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EMPIRE. This word signifies, first, authority or command; it is the power to command or govern those actions of men which would otherwise be free; secondly, the country under the government of an emperor but sometimes it is used to designate a country subject to kingly power, as the British empire. Wolff, Inst. Sec. 833.

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While the cloud offers a scalable platform for hosting applications such as EMPI, many organizations still have to rely on subject matter experts for not only cloud management but also to handle a variety of tasks associated with applications hosted within the cloud platform.
This variable is equal to one if the exchange rate component of EMPI accounts for at least 75% of the index when the index signals a crisis (when CS = 1).
Se pretende con ello contribuir al entendimiento de este mecanismo, de su potencial y limitaciones, con base en ani?1/2lisis legales, ti?1/2cnicos, informacii?1/2n empi?1/2rica y estudios de caso.
This acquisition takes place following EMPI's decision to divest its participating interest in the Abadi LNG Project.
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Create a statewide enterprise master person index (EMPI).
The EMPI helps reconcile continuity of care documents.
In the literature, following Sy (2004), Kraussel (2004) and Frenkel and Fendel (2004), an exchange market pressure index (EMPI) or an index of speculative market pressure is used to identify currency crises.
Innoncent Empi, of CLC Solicitors in London, which is now handling the case, said there is strong evidence that could lead to a fresh appeal.
This scoring approach is henceforth referred to as the entrepreneurial management practice index (EMPI).
For every writer in Italy such as Pius II who cared about subtle distinctions between Teucri and Turci, knew Homer, and sought to connect modern Turks with ancient Trojans; in short, for everyone for whom etymology and linguistic precision mattered, there was many a Tasso or Ariosto gleefully switching in mid-ottava from Saraceni, Turchi, empi pagani, or mori.
La voz narrativa lo expresa asi: "El negro sudaba y no podia sacarse de la memoria ni de los ojos al maldito empi. ?Como pudo no verlo?