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Emmet

Robert. 1778--1803, Irish nationalist, executed for leading an uprising for Irish independence
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Emmet observed how electric equipment failed, and began to study the limited amount of useful information published on the subject of electricity.
Emmet is press-ganged into leading the perilous quest.
Emmet is press-ganged into leading the perilous quest to defeat Lord Business aided by a rogue's gallery of mini-figures.
The publication was designed and edited by Beth Anne Eckerle, Emmet County's director of Communications, and will be published annually through 2017.
This is found in Emmet he is the embodiment of a generic piece of Lego lost among millions of others that look just like him.
Desperate to fit in, Emmet follows the dictates laid down by President Business (Will Ferrell), who is actually - shock, gasp
Unfortunately, Emmet is a reluctant hero, but not because he's shy.
Emmet recently assumed his role, replacing Apoorva Shah who decided to leave the bank to pursue other career opportunities, a statement from the bank said.
Standard Chartered (LON: STAN) has announced the appointment of Tom Emmet to lead its Mergers and Acquisitions business in the Middle East and North Africa regions.
33-1 Owner Martin Lynch Trainer Willie Mullins Jockey Emmet Mullins Groom John Codd Breeder Robert McCarthy Distances 21/2l, 43/4l, 11/4l, hd Abbey LANE came through the mud to land the boylesports.
AFTER COURAGEOUSLY battling kidney disease and blood cancer, Emmet Larkin died on March 19, 2012, at age eighty-four.
Join Hyacinth Bucket - pronounced 'bouquet' - and her dysfunctional family, sisters Rose and Daisy, brother-in-law Onslow, and neighbours Elizabeth and Emmet, in this new play by creator Roy Clarke.