EDRUEducational Dialogue Research Unit (UK)
EDRUEngland Deaf Rugby Union (UK)
EDRUEvaluation Development and Review Unit (Tavistock Institute; UK)
EDRUEvent Data Retrieval Unit
EDRUEnhanced Digital Radio Unit
EDRUEast Deerfield to Rumford (Maine)
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enterica serotype Virchow is an uncommon serotype in the SA human population, accounting for only 25 of the 4 966 Salmonella isolates received by the EDRU from 2003 to 2005.
Edru Squad: Richard Jackson (Hove, capt), Darron Hall (Stourbridge), Robert Hill (Chinnor), Tim Sawyer (West Hartlepool), Andrew Millership (Boston), Craig Pothecray (Handsworth), Brett Pruce (Aylestone St James), Nick Todd (Petersfield), Steve Bloxham (Crawley), Danny Piesley (Old Halesonians), Daniel MacAllister (Luton), Brett Hanratty (Ryton), Tony Stoyles (Northampton Mens Own), Peit Everett (Sidcup), Nick McKen (Burnham-on-Sea), Samuel Smith (Alton), Jason Hooper (Old Leamingtonians), Charlie James (Huntingdon), Josef Baines (Henley), Clint Reilly (Saltash), Craig Phinn (Blackheath), Gareth Waterfield (Burnham-on-Sea), Gavin Jackson (Knottingley), Matthew Gilbert (Dover), Luke Taylor (Wheatley Hills), Ben Warner (Hayle), Michael Keeling (unattached).
(32) These Event Data Recorder Units ("EDRU") are available to crash investigators from GM, the NHTSA, and the general public.
There was a parallel movement of performers writing and performing ethnic/world music, with artists led by Joey Ayala, Grace Nono, Bayang Barrios, Edru Abraham and his Kontra-Gapi, and many others.
The production fuses news reportage with dramatized scenes, accompanied by a live musical score using native indigenous instruments directed by Edru Abraham.
Four friends read the post and signed up as volunteers: producer Ambie Burac, choreographer-dancer Edna Vida, artist Girlie Aragon and musician Edru Abraham of the Kontra GaPi group.