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UEMUniversidad Europea de Madrid (Spanish: European University of Madrid; Spain)
UEMUniversidade Estadual de Maringa (State University of Maringa, Brazil)
UEMUser Environment Management
UEMUnion Economique et Monétaire (French: Economic and Monetary Union)
UEMUniversidade Eduardo Mondlane (Maputo, Mozambique)
UEMUpper Electronic Module
UEMUnited Evangelical Mission
UEMUnione Economica e Monetaria (Italian: Economic and Monetary Union)
UEMUnião Económica e Monetária (Portugal)
UEMUnited Engineers (Malaysia) Berhad
UEMUnion Européenne de Motocyclisme (European Motorcycle Union)
UEMUsine d'Électricité de Metz (French: Power Plant of Metz; Metz, France)
UEMUser Experience Management (various companies)
UEMUrban Environment Management
UEMUsability Engineering Method
UEMUniversal Energy Management (cellular phones)
UEMUsine Electrique Municipale (French: Municipal Electric Plant)
UEMUnified Electromagnetic (DTRA Nuclear Technology Modeling & Simulation)
UEMUnified Enterprise Ministry
UEMUse Estimating Model
UEMUtilities & Energy Manager (US government)
UEMUnion of Employers of Macedonia
UEMUnité d'Expertise en Radioprotection Médicale (French: Unit of Expertise in Medical Radiation Protection)
UEMUpper Echelon Muscle (car club; Alabama)
UEMUnité Électro-Magnétique (French: Electro-Magnetic Unit)
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Within the governing bodies of the United Evangelical Mission (UEM), a communion of 36 churches in three continents, (1) this observation has led to intense discussions about the relationship of evangelism to popular culture.
(1) The United Evangelical Mission has Lutheran, Reformed, United, Baptist, Methodist, Anglican and Disciple member churches in six African, four Asian and one European country.
We are grateful to the United Evangelical Mission and to Dr Wilson B.
the CEVAA -- Community of Churches in Mission (Montpellier), the Council for World Mission (CWM, London) and the United Evangelical Mission (UEM, Wuppertal).
The UEM is a new organization that grew out of the former United Evangelical Mission (VEM).
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