
ELMEducation Loan Management Resources (Oakland, CA; est. 1994)
ELMElectronic Library for Minnesota Resources
ELMEnhanced Light Microscope
ELMError Log Manager
ELMEvolution Learning Manager (Outstart)
ELMExpendable Light Marker
ELMEvil Little Monkey (website)
ELMEffective Labour Market
ELMElmira / Corning, NY, USA - Elmira Corning Regional Airport (Airport Code)
ELMElectrical Line Module (Siemens)
ELMExpress Lane Merchandiser
ELMElectronic Line Monitoring
ELMExtended Linear Machine
ELMEasy Labor Management System
References in classic literature ?
I suppose it is impossible to find out how high the elm was?
And the shadow of the elm must mean the farther end of the shadow, otherwise the trunk would have been chosen as the guide.
That must have been difficult, Holmes, when the elm was no longer there.
Then I took two lengths of a fishing-rod, which came to just six feet, and I went back with my client to where the elm had been.
The attendant went away, and Father Sergius remained alone under the elm tree.
The bush of wild cherries behind the elm tree was in full bloom and had not yet begun to shed its blossoms, and the nightingales--one quite near at hand and two or three others in the bushes down by the river--burst into full song after some preliminary twitters.
It was a wonderful May evening, when the birches, aspens, elms, wild cherries, and oaks, had just burst into foliage.
Then the big elm shot up ahead, lying in wait for them at the bend of the road, and he said between his teeth: "We can fetch it; I know we can fetch it-"
There was a last instant when the air shot past him like millions of fiery wires; and then the elm.
replied she pointing to a neat Building which rose up amidst the grove of Elms and which I had not before observed--) I agreed and we instantly walked to it--we knocked at the door--it was opened by an old woman; on being requested to afford us a Night's Lodging, she informed us that her House was but small, that she had only two Bedrooms, but that However we should be wellcome to one of them.
Only a week before the blow fell she, happening to raise her eyes from the paper, saw two figures seated on the grass under the shade of the elms.
But it is the Princeton American elm that has the greatest potential for success as a large tree attractive to garden-center customers, corporate and city landscapers, and others.