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ge·mot

also ge·mote  (gə-mōt′)
n.
A public meeting or local judicial assembly in Anglo-Saxon England.

[Old English gemōt : ge-, collective pref.; see kom in Indo-European roots + mōt, assembly.]
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gemot

(ɡɪˈməʊt) or

gemote

n
(Historical Terms) (in Anglo-Saxon England) a legal or administrative assembly of a community, such as a shire or hundred
[Old English gemōt moot]
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ge•mot

or ge•mote

(gəˈmoʊt)

n.
(in Anglo-Saxon England) a legislative or judicial assembly.
[Old English gemōt=ge- collective prefix + mōt meeting; see moot]
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Gemot Hein, director of communications and public affairs at ZF Friedrichshafen, said: "The number and quality of professional conversations were very high." And Riccardo Magni, the president of Magni Telescopic Handlers, had an explanation for the trade fair's tremendous performance: "The experienced and professional visitors and the careful organization were the foundation of bauma's success."
The atmospheric resonance I have in mind differs from the sort of atmospheric reproduction theorized by Gemot Bohme:
The new Minister of Arts and Culture, Gemot Bliimel, is luckily not from the more intolerant Freedom Party, but he has little arts or cultural experience.
But trust is, increasingly, a problematic proposition." Evaporating trust means that companies sometimes have little choice but to communicate where they sit on various issues, make bold moral actions, and take clear political stances when necessary," noted Carli Gemot, manager of trends, North America at Mintel."Product innovation that meets the changing needs of apprehensive consumers can build or redeem trust, including adding more information to packaging or incorporating livestreams of production methods.
Looking ahead to 2018, Stacy Bingle, consumer trends consultant at Mintel, and Carli Gemot, Mintel's manager of trends for North America, also highlight the major consumer trends predicted to play out in North America in the coming months and years.
According to a recent study by Jonas Meckling and Gemot Wagner, at least 132 countries and subnational jurisdictions installed either a feed-in tariff or a renewable portfolio standard for their power sector by 2014.
By 2015, Gemot Wagner, at the time the top economist at the Environmental Defense Fund, a long-time efficiency champion, had acknowledged that rebound effects probably ranged from 20% to 60%, a level that he judged to be encouraging insofar as it seemed likely, to him at least, that 50% or more of the engineering-based estimates of energy savings due to efficiency improvements might ultimately be realized.
"People are getting more savvy about how chronic stress can lead to chronic ill health," said Carli Gemot, manager of trends, North America at Mintel.
GEMOT A South African antelope B Smooth worsted yarn C Meeting or assembly who am I?
Richard Taft (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997); Harmut Bohme and Gemot Bohme, Das Andere der Vemunft: Zur Entwicklung von Rationalitatsstruckturen am Beispiel Kants (Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1996); and William Desmond, "Kant and the Terror of Genius: Between Enlightenment and Romanticism," in Kants Aesthetik, ed.
Gemot Beckert, GM, EMEA region, says, "This new technology will allow us to offer our customers more specialized products, which are optimally designed for their specific applications.