EREM

AcronymDefinition
EREMEquipment Reduction Evaluation and Management
EREMEquipment Reduction, Evaluation, and Management
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But these days, if you don't defend yourself, then they publicly humiliate you," Marwan told Erem news.
The KF method has been known to estimates the true moisture contents of samples (Thiex and Van Erem, 1999), and has been used as a reference method to evaluate other methods of measuring moisture (Isengard et al.
The hidden children" is how Clinical Professor Paolo Annino refers to these "medically fragile" children, tucked into pediatric wings of Florida nursing homes designed for geriatric patients, like the grandmother Van Erem used to visit when she was a girl.
A hero and friend to world leaders, Shimon Erem played a crucial role in the founding and survival of the State of Israel, commanding troops in Israel's War of Independence, the Sinai crisis, Six Day War and Yom Kippur War.
In the next chapter by co-editor Durrenberger and Erem, the election process of a Teamster local was studied from the 'inside'.
Erem Demircan, Vice President of Marketing-Sales for Beko Elektronik.
The report also noted that complaints filed by journalists Ahmet E[currency]yk, Onur Erem and Ender ErgE-n, who claimed they were victims of police violence while covering the Gezi protests, have all been dismissed by prosecutors.
Author(s): Ege Can Serefoglu, MD, Serkan Altinova, MD, Nevzat Serdar Ugras, MD, Egemen Akincioglu, MD, Erem Asil, MD, M.
Bilal Gunaydin (1), Asif Yildirim (1), Ebru Zemheri (2), Seyma Ozkanli (2), Serhat Cocer(1), Sarp Korcan Keskin(1), Erem Kaan Basok(1)
This is the biggest boat and yacht fair in Turkey, and the second in the world," CNR Holding's Executive Board President Ceyda Erem said.