EMP



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electromagnetic pulse: a burst of electromagnetic energy produced by a nuclear explosion in the atmosphere, considered capable of widespread damage to power lines, telecommunications, and electronic equipment.
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(in prescriptions) a plaster.
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(in prescriptions) after the manner prescribed; as directed.

e.m.p. abbr.
Latin ex modo praescripto (in the manner prescribed)
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emperor
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empire
electromagnetic pulse
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emperor
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empire
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empress
Latin ex modo praescripto (in the manner prescribed)

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