EMMA


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EMMAÉmotions au Moyen Âge (French: Emotions in the Middle Ages)
EMMAElectron Microscopy and Microanalysis
EMMAEuropean Mobile Media Association
EMMAExtensible Multi Modal Annotation
EMMAElectronic Municipal Market Access (online investor resource)
EMMAEspoo Museum of Modern Art (Espoo, Finland)
EMMAÉnergie Mécanique et Matériaux (French: Energy Mechanics and Materials)
EMMAExtensible Multimodal Annotation Language
EMMAEmergency Managers Mutual Aid (California)
EMMAEnd-Member Mixing Analysis
EMMAEuropean Multimedia Award
EMMAExpert Missile Maintenance Aid
EMMAExplosives Munitions Manufacturing Area
EMMAElectrical and Magnetic Field Monitoring of the Aurora (Astrid-2 spacecraft)
EMMAEuropean Multi-service Meteorological Awareness (Eumetnet)
EMMAEnterprise Monitoring and Management of Accounts (US DoD)
EMMAEmergency Market Mapping Analysis (software toolkit)
EMMAEnhanced Multi-Media Architecture
EMMAEngineering Mockup and Manufacturing Assembly (US Navy)
EMMAEmbedded Multi-precision Multiplier Array (computer arithmetics)
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"Oh, Rebecca, don't let's say that!" interposed Emma Jane hysterically.
"It takes so little to make you feel like a fool, Emma Jane," rebuked Rebecca, "that sometimes I think that you must BE one I don't get to feeling like a fool so awfully easy; now leave out that eating part if you don't like it, and go on."
"No," grumbled Emma Jane; "infant is worse even than babe.
This conversation took place on a Friday afternoon at Emma Jane's house, where Rebecca, to her unbounded joy, was to stay over Sunday, her aunts having gone to Portland to the funeral of an old friend.
Any change in their condition in such a place inspired new fears; and when some hours had passed, and the gloom was still unbroken, Emma could no longer repress her alarm.
'Is it possible,' said Emma, with some indignation, 'that you who have seen these men committing the outrages you have told us of, and who have fallen into their hands, like us, can exult in their cruelties!'
'If the time has come--Heaven knows it may come at any moment--when they are bent on prosecuting the designs, whatever they may be, with which they have brought us here, can you still encourage, and take part with them?' demanded Emma.
What Emma Haredale and Dolly would have done, or how long Miss Miggs, now that she had hoisted her true colours, would have gone on waving them before their astonished senses, it is impossible to tell.
It was on the weddingday of this beloved friend that Emma first sat in mournful thought of any continuance.
It was true that her friend was going only half a mile from them; but Emma was aware that great must be the difference between a Mrs.
It was a melancholy change; and Emma could not but sigh over it, and wish for impossible things, till her father awoke, and made it necessary to be cheerful.
Emma spared no exertions to maintain this happier flow of ideas, and hoped, by the help of backgammon, to get her father tolerably through the evening, and be attacked by no regrets but her own.