E50

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E50Energy Required for 50% Success
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In providing the perfect place for users to talk, see, work and play, the E40 and E50 series are aimed at becoming a true friend in the workplace or at home, the statement said.
Initially two power systems will be available, hybrid petrol-electric for the 350-mile e50, and allelectric in the Venture EV, which can better 75 mph and has a 120-mile range.
"In particular, the E50V model of the E50 series has been awarded environmental certification from UL, a first for the monitor industry, while the E50VR uses LG's super resolution technology to produce a super-sharp picture to rival anything on the market," he added.
Alternatively, a trainer may authorise a representative on an annual basis at a cost of E50.
Mr Ahern admitted on Tuesday receiving up to e50,000 in loans that were never repaid in 1993 and 1994 while he was Finance Minister.
This week it was revealed that pint-sized Ro, who hates being called pint-sized, spent almost E50,000 on a golf cart.
The new ST is not only bigger, using a 2.5litre five-cylinder turbo-charged unit, but it produces 217bhp - even more than the e50,000 Focus RS.
"Christina is spending more than e50,000 on her stage costumes alone so she wants it to be a dazzling spectacle for all her fans."
A FAMILY were subjected to a night of terror after an armed gang held them captive in their home before stealing more than e50,000 in cash.
Tyres are e50 a corner, a minor service can be e150 and that's before you've talked your bank manager into giving you a loan or begged for insurance.
Tickets are limited and must be purchased in advance at a cost of E50. Contact Lisa McGoldrick at The Curragh racecourse on 045 441205 or Ross Morgans Restaurant, 045 448439.
Cheltenham is expensive - pounds 60 (e100) admission to the Club enclosure and pounds 30 (e45) for Tattersalls, and that rises to pounds 35 (e50) on Gold Cup day .