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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While this look is definitely not for the faint hearted, we have to admire Eman's willingness to experiment with new styles.
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Eman hopes this MoU will spur the rapid development of West Java.
Eman: We are forever indebted to our friend who bought us shots and encouraged us to kiss for his generosity and foresight.
"Cinepolis is amazing and I'm proud to be a part of the team," said Eman, 36, a mother-of-three who lives in Isa Town.
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Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB), the leading provider of Sharia compliant integrated financial solutions, has announced the appointment of Eman Ali Abdulla Ebrahim as the Head of the Bank's Central Operations department, making her the first Bahraini female to occupy this role since BisB was first established.