Eman


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Eman

 

a rarely used subsidiary unit measuring the specific activity of radioactive isotopes in gases or liquids, such as mineral water. One eman is equal to 10–10 curies per liter—that is, 3,700 disintegrations per second per cubic meter, or 3,700 becquerels/m3.

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As Eman explains it, this fusion was at the heart of what she had envisioned.
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Earlier, Shalimar police produced the accused Abdul Rehman before Judicial Magistrate Murziha Ali and submitted that the accused killed his 9-year-old sister, Eman Tanvir, on June 30 in Shalimar area.
ANI : Abu Dhabi: Eman Ahmed, an Egyptian woman who recently underwent weight-loss surgery in India, has fed herself for the first time in 25 years at a hospital in Abu Dhabi where she is admitted.
Eman Ahmed was 78 stone when she was flown from her home in Egypt on a modified cargo plane to have weight loss surgery in Mumbai, India, in February.
Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, who previously weighed more than 1,100 pounds, was flown to Mumbai last month from her home in Egypt, which she had not previously left for the past 25 years.
The children - Eman, aged 10, Mohammed, eight, and Ahmed, five - all sustained injuries.
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