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ER

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ERITREA.
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ER

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the State of Eritrea. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Eritrean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Eritrea. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Eritrea. Each Eritrean province has its own code with the prefix "ER." For example, the code for the Province of Debub is ISO 3166-2:ER-DU.
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Qualifying Widow(er)

The filing status available to a qualified taxpayer for two tax years following the year of the spouse's death. To qualify, the surviving spouse must have been entitled to file a joint return for the year of death, remain unmarried at the end of the current tax year, and pay over half the cost of maintaining his or her home, which was the principal residence the entire tax year of his or her dependent child (other than a foster child).
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The creation of child-specific emergency rooms has gained momentum over the last 20 years.
"It's our plan to build a virtual PICU-telemedicine network for all Northern California, so that critically ill or injured children have a virtual bed in a PICU and immediate access to the right medical care." By spring 2001, UC Davis expects to have additional links connecting its PICU with the emergency rooms at two other small, rural hospitals--Mt.
where ER represents annual emergency room visits for nonemergent care, H represents annual home health visits, and [X.sub.i] (i = 1, 2) are vectors of factors influencing use of the emergency room and use of home health services, respectively.
Compared with people who did not have depression and did not use party drugs, people with (1) depression only, (2) drug use only, and (3) both depression and drug use had a 20% to 40% higher risk of visiting the emergency room (Figure 1).
"Hospitals embrace their mission of providing quality care to all patients who present in their emergency rooms," said Cathy Bennett, president of the New Jersey Hospital Association, in an email.
In those stressful moments, parents want to have access to an emergency room that specialises in paediatric care."
New federal data show that Illinois emergency rooms saw a 66 percent increase in opioid overdose visits last year.
To-date, ChildLife Foundation's three emergency rooms have treated more than 1.6 million children free of cost.
Dean Carucci: We have added the new Portsmouth Regional Hospital freestanding Seabrook Emergency Room in Seabrook, New Hampshire to better serve the southern New Hampshire, Seacoast and northern Massachusetts coast.
The increase in emergency room use may be partly due to the rapid increase in the share of commercial coverage users with individual insurance that took place in 2014, thanks to Affordable Care Act market changes, the Blues analysts say.
A hike in alcohol prices could lead to fewer violence-related injuries, resulting in fewer emergency room visits, according to a study published in July in Injury Prevention.

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