emove

emove

(ɪˈmuːv)
vb (tr)
to cause to feel emotion
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The Islamic Republic Sunday blocked access to Google's Gmail and the secure version of Google Search, ostensibly acting in punishment because YouTube, which is owned by Google, has refused to emove an anti-Islamic video that was posted a few weeks ago.
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Furthermore, in order to r emove undue bias due to the skill of the researcher, which a priori might favor some algorithms over others, we adhere to a strategy of minimally human expert tuned algorithms.
In the left frame is the IWS control hierarchy, consisting of Cell, WS, Task, Emove, Prim, and Servo, which are acronyms that correspond to the control levels specified above.
They included: (1) costs: being too expensive to close (dismantling the nuclear reactor at UMCP) or finding "cost-neutral" alternatives at UR; and (2) external political pressure not to r emove programs at UR and UMCP.
The College requires a faculty member to r emove himself or her from any supervisory, evaluative, advisory, o r other pedagogical role involving the student with whom he or sh e has had or currently has a sexual relationship.
Enhanced and flexible "one source" patient data management and reports retrieval, including the unique CardioCare([R]) eMove report download feature
Tenders are invited for Emove existing bollard lights and bases, in-ground hadco type lights, existing conduit/wiring, and install light poles around the outside edges of the jogging path.