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EMThem (slang; usually written 'em)
EMElectronic Mail
EMEddie Murphy
EMElectromagnetic(s)
EMElectron Microscopy
EMEffective Microorganisms
EMElectron Microscope
EME-Mail Me
EMElectromechanical
EMExplanatory Memorandum (Australia and UK)
EMEnd of Medium (ITU-T)
EMElectron Micrograph
EMElectromotive (voltage as an electromotive force)
EMEconomics and Management
EMElectromigration
EMElectrician's Mate (US Navy rating)
EMEducation Manual
EMElectric Mirrors (automotive classifieds)
EMElectromagnetic Conductivity
EMEconomy and Management
EMError Monitor
EMEarl Marshall (British)
EMElectron Migration
EMEstimate-Maximize
EMEngineering Memorandum
EMEquivalent Men
EMEuroMARC (European Union trademark registration database)
emWidth of Capital m (unit of measurement)
EMEastern Megalopolis
EME-Box-M-CAT
EMDepartment of Electromechanics
EMErratus Monks (gaming)
EMEngineer(ing) Manual (USACE)
EMDepartment of Energy Office of Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management
EMEdgemoor & Manetta Railway
EMEnlisted Man/Men/Member
EMEtna and Montrose Railroad
EMExtensions Manager (Apple)
EMExtreme Makeover
EMEmergency Manager
EMEnabled Mail (Internet)
EMElliot Minor (band)
EMElectronic Media
EMEminem
EMEmoticon
EMElectronic Manual
EMExecution Management
EMEarly Minoan (time period)
EMEnvironment Monitor (SONET)
EMEvaluation Model
EMExecutive Minister
EMExtraintestinal Manifestation
EMElectronic Musician
EMEncyclopedia of Mormonism
EMEsclerosis Multiple (Spanish: Multiple Sclerosis)
EMEngineer of Mines (mining engineer)
EMExpectation Maximization (algorithm)
EMEnvironmental Mycobacteria
EMEmergency Management
EMExternal Modulation (Pirelli)
EMEnrollment Management (educational institutions)
EMEmergency Medicine
EMEmasculated Male
EMEnlisted Military
EMExxonMobil
EMexecutive manager (US DoD)
EMEnterprise Management
EMEnvironmental Management
EMEnvironmental Module
EMEnvironmental Monitor
EMEngineering Model
EMEuroMetaux (European Association of Non-Ferrous Metals)
EMExecution Monitor
EMExpanded Memory
EMExperimental Model
EMExpress Mail
EMEncephalomyelitis (inflammation of brain and spinal cord)
EMEnergetic Material
EMElectronic Marketplace
EMElectronic Module
EMElement Manager
EMEnd Matched
EMEnd of Medium
EMEnd-user Manual
EMEnergy Management
EMEngineering Manager
EMEnergia Metabolizável (French: Metabolizable Energy)
EMEnterprise Manager
EMEquipment Module
EMEmployment
EMEmerging Markets
EMEnlisted Marine (US DoD)
EMElement Management (Sprint)
EMElectronic Music
EMEngine Modification
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Maston, Engineer Murchison, and the delegates of the Gun Club, were already in their cabins.
Francis Clare departed for the north of England, at the age of seventeen, to start in life as a civil engineer.
Several weeks later, the first two cables for actual use were laid in Boston and Brooklyn; and in 1883 Engineer J.
This engineer, who by his evident importance first attracted the attention of D'Artagnan, wore a justaucorps, which, from its sumptuousness was scarcely in harmony with the work he was employed in, that rather necessitated the costume of a master-mason than of a noble.
The chief engineer only cleared his throat with the air of a man who knows the value of a good billet.
He gazed with wonder upon the fortifications which make this place the Gibraltar of the Indian Ocean, and the vast cisterns where the English engineers were still at work, two thousand years after the engineers of Solomon.
There's a meeting of British engineers, and I'm doing another bridge in Canada, you know.
President Barbicane and the members of the Gun Club warmly congratulated their engineer Murchison; the cyclopean work had been accomplished with extraordinary rapidity.
But one thing was certain: the electrical engineer was good-looking, fair and clean-shaven, with pleasant, regular features, and an honest face; he was tall and well-made.
Four thousand horse-power and forty-five miles an hour," the engineer repeated, grinning good-naturedly.
Full-jewelled, you see," says Captain Hodgson as the engineer shunts open the top of a cap.
A little farther along he came to a bridge across an imaginary stream, where a Civil Engineer (who had built the bridge) demanded something for interest on his investment, and it was forthcoming.
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