''Emma'', by Jane Austen, is a novel about youthful hubris and the perils of misconstrued romance. The novel was first published in December 1815. As in her other novels, Austen explores the concerns and difficulties of genteel women living in Georgian- Regency England; she also creates a lively comedy of manners among her characters.
''Emma'' is a 1932 American comedy-drama film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and starring Marie Dressler and directed by Clarence Brown.
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''Emma'', エマ, Ema is a historical romance manga by Kaoru Mori. It was published by Enterbrain in the magazine '' Comic Beam'' and collected in 10 tankōbon volumes. The series has been adapted as an anime television series, entitled ''Emma - A Victorian Romance'', 英國戀物語エマ, Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma. The manga is licensed in English in North America by CMX and the anime is licensed in English by Nozomi Entertainment.
''Emma'' is a 1996 period film based on the novel of the same name by Jane Austen. Directed by Douglas McGrath, the film stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Alan Cumming, Toni Collette, Ewan McGregor, and Jeremy Northam.
Jane Austen's ''Emma'' is an adaptation of the 1815 novel of the same name. It was adapted for the British television network ITV in 1996, directed by Diarmuid Lawrence and dramatised by Andrew Davies, the same year as Miramax's film adaptation of '' Emma'' starring Gwyneth Paltrow. This production of ''Emma'' stars Kate Beckinsale as the titular character, and also features Samantha Morton as Harriet Smith and Mark Strong as Mr. Knightley.
Jane Austen's novel '' Emma'' (1815) was released as a six-part TV serial by the BBC in 1972.
''Emma'' (or ''Emma: A Play in Two Acts about Emma Goldman, American Anarchist'', its full title) is a play by historian and playwright Howard Zinn (1922–2010). It was first performed in 1976.
"Emma", also known as "Emma, Emmaline" or "Emmeline", is a song by Errol Brown and Tony Wilson released as a single by Hot Chocolate in 1974. It reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart and number 8 in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. After being asked by producer Mickie Most to add "depth and darkness" to his compositions, Brown wrote the song about the death of his mother.
Emma (born Emma Louise Booth, 2 August 1974, Bridgend, Wales) is a Welsh singer, who sang the UK entry, " Give a Little Love Back to the World", in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990.
The Electron Machine with Many Applications (EMMA) is a project at Daresbury Laboratory in the UK to build a linear non-scaling FFAG to accelerate electrons from 10 to 20 MeV. A FFAG (Fixed Field Alternating Gradient) is a type of accelerator in which the magnetic field in the bending magnets is constant during acceleration. This means the particle beam will move radially outwards as its momentum increases.
''Emma'' is a 1955 novel by F. W. Kenyon published by Thomas Y. Crowell Company.
For U.S. founded Emma Magazine (unrelated to German EMMA), see www.EmmaMag.com.
''EMMA'' is a German feminist magazine. Its print edition is published quarterly.
''Emma'' is a four-part BBC television drama serial adaptation of Jane Austen's novel '' Emma'', first published in 1815. The episodes were written by Sandy Welch, acclaimed writer of previous BBC costume-dramas '' Jane Eyre'' and '' North & South'', and directed by Jim O'Hanlon. The serial stars Romola Garai as the titular heroine Emma Woodhouse, Jonny Lee Miller as her loyal lifelong friend Mr. Knightley and Michael Gambon as Emma's father, Mr. Woodhouse. The serial originally ran weekly on Sunday nights on BBC One from the 4 to 25 October 2009.
The ''Emma'' was a River Flat launched on 29 February 1828 along the Mersey and Irwell Navigation, in Manchester. Built by the New Quay Company, it was one of the largest cargo vessels to be built alongside the Irwell. The vessel capsized shortly after its launch, causing the deaths of as many as 47 of its estimated 200 passengers. Many others were rescued by bystanders, and treated by surgeons along the river banks. The ''Emma'' was eventually righted, and spent the rest of its life working along the River Weaver.
Emma is a given female name. It is derived from the Germanic word ''ermen'' meaning whole or universal, and was originally a short form of Germanic names that began with ermen. Emma is also used as a diminutive of Emily, Emmeline, Amelia or any other name beginning with "em". It was introduced to England by Emma of Normandy, who was the wife both of king Ethelred II (and by him the mother of Edward the Confessor) and later of King Canute. It was also borne by an 11th-century Austrian saint, who is sometimes called Hemma.
The Emma books are a series for children by Sally Warner. The main character and narrator is Emma McGraw, a new kid who moved in to California from Magdelana school. She has curly brown hair and wants to be a zoologist when she grows up. She is currently in third grade. She wishes that she would have normal, straight hair and not be divorced.
In Buddhist mythology, Yama ( Sanskrit: यम) is a dharmapala (wrathful god) said to judge the dead and preside over the Narakas ("Hells" or "Purgatories") and the cycle of rebirth.
Java Code Coverage Tools are distinguished in two main categories: first tools that add statements to the source code and require to recompile the source code. And second, tools which instrument the byte code either before or while running it. The goal is to find out which parts of code are tested by registering the lines of code executed when doing the test.
E.M.M.A were a Swedish girl group, mostly popular in Sweden. The group was founded by Keith Almgren who also wrote all the lyrics for their debut album. They have released three albums and eight singles. The group went on several small tours in Sweden. They came into existence in 2001 and officially broke up on 26 October 2005. The members were Elin Klingfors (born 25 December 1990), Martina Ståhl (born 1 December 1988), Mari-Linn Almgren Klevhamre (born 10 May 1992) and Alexandra Pettersson (born 22 February 1990).
Emma was a severe extratropical cyclone which passed through several mainly Central European countries, most devastatingly on Saturday March 1, 2008, killing at least twelve people in Austria, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. Wind speeds reached up to 166 km/h (103 mph) in Austria, and up to 180 km/h (112 mph) elsewhere. Major infrastructure disruptions and some injuries were also reported in Belgium, France, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.
The EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art ( EMMA - Espoon modernin taiteen museo, EMMA - Esbo moderna konstmuseum), is a major art museum in Espoo in southern Finland. After the founding of Espoo Art Museum Foundation in September 2002, EMMA opened its doors for visitors in 2006. With its 5000 square metre exhibition space, it is the largest museum in the whole of Finland. The permanent exhibition presents a selection from The Saastamoinen Foundation Art Collection and the other half the changing domestic and international exhibitions.
Formation Autonomy Spacecraft with Thrust, Relnav, Attitude and Crosslink (or FASTRAC) is a pair of nanosatellites (respectively named ''Sara-Lily'' and ''Emma'') developed and built by students at The University of Texas at Austin. The project is part of a program sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), whose goal is to lead the development of affordable space technology. The FASTRAC mission will specifically investigate technologies that facilitate the operation of multiple satellites in formation. These enabling technologies include relative navigation, cross-link communications, attitude determination, and thrust. Due to the high cost of lifting mass into orbit, there is a strong initiative to miniaturize the overall weight of spacecraft. The utilization of formations of satellites, in place of large single satellites, reduces the risk of single point failure and allows for the use of low-cost hardware.
Tenille Dashwood In 2005, Dashwood made some appearances for the Australian wrestling promotion PWA under the ring name Valentine. However, from the age of 16 to 18, Dashwood was limited to merely setting up the ring at events and helping out after she suffered a severe shoulder injury. In 2007, she moved to Calgary, Alberta, Canada for a few months to train with Lance Storm at the Storm Wrestling Academy.
Emmanuela Marrone, also known as Emma or Emma Marrone (born May 25, 1984, in Florence, Italy) is an Italian pop/ rock singer.