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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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Besides involving in projects, Erne Fittings also became a reliable partner for end-users like Saudi Aramco for direct procurement activities.
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.
The biggest problem with time, however, comes when Erne proposes to treat essentially contemporary events as if they occurred in different periods.
Erne's own narrative unfolds across an introduction, five chapters, and three appendices, taking the reader on a fact-heavy tour that includes playwrights, publishers, printers, readers, collectors, and libraries.
Erne identifies three alternative strategies that are also available to organized labor in the EU, including: Euro-technocratization (favored by union elites with direct access to EU regulatory bodies); technocratic renationalization (embodied by competitive-corporatism); and, democratic renationalization (reaffirming the autonomy of the nation-state in an attempt to salvage the remnants of the social democratic pacts of the past).
"We had started outsourcing things, and I started to look around for someone who could do specific things for my agency," Erne says.
The next evening, across the border at Blacklion, County Cavan, a 20-minute drive from Lough Erne, we arrived at MacNean House and Restaurant, owned by chef Neven Maguire.
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.
In two more chapters, Erne records contemporary debates about editing stage action--as he details the rise of performance criticism--and current discussions about how to edit (indeed, how to identify) the "real" King Lear.
Convinced of the rightness of their decision, these editors relegated passages of text found only in the longer version to the indignity of an appendix called 'Additional Passages' (they should really be known as 'Passages Subtracted by the Oxford Editors').Lukas Erne, to his great credit, has examined afresh the evidence for this and related myths, showing on what feeble grounds they rest.
Lukas Erne's Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist is among the most important books on Shakespeare in the last ten years.