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EMESEnvironmental Monitoring and Evaluation System (Philippines)
EMESEurope and Middle East Section (Friends World Committee for Consultation; UK)
EMESEarly Modern England Source (est. 1996; listserv)
EMESEngineering and Mining Experiment Station (est. 1993; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology; Rapid City, SD)
EMESEastern Mediterranean Educational Services (est. 2000; Ramallah, Palestine)
EMESEast Montpelier Elementary School (Vermont)
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Grace and Emes wanted to look like bad taste Cheeky Girls and Grace, from Yarm, wrote to fashion tutor Ann Marie Kirkbride for help in making the costumes.
Over the sample period considered in this paper, Norway recorded the largest annual current account surplus in terms of GDP among advanced economies (16% in 2006) and Saudi Arabia among EMEs (29% in 2005).
It said by the second half of 2011, however, capital flows receded rapidly, eliminating much of the cumulated currency gains, and leaving EMEs grappling with sharply depreciating currencies in their wake.
At a young age Emes knew he wanted to acquire a formal education and the inspiration of his Kohkom, who spoke broken English, made it possible.
This feist and fight was fostered by his no-nonsense father, Ronald Emes, a Birmingham policeman and sporting dynamo who trained the British canoe team for four Olympic Games.
Relativamente a EME nao sao normalmente observadas diferencas de genero [22], embora haja alguns resultados discordantes, indicando melhor performance das meninas, mas apenas ate por volta dos 3 ou 4 anos de idade [23-25].
Speculations about link between seismic activity and electromagnetic emission (hereafter EME) can be traced back in the literature for decades.