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e·mo

 (ē′mō)
n.
Rock music characterized by confessional lyrics about emotional topics.

[Short for earlier emo-core : emo(tional) + (hard)core.]

emo

(ˈiːməʊ)
n
(Pop Music)
a. a type of music combining traditional hard rock with personal and emotional lyrics
b. (as modifier): emo bands.
[C20: short for emotional rock]

emo

A variant of punk music in which the lyrics are highly personal to the performer and address emotional issues.
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While utterly ridiculous, the video did spark the conversation among our veteran emo friends of the news team doing a follow-up piece - Emos: Where are they now?
The road show also provided an opportunity for first-hand interaction between potential bidders and representatives of schools, communities, development partners and district government officers, allowing them to gain further insight about Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP) schools under the EMO initiative.
USAID director for Sindh and Balochistan Michael Hryshchyshyn mentioned that his organisation was also providing comprehensive technical assistance to the Sindh government for implementation of the EMO policy reform, which has provided essential institutional, financial and management sustainability to the investments under SBEP.
This created many opportunities for him to work with renowned brands such as Groove Networks, King Kaka and Avril.In 2011, Emos felt compelled to get more involved in his community and home town, Nakuru.
However, on Tuesday, three more EMOs identified as Dr Zahid, Dr Farooq and Dr Imran also resigned.
EMOS features CMOS chip technology and contains integrated functions such as automatic white balance, photometric and geometric lens correction, mirror imaging, and the ability to rotate images 180 degrees.
"Emo" culture prevails among female college students in Saudi Arabia, according to a study by Princess Noura University and published in the American International Education Research Journal.
Moreover, Shawkat al Bayati, an Iraqi journalist from Baghdad who conducted an investigative report on the killings of emos, told The Kurdish Globe, "Most of the teenagers who were killed were suspected by extremists of being gay because of their feminine appearance.
To Iraqis, "Emo" is widely synonymous with "gay." John Drake, an Iraq specialist for the British-based AKE security consulting firm, said Iraqi Emos are getting their hair cut so they aren't immediately identified, and therefore targeted, in the wake of the new threats.
Her offense was simply to be a devoted follower of the angst-ridden punk-rock subculture known as "emo," in a former Soviet state where pressures to conform remain strong.
An exploratory study on the consumption behaviour of the emos in Belo Horizonte
Bowing to the financial crisis the organizers of this Fall's EMO Milano 2009 are offering all-inclusive pricing aimed at bringing small- to medium-sized exhibitors to the October 5-10 machine-tool show.