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Ser

An obsolete Indian unit of dry volume equivalent to one liter.
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I can find Greece, Asia, Italy, Spain and the Islands, --the genius and creative principle of each and of all eras, in my own mind.
A noted educator of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries of the Christian Era.
About twenty miles up the coast from the mouth of the river we encountered low cliffs of sandstone, broken and tortured evidence of the great upheaval which had torn Caprona asunder in the past, intermingling upon a common level the rock formations of widely separated eras, fusing some and leaving others untouched.
CommScope Era is an all-digital C-RAN antenna system that leverages wireless operators initiatives to centralize and virtualize baseband radio assets, a foundational design concept for 5G networks.
ERA, a not for profit organization, has been reducing unnecessary e-waste and its adverse environmental contribution through the recovery, refurbishment and donation of electronic and IT equipment since 2004.
Sanjiv Marwah, Director, Era Business School said "I am elated by the overwhelming response received from companies for internship and placement of EBS students.
Veterans who served in both Gulf War era I and Gulf War era II are classified into the latter category.
Being a part of the ERA Network allows our organization to syndicate our property listings with highly trafficked companies such as Zillow and gives us unique competitive advantage for our consumers.
82 ERA at UCLA, helping the Bruins into the NCAA Regionals, which begin today.
ERA accepts computer monitors, televisions, AV equipment, outdated computers, peripherals, PDAs and RMAs, LCD monitors, LCD televisions, laptops, plasma screens, fax machines, copiers and other electronic items.
This detailed and provocative analysis of the Rosas Era questions engrained assumptions about the nature of Caudillo politics in post-independence Argentina and, one might add, Latin America.
Obviously, the book is valuable for this update and new focus on the "fifth era," but no doubt a longer book by him focused wholly on this topic would be of great value.