emission[ ih-mish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF emission
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMISSION
If it isn't, the emission of the light itself gives it a kick that moves it.
It is the sexual excitement more than the emission which exhausts.
Fenellan, would have discharged an extinguisher on punctilio in emission.
The sound of the name represents the emission of breath from the mouth.
A small aperture, about the middle of it, sufficed for the emission of his words.
The ebullition is due mainly to the emission of carbonic acid gas.
The radiation of light is its emission in rays from the surface of a luminous body.
The emission of these rays results in the production of great heat.
They are looking for this liquid, they provoke its emission.
It lights up to celebrate its nuptials and the emission of its spores.