EMU

electromagnetic unit

Emu

A person who picks up discarded betting tickets on a racecourse, hoping that some will be of value. The person strikes a similar pose to Australia
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Emu

The emu (juː, sometimes uː; Dromaius novaehollandiae) is the largest bird native to Australia and the only extant member of the genus Dromaius. It is the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. There are three subspecies of emus in Australia. The emu is common over most of mainland Australia, al...
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emu

[n] - large Australian flightless bird similar to the ostrich but smaller
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Emu

• (n.) A large Australian bird, of two species (Dromaius Novae-Hollandiae and D. irroratus), related to the cassowary and the ostrich. The emu runs swiftly, but is unable to fly.
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emu

<zoology> A large Australian bird, of two species (Dromaius Novae-Hollandiae and D. Irroratus), related to the cassowary and the ostrich. The emu runs swiftly, but is unable to fly. ... Alternative forms: emeu and emew. ... The name is sometimes erroneously applied, by the Brazilians, to the rhea, or South American ostrich. Emu wren. ... Orig...
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emu

Dromaius novaehollandiae noun large Australian flightless bird similar to the ostrich but smaller
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Emu

[beer] Emu is a beer label owned by Lion Nathan. Originally brewed by the Emu Brewery in 1908, following the sale of the Emu Brewery to the Swan Brewery in 1927, production of Emu beer continued from a separate autonomous brewery in Perth until 1978 when it was relocated to a combined brewery in Canning Vale. In 2014 Lion Nathan moved produ...
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Emu

[puppet] Emu is a puppet emu given to British entertainer Rod Hull in the 1960s while he was presenting a children`s breakfast television programme in Australia. Hull adopted the mute puppet for his cabaret act, and took it with him to the United Kingdom when he returned in 1970. The character was given a mischievous and sometimes aggressiv...
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Emu

[ship] Emu was a 220 ton merchant ship and convict ship that transported convicts to Australia. She was captured by an American privateer in 1812. Under the command of Lieutenant Alexander Bisset, Emu left England in October 1812 with 49 female convicts. While en route to Hobart Town, she was captured on 30 November 1812 in the Atlantic by ...
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emu

Click images to enlargeFlightless bird Dromaius novaehollandiae, family Dromaiidae, order Casuariidae, native to Australia. It stands about 1.8 m/6 ft high and has coarse brown plumage, small rudimentary wings, short feathers on the head and neck, and powerful legs, which are well adapted for runnin...
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Emu

E'mu noun [ Confer Portuguese ema ostrich, French émou , émeu , emu.] (Zoology) A large Australian bird, of two species ( Dromaius Novæ-Hollandiæ and D. irroratus ), related to the cassowary and the ostrich. The emu runs swiftly, but is unable to fly. [ Wri...
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emu

a CGS unit of magnetic dipole moment equal to 4pi micro-oersteds (1.256 637 x 10-5 Oe). In SI units, one emu equals 0.001 A•m2.
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Emu

A person who picks up discarded betting tickets on a racecourse, hoping that some will be of value. The person strikes a similar pose to Australia’s largest native bird when feeding.
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EMU

Abbreviation for Economic and Monetary Union, the proposed European Union (EU) policy f...
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EMU

Abbreviation for Economic and Monetary Union, the common monetary system for the European Union (EU) including the European Central Bank (ECB) and the single currency (the euro)
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EMU

Early morning urine sample (being the most concentrated, generally used for pregnancy testing)
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emu

Early morning urine.
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EMU

Economic and Monetary Union
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EMU

Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union
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EMU

Economic and Monetary Union. A process by which the majority of countries of the European Union link their economies and unify the currencies.
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emu

electric multiple unit
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EMU

Electric Multiple Unit - the generic term for an electrically powered suburban or metro train where a separate locomotive is not required because the traction drive and control system is contained under various cars in the train. See also multiple unit.
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EMU

Electric Multiple Unit, a train with electric traction equipment under the floor.
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Emu

Emu is a range of Australian beers brewed by Swan, that take their name from a Perth brewery taken over by Swan in 1928. The range includes four lagers, Emu Pilsner, Emu Export, a hoppier Emu Bitter and the darker, more malty Emu Draft.
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