EDMEErgothérapie de la Maison à l'Ecole (French: Occupational Therapy from Home to School)
EDMEExperiment Design Made Easy
EDMEElectronic Distance Measuring Equipment
EDMEEnhanced Delta Modulation Encoders
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Edme is from a large family from the Haitian island of La Gonave, just off the coast of Grande Goave, and many of his relatives work in the mission.
Edme, a producer of liquid malt extracts for over 100 years, is still at the forefront of this technology.
Gengel has formed a partnership with the Edmes' Mission of Hope International to build the orphanage.
Sobaszek A, Boulenguez C, Frimat P, Robin H, Haguenoer JM, Edme JL.
After the Great War, when Vaux-le-Vicomte served as a military hospital, Sommier's son, Edme, completed the restoration of the gardens by employing Achille Duchene to lay out the intricate pattern of broderie in the parterres.
Just as Sevres copied Meissen, so many, many lesser factories copied Sevres, notably the firm founded by Edme Samson (1810-1891).