EMRI

AcronymDefinition
EMRIEmergency Management and Research Institute (India)
EMRIEcosystem Management Research Institute (Seeley Lake, MT, USA)
EMRIExtreme Mass Ratio Inspirals
EMRIEmerging Markets Risk Indicator
EMRIEmergency Medicine Risk Initiative
EMRIExtended Masculine Role Inventory
EMRIElectronic Medical Records Interchange
EMRIEastern Mojave Resource Inventory
EMRIElectronic and Marine Research Industries (Denmark)
EMRIError Management Risk Index (Bergendahl Institute, LLC)
EMRIElevator Machine Room Intercom
EMRIelectron magnetic resonance imaging
EMRIEastern Massachusetts - Rhode Island
EMRIEnergy Music Radio International
EMRIElectrical Motor Repair Institute (Arnhem, Netherlands)
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What the government of India achieved in partnership with EMRI is nothing short of groundbreaking.
The technicians then took the baby out of the vehicle through a window," Shibu Kumar, a representative for GVK EMRI, said according to Indian newspaper the (https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/infant-dies-in-locked-ambulance-in-raipur-parent-stopped-from-breaking-windows-of-govt-property/story-3ybRGqTWTkmZSPVNGmLrgP.html) Hindustan Times.
Erzsebet Orosz, (1) Karoly Antal, (2) Zoltan Gazdag, (3) Zsuzsa Szabo, (1) Kap-Hoon Han, (4) Jae-Hyuk Yu, (5) Istvan Pocsi, (1) and Tamas Emri (1)
With much of the data now in storage (approximately 300 composers and counting), the EMRI has entered the phase of moving the data to the digital space and designing the interface of the online searchable database, working closely with the Institute's collaborators in Computer Science and Art Media Design.
An organization like GVK EMRI, which is into a socially oriented service, it is imperative to address and resolve grievances well in time so that the employees' attention remains focused on live saving.
The improved continence outcomes of longer membranous urethral lengths on preoperative endorectal MRI (eMRI) have been showed by some investigators.
Raju's former colleague at Emergency Management and Research Institute ( EMRI), Venkat Changavalli is one who remembers only the philanthropic side of the former IT honcho.
In Turkey, epidemiological studies in different regions have been conducted on cancers that are a consequence of environmental impacts (Baris et al., 1987; Emri et al., 2002; Kadir et al., 2008; Taskin, Karavus, Topuzoglu, Hidiroglu, & Karahan, 2009; Tokmak, Capar, Dilek, & Yetis, 2004; Turkdogan, Kilicel, Kara, Tuncer, & Uygan, 2003).
(OTC: EMRI) said its overall net sales in the 2014 second quarter increased 13 percent to USD9.1m from USD8.1m in the 2013 second quarter and rose approximately 18 percent from USD7.8m in the first quarter of this year.