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emit

something (from something) (into something) to discharge something from something into something else. The snake emitted poison from its fangs into the cup the man held. It emitted venom into the cup from its fangs.
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The "Scorpion" was lying well away from other craft, her four squat funnels emitting faint wreaths of smoke.
How many other kinds of petty merchandise were there, it would be difficult to say; but balls of packthread, ropes of onions, pounds of candles, cabbage-nets, and brushes, hung in bunches from the ceiling, like extraordinary fruit; while various odd canisters emitting aromatic smells, established the veracity of the inscription over the outer door, which informed the public that the keeper of this little shop was a licensed dealer in tea, coffee, tobacco, pepper, and snuff.
He had recovered from his surprise and sprung forward, emitting a squeal that was almost a trumpeting.
Once the jews' harp began emitting its barbaric rhythms, Michael was helpless.
And even he could not repress a start and an involuntary bristling of hair along his back when she suddenly leaped, without warning, straight up in the air, at the same time emitting a long and most terrible squall.
staggered back after emitting it, as a cannon recoils from its own thunder, and then dropped into his chair, as if he had been "knocked in the head" like a beef--his eyes drawn sidewise toward the wall, with a stare of terror.
Des Lupeaulx trembled when he saw those sinister faces, emitting a simultaneous look as direct as a pistol shot and as brilliant as the flash itself.
A defacin' me walls," cried Patsy, at the same time emitting a string of vivid and vile, rather than virile, epithets of opprobrium.
Taug was eyeing the warrior and emitting low growls.
And on this dazzling sheet, spread under the blackness of the clouds and emitting a bluish glow, Captain MacWhirr could catch a desolate glimpse of a few tiny specks black as ebony, the tops of the hatches, the battened companions, the heads of the covered winches, the foot of a mast.
US Patent 8,815,414 (August 26, 2014), "Polymer Compound and Polymer Light Emitting Device using the Same," Shigeya Kobayashi, and Hidenobu Kakimoto (Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited, Tokyo, Japan).
The rationale is that the observed fluxes of astronomical objects with respect to the emitting body are being reduced by the effect of redshift.
The company has revised the molecular structure of the material to achieve a luminance efficiency of 9cd/A, 30% higher than the company's existing material, and a brightness half-life of 23,000 hours (a threshold luminance of 1,000cd/m2), 130% longer, in emitting blue light which most affects the display's power consumption and life.
If these plants have not made changes that increase the amount of air pollution they emit, or are not emitting any new pollutants, they do not have to satisfy the requirements.
Toshiba Corporation has developed the world's first prototype of a full-color polymer organic light emitting display (OLED), a 2.