Ems

[Eder] Ems is a river of Hesse, Germany. ...
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EMS

See Energy Management System
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EMS

Emergency Medical Services, details ...
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EMS

Electronic Mail System + Electronic Message Service + Energy Management System + Enhanced Messaging Service + Expanded Memory Specification [LIM]
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EMS

Enhanced Messaging Service. An extension of GSM SMS to support audio/music, simple graphics and pictures. Uses the SMS UDH (user data header) and SMS concatenation. EMS is a standardised way of delivering the logo and ring-tone download capabilities long-supported by Nokia (the Nokia proprietary technology is called Smart Messaging). More about EMS
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EMS

Abbreviation for European Monetary System. ...
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EmS

Emergency Schedules (for fire or spillages, found in the IMDG code)
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EMS

Environmental management system
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EMS

Établissements Médico-Sociaux
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EMS

Electronic Meeting System. A generic term associated with groupware products. It enables people to conduct meetings electronically. The fact that attendees can contribute anonymously is seen as a bonus.
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EMS

European Monetary System -- founded in 1979, its purpose was to reduce currency fluctuations, and evolved toward offering a common currency. Contexts: organizations; money
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EMS

See: European Monetary System
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EMS

European Monetary System
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EMS

The "Enhanced Message Service" is a new and improved format of Short Message Service (SMS) pushed by Alcatel, Ericsson, Motorola and Siemens.
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Ems

Ems, river, 208 mi (335 km) long, rising in the Teutoburger Wald, NW Germany, and flowing NW into the North Sea near Emden. Its wide mouth is called the Dollart. The Ems is paralleled for much of its course by the Dortmund-Ems Canal. The Emsland. is a swampy region between the lower course of the Em...
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Ems

Ems or Bad Ems (bät ems) , town (1994 pop. 10,130), Rhineland-Palatinate, W Germany, on the Lahn River. Chartered in 1324 as an important lead and silver mining center, it has been one of Europe's most famous spas since the late 17th cent. It was the site of the Congress of Ems (1786), which ac...
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EMS

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome; emergency medical services system.
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EMS

(economics) Abbreviation for European Monetary System
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EMS

European Monetary System. A forerunner of EMU, it was aimed at improving monetary stability.
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EMS

Emergency Medical Service
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Ems

[ship] The Ems was a 1,829 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of {convert|270.7|ft|m}, breadth of {convert|39|ft|m} and depth of {convert|22.5|ft|m}. She was built by Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow for the Nourse Line, and named after the Ems River in north west Germany, and launched on 6 April 1893. She was primarily used for the tra
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EMS

[pharmaceuticals] EMS is the biggest domestic pharmaceutical company in Brazil,. Founded in the mid-1950s, the company has two industrial plants based in São Bernardo do Campo and Hortolândia, in the state of São Paulo. EMS operates through five divisions: Today the company has a presence in over 30 countries through joint-ventures and s
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Ems

[river] The Ems (Ems; Eems) is a river in northwestern Germany. It runs through the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony, and discharges into the Dollart Bay which is part of the Wadden Sea. Its total length is 371 km. The state border between the Lower Saxon area of East Friesland (Germany) and the province of Groningen (Nethe
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EMS

Emergency medical service(s).
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EMS

abbreviation for emergency medical services. The term EMS is used in the American Heart Association protocols for BLS and ACLS
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