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informal A shortening of the pronoun "them." We've got to hit 'em where it hurts. Hot dogs, hot dogs! Get 'em while they're hot! A: "OK, I'm heading off for my recital." B: "Knock 'em dead, honey!"
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and emm (ɛm)
n. an empty liquor bottle. (see also knock someone’s block off.) Put your ems in the garbage, not on the floor.


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"EMM Science Week will shed light on the importance of the EMM to the Arab region, as it highlights the ability of the Arabs to contribute effectively to the enrichment of civilization and human knowledge," added AlShaibani.
When asked to describe the differences between MCC and EMM, without hesitation all the MCC volunteers pointed to EMM's church-planting work as the most significant difference.
emm type characterization of group A Streptococcus isolates from patients with scarlet fever, Gwangju, South Korea, 2008-2015.
This kind of large scale attack also highlights the need for manufacturers to consider security by design for such devices, rather as an afterthought,' Emm said.
EMM surveillance cannot be limited only to its characterization at the level of a country, because the true potential of the event would be underestimated.
The company continues to make strategic investments and expand beyond EMM capabilities for secure communication and seamless access to data and applications behind the firewall or in the cloud - across any mobile endpoint or platform.
For many years, the single bathroom in Emm's house had become a source of anxiety when the family visited, especially if Jesse's cousin Finn went in there first with his tablet.
Based on case reports and retrospective studies, the FDA issued a statement in April of this year discouraging the use of EMM for hysterectomy and myomectomy in women with uterine fibroids.
A multi-platform EMM offering with a user self-service portal for easy authentication and device management.
The ladies final saw Essex's Hedman and Linda Andrews from Belfast up against Tracy Martin and Val Emm.
Dave Emm, a senior research analyst at security firm Kaspersky said that Kapersky's data indicates that less than one fifth of its customers run Windows XP but more than a quarter of infections are Windows XP-based.
So to mitigate the risk, UCI manages its devices with AirWatch, an Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) tool.
* Firstly, we propose an ICT-based remote building EMM system to control and manage energy efficiency for a group of small or medium sized buildings and multi-purpose buildings.
Increase in the rate of invasive infections and related morbidity and mortality in the last few decades besides the presence of GAS strains in asypmtomatic carriers has gained attention to the virulence factors and have put forward the requirement to investigate the genetic characteristics of this microorganism including toxin gene profiles and emm types [1, 2].
David Emm, senior security researcher with Kaspersky Labs, says that despite all these good intentions, it is simply not enough: