Definitions for "emo"
(an abbreviation of "emotional") is a term now broadly used to describe almost any form of guitar-driven alternative rock that expresses emotions beyond traditional punk's limited emotional palette of alienation and rage. It is also used to describe fans of this genre, most commonly teenagers. (e.g., emo kid). The actual term "emo" originated in the mid-1980s D.C. scene, with the band Rites of Spring. The term addressed both the way the band connected with its audience, as well as its tendency to deal more with topics of personal and relationship politics than with the standard themes of rock music.
Emo is a subgenre of hardcore punk music. Since its inception, emo has come to describe several independent variations, linked loosely but with common ancestry. As such, use of the term has been the subject of much debate.
Emo is a somewhat ambiguous, controversial slang term Knot Magazine - "In Defense of Emo" most frequently used to describe a fashion or subculture which is usually defined to have roots in punk fashion and subculture Incendiary Magazine - "EMO: What Is It?", as well as some attributes of gothic fashion and subculture. Daily Mail News - "EMO cult warning for parents". It is loosely defined, and its meaning varies by region, but most definitions share a number of similarities.
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Emerging Markets Office – Division of FAS
Emo Oil is an Irish oil distribution brand that operates in Ireland and the UK. The brand is used by several divisions of DCC Plc.
Extended Maintenance Option. Advanced payment, fixed term maintenance agreement introduced in June 1988 for PS/2s. Expanded to other hardware, but finally withdrawn February 1999.
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Extra man Offense. A man advantage that results from a time-serving penalty.
Educational management organization