ERIU


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ERIUEconomic Research Initiative on the Uninsured
ERIUElectricity Reform Implementation Unit (Australia)
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Binchy, "The Old Irish Table of Penitential Commutations", Eriu 19 (1962): 54.
Mack-Call was represented in-house by Toni Casiano, senior director of leasing, and Eriu Moran, director of leasing.
lt;<Ecthrae and Immram: some Problem of Definition>>, Eriu, 27 (1976), pp.
21) In his exhaustive study on the topic, MacCana has noted that according to early Irish belief, each king of Tara was espoused to the goddess Eriu, the divine mother conceived anthropomorphically, and that lesser kings were espoused to local goddesses.
Keenan, "Increasing Health Insurance Costs and the Decline in Insurance Coverage," ERIU Working Paper 8 (Ann Arbor, Mich.
Michael Herren has convincingly argued for Laidcenn's authorship in "The Authorship, Date of Composition and Provenance of the So-Called Lorica Gildae," Eriu 24 (1973): 35-51.
We thank Paul Devereux and participants at the ERIU July 2005 conference and the Geary Institute seminar for helpful comments.
Economic Research Initiative on the Uninsured, ERIU Working Paper 9 (Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan, 2002).