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EMPRESSEnergy Management and Performance Related Energy Savings Scheme (UN Environment Programme)
EMPRESSEnvironmental Pulse Radiation Environment Simulator for Ships
EMPRESSElectromagnetic Performance Evaluation System
EMPRESSEmbedded Premise Switch System
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If Queen Elizabeth wants to proclaim herself as an empress, there is no particular rule or law that can prevent her from proclaiming so.
He said that the historical building of Empress Market adds to the beauty of the city, therefore, its restoration required care.
The KMC says it has a plan for Empress Market, at least.
In return, the Empress presented the First Lady with an ornamental Japanese box with a traditional Japanese design.
However, it is highly likely that the plan to crown the monarch as the Empress of Great Britain would fall at the first hurdle when the members of the parliament get a chance to cast their vote.
More than a year later, on Saturday March 6, 1954, salvage crews were ready to bring the Empress back on an even keel.
When the court order first came in October after which action on the Empress Market was taken, it was the local government that was required to implement it.
On the occasion, the meeting has also presented a proposed map for restoration of Empress Market.
Still, acting remains to be a big part of Empress' life.
Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar while speaking to media outside Empress Market on Sunday, said that KMC will restore Karachi to its natural and historical beauty.
Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar while speaking to media outside the Empress Market on Sunday said that KMC will restore Karachi to its natural and historical beauty.
Northumbria Police swooped on four venues on Monday night, ordering House of Smith, Madame Koo, Floritas and Empress to immediately shut, due to concerns that drugs were being dealt inside or near the venues.
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