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ELMElement
ELMEducational Leadership and Management (various organizations)
ELMElectronic Mail (UNIX)
ELMEast London Mosque (UK)
ELMElectronic Mail
ELMElasticity Buffer and Link Management
ELME-Mail List Management
ELMExperimental Logistics Module
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
ELMEffective Labour Market
ELMEvil Little Monkey (website)
ELMElectronic Line Monitoring
ELMExpress Lane Merchandiser
ELMElmira / Corning, NY, USA - Elmira Corning Regional Airport (Airport Code)
ELMElectrical Line Module (Siemens)
ELMExtended Linear Machine
ELMEasy Labor Management System
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Underneath the elms we parted, By the lowly cottage door; One brief word alone was uttered Never on our lips before; And away I walked forlornly, Broken-hearted evermore.
"We had driven up in a dogcart, and my client led me away at once, without our entering the house, to the scar on the lawn where the elm had stood.
The merchant, having seated Father Sergius on the bench under the elm, took on himself police duties and drove the people off very resolutely.
They found the sharp new heap they were seeking, and ensconced themselves within the protection of three great elms that grew in a bunch within a few feet of the grave.
"Were you scared I'd run you into the elm?" he asked with a boyish laugh.
She was about to say, "I never knew you could speak!" when a metallic voice that seemed to come from the ladle at the well remarked to the elm, "I suppose it is a bit coldish up there?" and the elm replied, "Not particularly, but you do get numb standing so long on one leg," and he flapped his arms vigorously just as the cabmen do before they drive off.
In front, just on the edge of the unpaved sidewalk, grew the Pyncheon Elm, which, in reference to such trees as one usually meets with, might well be termed gigantic.
"Excuse me my Sophia for having thus unwillingly offended you--" replied I--and then changing the conversation, desired her to admire the noble Grandeur of the Elms which sheltered us from the Eastern Zephyr.
She sat in the quiet doorway, shaded from the little Riverboro world by the overhanging elms. A wide sense of thankfulness and peace possessed her, as she looked at the autumn landscape, listened to the rumble of a wagon on the bridge, and heard the call of the river as it dashed to the sea.
The tall old elms, through whose branches the declining sun cast here and there a rich ray of light upon the shady part, awakened the associations of his earliest days.
Out of this lake, which filled the center of a beautiful plain, embellished with groups of beeches and elms, and fed with sheep, issued a river, that for several miles was seen to meander through an amazing variety of meadows and woods till it emptied itself into the sea, with a large arm of which, and an island beyond it, the prospect was closed.
Even in this leafless time of departing February it is pleasant to look at,--perhaps the chill, damp season adds a charm to the trimly kept, comfortable dwelling-house, as old as the elms and chestnuts that shelter it from the northern blast.