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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emit.

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Examples

  • Just don't expect the same quality as from business-class projectors, which sell for $500 and up and are measured by the amount of lumens, or light that emits from the unit.

    Shopping Guide: Digital cameras with extra features

  • This makes perfect sense given that the brain emits the neurotransmitter dopamine during positive shopping experiences, which includes special deals.

    Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright: Shopping For Sexual Arousal

  • But there you have it, the first, undiluted stuff that emits from a pregnancy-induced fog.

    I Am The Cheese | Her Bad Mother

  • Just as a personal computer emits a characteristic sound whenever its central processing unit is transferring information to or from or the hard drive, the human brain emits a characteristic electrical brain wave response, known as a P300 and a MERMER (memory and encoding related multifaceted electroencephalographic response), whenever the subject responds to a known stimulus.

    Brain Fingerprinting - Ruled Admissable

  • The porch light is off, and a dim pink glow emits from the doorbell.

    Between Here and the Yellow Sea

  • The porch light is off, and a dim pink glow emits from the doorbell.

    Between Here and the Yellow Sea

  • The tag emits small signals which are picked up by the network of Ubisense sensors located around the depot.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • There's nothing more important to a great PC that the sound it emits, which is exactly why a killer wireless headset rests at the top of our must-have list.

    Gizmodo

  • There's nothing more important to a great PC that the sound it emits, which is exactly why a killer wireless headset rests at the top of our must-have list.

    Gizmodo

  • Each of the atoms that make up the crystal are vibrating at different frequencies and each "emits" random frequencies that then propagate through the medium, mix with each other, absorb variously into other atoms depending on the current state of the atom on which it is incident, etc.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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