EMEIS


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EMEISEnterprise Model Execution and Integration Services (Computer Integrated Manufacturing Open System Architecture)
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The regularity and quality of public school feeding in the four EMEIs evaluated are one of the most important ambience factors against malnutrition.
Jager A, van Hinsbergh VW, Kostense PJ, Emeis JJ, Nijpels G, Dekker JM, Heine RJ, Bouter LM, Stehouwer CD.
With regard to unblocking of EMEIs, PTA unblocked 5,184 IMEIs during 200607, 11,059 IMEIs in 200708, 7675 EMEIs in 200809, 6807 IMEIs in 200910, 4,159 EMEIs in 201011, 3,567 IMEIs in 201112 and 3,334 IMEIs were unblocked during 201213.
Jager A van Hinsbergh VW Kostense PJ Emeis JJ Nijpels G Dekker JM et al.
For example, in 1508 the Swiss humanist Johannes Geiler von Kaiserberg (1445-1510) preached in Strasbourg Cathedral on the third Sunday in Lent a sermon on superstitions in which he mentioned, among several other examples, werewolves and quoted Vincent of Beauvais and William of Auvergne; this sermon was later published, probably from memory, by another writer, Johannes Pauli, in Die Emeis (The Ants, 1516).
In response, the company is making progress with international development, and in 2013 completed the purchase of a controlling share in premium brand operator Emeis. The company has great opportunities to increase global share, and is well positioned going forward.
(6.) Lupu C, Goodwin CA, Westmuckett AD, Emeis JJ, Scully MF, Kakkar VV, et al.
Stehouwer CD., Gall MA., Twisk JW., Knudsen E., Emeis JJ., Parving HH.
VON HUENE, R., BIALAS, J., FLUEH, E., CROPP, B., CSERNOK, T., FABEL, E., HOFFMANN, J., EMEIS, K., HOLLER, P., JESCHKE, G..
Von Huene R., Bialas J., Emeis K., Fluh E., Leandro C., Cropp B., Csrnok T., Fabel E., Perez I., Flores A., Hoffman J., Holler P., Leon R., Barrios O., Chavarria J., Jeschke G.
The biomarker C:N ratio has been used more than the C:P ratio because of the latter's enhanced sensitivity to consumption and storage of phosphorus by algae and bacteria (Gachter & Meyer, 1993), not to mention the high consumption during eutrophication and the enhanced phosphorus solubility in anaerobic marine sediments (Emeis et al.