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TO EMIT. To put out; to send forth,
     2. The tenth section of the first article of the constitution, contains various prohibitions, among which is the following: No state shall emit bills of credit. To emit bills of credit is to issue paper intended to circulate through the community for its ordinary purposes, as money, which paper is redeemable at a future day. 4 Pet. R. 410, 432; Story on Const. Sec. 1358. Vide Bills of credit.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In natural situations, verbal operants are not likely emitted separately.
The ratio of observed to emitted energy flux is derived from eq.
Estimated quantity of C[O.sub.2] emitted per year if 60 32 million
Like the changing pitch of a wailing ambulance as it moves past an observer, X rays emitted by the approaching material are shifted to shorter, or bluer, wavelengths, while those from the receding material get shifted to longer, or redder, wavelengths.
There are home tests available for anyone who wants to know exactly what toxins are being emitted and where.
where E, [E.sub.v] are the total energies of emitted leptons, and A and B are the usual decay asymmetry parameters arising from parity violation for the charged lepton and the neutrino, respectively.
The film itself must be designed so that it is precisely sensitized to the light emitted by the chosen phosphorous material.
They said the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), in the first government survey of its kind, found that an average of 78.4 kilograms of CO2 is emitted from 28 liters of gasoline, including the amount emitted in the process of drilling for the fuel.
But even with the increased fluorescence, relatively little light is emitted when the individual molecules pass through the laser beam.
The technology, called NECSEL (Novalux Extended Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers) creates a higher-power beam that is emitted in circular form from the surface of the chip, making it easier and cheaper to focus the beam without the added technical complexity of edge-emitting diode chips.
Blue laser light with a wavelength of 399 nanometers is emitted from the upper surface when light strikes the bottom of the chip.
The device absorbs heat emitted by objects on the road.