EAWRElectricity At Work Regulations 1989 (UK)
EAWREast Alton-Wood River (Illinois)
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We're short o'pobbies for eawr Joe, bread soaked in milk But that, of course, tha didn't know, Did ta, Lad?
all of you Besides thi little brother Ted We've one upsteers, asleep i' bed, Wi' eawr Joe.
EAWR would go two plays and take it into the end zone for a score, but it was called back on a holding call.
EAWR start out on their own 35-yard line and on the third play the series they took it 45 yards to the Redskins 5 before punching it in the endzone on the next play, to tie the game at 6.
The Redskins went three-and-out and the punt was blocked by Hunter Morales for the Oilers, who picked it up and carried it in the endzone for a touchdown, and the extra point failed, but EAWR had the lead, 12-6.
However, there is no question that in the literary and oral amalgamation enacted in poems like "Eawr folk" we witness language evolving--seeking to grow into its future self by drawing upon its roots in the past.
"Eawr folk" applies obviously first to the family group described, then to the working people of Lancashire and to a broader English working class.
Regulation 4(2) of the EAWR requires that all electrical systems be maintained so as to prevent danger.
Since the introduction of the EAWR, the EC Provision of and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1992 also places general duties on employers and lists minimum requirements for work equipment to deal with selected hazards, whatever the industry.