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EM

Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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9%) isolates with MUT 1 band (with or without the WT band), indicating mutation at codon S315T1 (Table 2).
x], the distance and angle of the line source to the MUT are represented by r and [[theta].
The table 1 presents the average values of the relative complex permittivity of the MUT <[[epsilon].
Ofrendas que da el Rey a Amon-Ra, Senor de los Tronos de las Dos Tierras; a Mut, Senora de Isheru; a Khonsu de Tebas, el Bueno y Pacifico; a Toth el que (esta) en Hermopolis; a Anubis; a Maat, hija de Ra, para que ellos den vida, prosperidad y salud (y que) mi nombre permanezca en su boca y su casa, para el ka de [.
The transverse magnetic field in the MUT region of Figure 1 is found by replacing the waveguide probe apertures with equivalent magnetic surface currents [M.
The MUT is an interesting structural composite of skeletal steel, beefy oversized pivots, and a dash of plastic for weight savings.
The Leatherman MUT is a multi-tool that functions as both a tactical and practical tool.
Formed as the Merseyside Left Theatre in spring 1937, becoming MUT in 1944, it aimed to contribute to the struggle against fascism while supporting Spanish democracy and socialism.
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Supreme Court declined to review this still substantial award, notwithstanding that the Court recently scrutinized the size of awards of punitive damages in State Farm Mut.
This paper provides a detailed uncertainty analysis and traceability for the calibration of a MUT at the CEESI Iowa facility.
John McManus traveled to Zurich, Switzerland, in November 2001 to speak at a conference arranged by the group Mut zur Ethik ("Courage to Take a Moral Stand"), His speech, "The Plan to Have the UN Rule," has been published in the February is, 2002 issue of Vital Speeches, available in many of the nation's libraries.