ZEMA

AcronymDefinition
ZEMAZimbali Estate Management Association (South Africa)
ZEMAZombie Emergency Management Agency (fictional organization)
ZEMAZion Evangelical Ministries of Africa (Christian Mission to Africa, Headquarters Zion, IL)
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Assistant boss and heroic keeper Nathan Abbey - Zema's brother - said: "The difference was they took half their chances and we took none."
An investigation commissioned by ZEMA has now concluded that acid mists produced by the plant do indeed pose a serious health risk.
"It is like a big aquatic animal stretching out from the land into the sea and extends horizontally for one kilometre thanks to two long wide arms," News.com.au quoted Giancarlo Zema as saying.
National Grid US is using ZEMA to gain a centralized source of market data to integrate into various strategic decision making tools.
One was General Zein Gadir, the JOG's man in Sudan, a noted drunk." Thousands of dollars were sent to Gadir's son Zuhair, who was going to school in Mississippi; thousands more were sent to an account number in a London bank account on behalf of Zema Gadir -- a nonexistent daughter.
The Norwegian IT company Itera has expanded its operations within e-commerce through the acquisition of the e-commerce applications developer Zema AS.
Zema of Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, Patchogue, N.Y., said the noninvasive maneuver, which "does not expose the patient to ionizing radiation and can be completed in less than 30 seconds," should be adopted in routine office practice to diagnose CHF and perhaps to assess overall prognosis (Chest 116[4]:85152, 1999).
But, as Zema points out, when restored correctly without significant damage, the artwork's value will not change.
ZEMA, ZEs award-winning flagship software, is a comprehensive data management and business process automation software solution.
Target: Zema Petroleo, Zema Diesel and Zema Importacao
Zema Petroleo currently manages an extensive branded network of 280 dealer-operated service stations and several oil products and ethanol storage facilities, most of them located in the states of Minas Gerais, Goias and Mato Grosso.