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    microwave

  • An electromagnetic wave with a wavelength in the range 0.001–0.3 m, shorter than that of a normal radio wave but longer than those of infrared radiation. Microwaves are used in radar, in communications, and for heating in <em>microwave</em> ovens and in various industrial processes
  • a short electromagnetic wave (longer than infrared but shorter than radio waves); used for radar and microwave ovens and for transmitting telephone, facsimile, video and data
  • kitchen appliance that cooks food by passing an electromagnetic wave through it; heat results from the absorption of energy by the water molecules in the food
  • cook or heat in a microwave oven; "You can microwave the leftovers"

    emerson

  • Emerson is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It has existed since 1879, when it was created by redistribution.
  • United States writer and leading exponent of transcendentalism (1803-1882)
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson (May 25, 1803 – April 27, 1882) was an American philosopher, lecturer, essayist, and poet, best remembered for leading the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century.
  • Ralph Waldo (1803–82), US philosopher and poet. In 1832, while visiting Britain, he became associated with German idealism. On his return to the US, he evolved the concept of transcendentalism, which found expression in his essay Nature (1836)

Emerson Radios.

Emerson Radios.
Victor Hugo Emerson was a recording engineer and executive. In 1915 he established the Emerson Phonograph Co. in New York City. Its main product was "Universal Cut Records". Emerson opened factories in Chicago and Long Island in 1920 and claimed to be the third largest record manufacturer in the U.S. Nevertheless, in December of that year, it went into receivership, a victim of the sales slump for phonographs that accompanied the post-World War I recession and the growth of commercial radio.

Emerson Phonograph Co. passed into the hands of Benjamin Abrams and Rudolph Kanarak in 1922. Abrams ran the company with two brothers and in 1924 entered the radio business, renaming the company Emerson Radio & Phonograph Corp. and subsequently selling its record interests. Emerson then introduced the first radio-phonograph combo. The turning point for the company occurred in 1932 (during the height of the Depression). Recognizing a need for affordable radios they designed and sold their "peewee" radio. Over half of the radios sold in the next year and a half were peewees. That accounted for about 300,000 radios! They sold for between $17.95 and $32.50. By 1938 about one million “budget-wise” radios were sold.

Emerson Radio & Phonograph held one-sixth of the U.S. radio market in 1942, when the company converted to military production for World War II. It became a public corporation in 1943.

In 1958 Emerson Radio & Phonograph paid $6 million to purchase the consumer products division of Allen B. DuMont Laboratories, Inc. This acquisition added to Emerson’s products a higher-priced line of television sets, plus phonographs and high-fidelity and stereo instruments.

In 1964–Emerson’s last full year of independent operation–it earned $2.1 million on sales of $68.2 million.

Emerson Radio & Phonograph was purchased in 1965 by National Union Electric Corp. for $62 million. This company continued to produce television and radio sets and phonographs distributed under the Emerson name.

In 1973 a license to marketing products under the Emerson name was sold to Brooklyn-based Major Electronics Corp. Through this deal the company moved into the production and sale of budget-priced stereos, radios/clock radios. They began importing low-cost radios in 1971. The company moved its headquarters to Seraucus, New Jersey, in 1976 and changed its name to Emerson Radio Corp. in 1977.

Due to increased labor costs the company dropped it’s last U.S.-made product–the phonograph line in 1980. By this time all Emerson product/parts came from Taiwan or South Korea.

In 1983 Emerson began to purchase TVs from South Korea’s Goldstar Electric Co. for resale. They also entered the VCR market at that time. CD players entered their product line in 1984.

In 1985 Emerson Radio moved its headquarters to North Bergen, New Jersey, and acquired H.H. Scott Inc., a manufacturer of high-fidelity audio and visual equipment, selling products under the Scott name until 1991, when the line was discontinued.

Emerson Parcel Tidal Marsh California

Emerson Parcel Tidal Marsh California
Emerson Parcel Tidal Marsh Restoration – The California Coastal Conservancy was awarded $1 million to help restore 438 acres of leveed grazing lands to a mosaic of open water, tidal channels, intertidal marsh, riparian woodland, and uplands. This project is part a larger effort being undertaken by several state agencies to restore the wetland habitat in the 1,166-acre Dutch Slough Tidal Marsh. The total project cost of this phase is $6,142,500. The Dutch Slough project is located in the Marsh Creek delta, which drains a large area on the east side of Mt. Diablo. The project will reroute Marsh Creek from its current engineered channel to a meandering channel through the Emerson parcel. Flows in the marsh creek will deliver sediment to the marshes, recreating natural deltaic processes and features that will benefit native fish and wildlife. The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta ecosystem has been severely impaired by pollution, invasive species, and hydrological modifications. The Governor has identified the Dutch Slough Project as critical to addressing the ecosystem’s decline. (California Coastal Conservancy – with permission)
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