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ERN

ISO 4217 code for the Eritrean nakfa. It was introduced in 1997, replacing the Ethiopian birr. It is issued by the Bank of Eritrea and is pegged to the U.S. dollar.
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In what follows, I will discuss each book in turn, starting with Erne who deserves pride of place because he's a big reason these books were written in the first place.
Though he cites Joseph Loewenstein's work on possessive authorship, Erne states categorically that a lack of authorial copyright meant that 'dramatists and poets had ultimately no control over the publication of their works' (20), despite Loewenstein's careful demonstration that writers often exerted some form of control over publication.
Unfortunately, Erne shows how such complex benchmarking criteria simply tended to reproduce the technocratic logics of EU governance, marginalizing rank-and-file activists in the process and yielding low compliance rates as a result.
After working with Erne, visiting Europe, and traveling with Erne to Romania to meet Bora (touted as the "star technical guru," of Erne's past business ventures), the idea for SimplySocial was born.
Lower Lough Erne spans 26 miles and is home to 365 islands.
The award-winning Loch Erne Canoe Trail is the first of its kind in the British Isles, and a template for four others in Northern Ireland.
The surrounding area of Fermanagh is a dream for active sorts - there's canoeing on Lough Erne, caving in the Cuilcagh Mountains or biking on the area's cycle routes.
After a concise, critical review of editions of Lear from the early modern to the postmodern, Erne notes that in the last twenty-five years "scholarly editors [by virtue of contrasting textual mediations] have produced more than ten radically different Lears and a similar number of Hamlets" (101).
In addition to the documents normally drawn on in such studies, Erne musters several fresh sources of evidence: book patents (p.
In this section on evolving concepts of dramatic authorship, Erne argues that Shakespeare was "aware of, affected by, and an active participant in the theatre's gradual emancipation from an existence that is confined to the stage" (34).
The critical characteristic that both have is a genuine concern for all children," Erne said.