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Which might explain why, psychologically, the emu can be a temperamental bird.
The paper thus has two main objectives: First, to present information regarding current and financial account imbalances between the EMU core and periphery, and between Asia and the U.
Mr Pruitt said a farmer who already had emus agreed to take the bird.
The Clarence Court emu eggs are laid by just six birds on a farm near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
Even though emus are tall, many resources say that emus do not require a lot of leg space, despite the more the merrier attitude of the emu.
At this point, the Kohl government could have insisted on completing the commodity money regime for EMU by adding procedures for government insolvencies and exits, or on abandoning EMU.
The New South Wales state roads authority said it was working on a plan to minimise the impact of a Pacific Highway upgrade on a small emu population on Australia's east coast.
The show eventually turned into Emu's All Live Pink Windmill Show, which ran until 1988, while Emu TV a year later also kept millions of kids howling over their evening snacks.
Emu Nickel is encouraged by the high tenor of the mineralisation intersected in the latest programme and is continuing to assess the results of the drilling and geophysical surveys in a search for thicker accumulations of these high grade nickel sulphides.
ABSTRACT--Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae) have been commercially farmed in the United States since the early 1980s, but the market for emu products has never been large.
The business was set to be replaced by Portland-based Laughing Planet Cafe, another eatery that also has a restaurant in the Whiteaker neighborhood, but negotiations stalled between the UO and Laughing Planet, which wanted to find a way for it and Holy Cow to operate within the EMU.
This is essentially 'Emu the early years' with a flapping fresh, young and brilliant blue Emu taking centre stage.
FEATHERED fiend Emu launched his comeback yesterday mischievously holding up a sign asking: "Where is Michael Parkinson?
There was the injured bobcat, the constant trickle of neglected horses and last week an emu made the shelter its home after being rescued from freeway traffic in Acton.
Since the new EU member states in the pre-accession period accepted the EMU as a part of the acquis communautaire, they are obliged to adopt the euro as soon as they fulfil the convergence criteria.