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ERNEEnergetic and Relativistic Nuclei and Electron Experiment
ERNEEDRN (Early Detection Research Network) Resource Network Exchange (US NCI)
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Why, we might wonder for example, has no one compiled the publication records of early modern playwrights as Erne does to great effect?
On the first page, attempting to square Shakespeare's dual investment in performance and print, Erne insists that 'the public theatre and the printing press' 'simultaneously put [Shakespeare's] plays into circulation' (1), where 'simultaneously' seems to elide the different time scales that defined these two media.
Erne himself is as careful a scholar as you are likely to encounter, the Mr.
But the 10-point document, released after two days of talks at Lough Erne, falls short of the demands of anti-poverty campaigners, who want the developing world included in the new arrangements from the start and have called for tax information to be made available to all on public registers.
While noting the importance of uniting labor at the European level, Erne is also attentive to the substantial obstacles standing in the way of such a goal.
Meanwhile, Jerone Erne, a partner in an agency called Joy Group in the Netherlands, had clicked on one of Arnold's banner ads, resulting in his becoming one of Arnold's first clients.
TSX:AEN) (AIM:AEY), an international oil and gas exploration and production company headquartered in Calgary, Canada, has started drilling operations on the Antrim-operated Erne prospect in the UK Central North Sea, block 21/29d.
Our dinner included a delicate crab salad with avocado mousse, pink grapefruit and ginger gazpacho dressing, and McMeel's signature dish: the Lough Erne mixed grill, featuring a range of perfectly cooked cuts from a local Fermanagh herd.
Swifts dart over the soft green water, a moorhen splashes among the bulrushes and cows serenely graze on the shore, but of the Lady of Lough Erne, there is no sign.
At the Lough Erne Golf Resort in Northern Ireland, however, I assured her there's as much for non-players as there is for those who like their regular dose of 18 holes.
Erne also explains the value of annotations, collations, footnotes, and introductions, and attends to complicated questions of canon selection and play titling.
The result, says Burkhard Erne, business manager at Moog ProControl and developer of the system, is an extremely precise, energy-efficient unit that is equally effective at molding thinwall and thickwall parts, and can be scaled up for use on an injection machine of any size.