Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. electromagnetic
  • abbr. Engineer of Mines
  • abbr. enlisted man

Etymologies

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Examples

  • So you can now search the IMDB Database from within EM!

    Search IMDB on EM! And Point Change

  • And suddenly he realized that the name EM was buried in the word MEXICO, same as TESSIE was buried in WEST SIDE, was in fact the first two letters of that word, reversed, and he began wondering how many of the other girls 'names in the WITCHES AND DRAGONS folder were buried in larger words, hiding there, so to speak, lurking there in the dark for somebody smart like Wiggy to find.

    Money, Money, Money

  • The money was reportedly taken to a person identified as EM, who has been referred to as Emir Moeis, to be distributed to party members.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • Elizabeth Mary - usually known as "EM" - was a woman of great joy.

    In a Godward direction

  • Invisibility was easy (give people powers that let them see through it; limit the character that they can only get certain EM wavelengths, etc), teleportation wasn’t too bad (in part because her ability to cover long distances was pretty limited), but the phasing was a killer.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Is teleportation overpowered?

  • On reflection, Panda acknowledges in the comments that this isn’t really what Nozick was trying to get at, though it does hint at a point worth making: While the EM is often compared to the Matrix, in many ways the Matrix (or one not run by malevolent AIs) is less objectionable than the EM.

    Happiness Redux

  • EM is the best, but I have an issue … … why hasn’t anything been done with the music part of this website since Aaliyah??? lots has happened … I need to know gossip!!!!!

    The music portion of Eclipse magazine!!!!

  • This connection between E and M is why they're called EM fields.

    I would like to know.

  • Lawyers for an asylum seeker, known as EM, will argue that although he passed through Italy on his way to the UK, he should not be sent back, as conditions there are a breach of his human rights.

    The Guardian World News

  • But even firms that dealt with only a part of the whole process would benefit by aligning with the standards, of which the EM was the first of a proposed set of reference models, she said.

    Comments from all Computer Weekly blogs

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