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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.

European Monetary System

A system established in 1979 whereby most member states of the European Economic Community linked their currencies to each other in anticipation of monetary integration. The first stage of the EMS was the European currency unit, then the ERM I, and, finally, the introduction of the euro and the ERM II. The European Monetary System also called for greater extension of credit between European countries. Among the methods the EMS used included the relative synchronization of national interest rates.
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EMS

see EUROPEAN MONETARY SYSTEM.
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Five years ago there were a large number of application programs that required access to expanded memory. Today, almost all software applications use extended memory, so the need for expanded memory is now relatively rare.
Programs like Lotus (Lotus Development Corp., Cambridge, Mass.) and WordPerfect (WordPerfect Corp., Orem, Utah) do not load into expanded memory but will use the extra memory for data files as needed.
The industry-standard specifications for exPAnded memory started with the Lotus-Intel-Microsoft Expanded Memory Specification (LIM-EMS), then the Enhanced Expanded Memory Specification (EEMS) endorsed by AST Research, Quadram, and Ashton-Tate.
Missing utility functions would be even more of a problem for a power user who used more sophisticated utilities or an operating environment like DESQview[TM] or an expanded memory manager.
Expanded memory uses protocol to page memory in and out of your 640K memory board, and is relatively clumsy.
Hardware: IBM PC, XT, AT, PS/2, and compatibles; LIM/EMS 3.2 or 4.0 expanded memory.
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With the launch of Redmi Note Prime, we are glad to provide our Mi Fans an opportunity to upgrade to an even more powerful smartphone with an expanded memory and dual-SIM capabilities.
An expanded memory version of the Lumia 1520, with 32 GB of internal memory, is expected to be offered at AT&T in the near future.
The logger is available immediately in a standard memory model (UX90-004) capable of 84,650 measurements and an expanded memory version (UX90-004M) capable of over 346,795 measurements.
The Micro800 controllers offer a wide range of plug-in modules for analogue/digital I/O, communications and expanded memory. Additionally, the new controller family offers simplified communication via point-to-point data exchange.
Like the ECN series the size range is from 5 to 950 tons, but the toggle clamp has been improved for "shockless" opening/closing and the new Injectvisor-V30 controller has touchscreen data entry and expanded memory to store data on up to 300 molds and 1000 shots.

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