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- n. Initialism of electrical discharge machining.
- n. Initialism of early day motion.
- n. Initialism of electronic document management.
- n. Initialism of electronic dance music.
- proper n. Abbreviation of Edmonton.
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I think this EDM is just another step along the road of making all politics a series of tedious bickering about who said what when between people in the media/political classes.
Sometimes referred to as EDM - electronic dance music.
That depends what you mean-they still cannot be mapped in the EDM, which is probably what you are referring to, but you can of course create POCOs that implement interfaces.
Remember the Bush administration's US National Math Panel (comprised of the US 'top math experts) number 1 recommendation to run as fast as you can away from programs that spiral and lack focus (aka EDM)?
The EDM is a good idea, but 50 signatures is just not good enough, what is wrong with the rest of the MPS??
In parallel, EMC was achieving some moderate success with a product known as EDM -- basically, a high-performance backup engine, integrated with storage.
Among the signatories of the EDM are the DUP MPs, Peter Robinson, Nigel Dodds, Gregory Campbell, William McCrea, Ian Paisley Snr, and David Simpson … and Ian Sample says
Tory MP Rob Wilson has put down an EDM which is bound to attract some publicity, and unlike those mentioned yesterday, it; s an entirely appropriate one.
Plus: Rochdale RAW report on that EDM which is now available for signing:
Katy Clark MP has put down an early day motion calling for a ban on kettling; those who want to defend our right to protest should pressure their MP to support the EDM and back the Right to Resist campaign.