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Ems

 (ĕmz, ĕms)
A river of northwest Germany flowing about 370 km (230 mi) to the North Sea at the Netherlands border.

EMS

abbr.
1. electrical muscle stimulation
2. Emergency Medical Service
3. European Monetary System

Ems

(ɛmz) or

Bad Ems

n
1. (Placename) a town in W Germany, in the Rhineland-Palatinate: famous for the Ems Telegram (1870), Bismarck's dispatch that led to the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War. Pop: 9666 (2003 est)
2. (Placename) a river in W Germany, rising in the Teutoburger Wald and flowing generally north to the North Sea. Length: about 370 km (230 miles)

EMS

abbreviation for
1. (Economics) European Monetary System
2. (Computer Science) enhanced messaging service: a system used for sending text messages containing special text formatting, animations, etc, to and from mobile phones

EMS

emergency medical service.
Translations

EMS

N ABBR =European Monetary SystemSME m

EMS

[ˌiːɛmˈɛs] n abbr (=European Monetary System) → SME m

EMS

abbr of European Monetary SystemEWS nt

EMS

[ˌiːɛmˈɛs] n abbr =European Monetary SystemS.M.E. m =Sistema Monetario Europeo
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My day began about seven o'clock, in the printing-office, where it took me till noon to do my task of so many thousand ems, say four or five.
There were jaunty young Cambridge-men travelling with their tutor, and going for a reading excursion to Nonnenwerth or Konigswinter; there were Irish gentlemen, with the most dashing whiskers and jewellery, talking about horses incessantly, and prodigiously polite to the young ladies on board, whom, on the contrary, the Cambridge lads and their pale-faced tutor avoided with maiden coyness; there were old Pall Mall loungers bound for Ems and Wiesbaden and a course of waters to clear off the dinners of the season, and a little roulette and trente-et-quarante to keep the excitement going; there was old Methuselah, who had married his young wife, with Captain Papillon of the Guards holding her parasol and guide-books; there was young May who was carrying off his bride on a pleasure tour (Mrs.
Likewise, there was no evidence that (1) W expended any time and/or effort in carrying on the business, (2) the EMS was expected to appreciate in value or (3) LP had any success in similar energy-saving ventures or had ever earned a profit from an EMS-related activity.
Even before the SARS emergency was declared in Ontario, Toronto EMS was aware of a serious respiratory disease in the community.
Today, thousands of Weyerhaeuser employees--from foresters to millwrights, engineers, and managers--implement the EMS standard at their individual business units.
National EMS Management Association Executive of the Year sponsored by Nasco: Ernesto "Ernie" Rodriguez, Austin-Travis County (TX) EMS
This research service titled EMS Provider Opportunities in the North American Automotive Industry provides an overview of EMS opportunities within the automotive industry along with revenue forecasts, analysis of key drivers and restraints, impacts of major industry challenges, competitive analysis, as well as various trends affecting growth opportunities.
As a member of the VDT Alliances Program, BCG will include an interface to VDT's EMS information system in its latest release of WebEOC-ST under a joint co-marketing program developed to meet the current need for supplying real-time EMS data to Emergency Management Agency's (EMA).
The research also discusses various trends within the EMS penetration in North American market as compared to the world A&D industry.
iBASEt's President, Vic Sial, stated, "We are pleased to have added EMS to our growing customer base.
5 million in cash for EMS Wireless, a major designer and manufacturer of base station antennas and repeaters for cellular networks in North America.