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EREmergency Room
ERExtended-Release
EREarned Runs (baseball; pitching)
ERError
EREntity Relationship
EREnergy Research
EREmployer (IRB)
EREmergency Response
EROffice of Energy Research
EREstrogen Receptor
ERExtended Range (C-17 acquisition program)
ERExtended Range
EREnterprise Resource Planning
EREarly Release
EREvent Registration
EREastern Region
EREducational Research
EREritrea
EREmployment Relations
EREmployee Relations
EREasy Rider (movie)
ERExternal Relations
EREvaluation Report
EREarly Retirement
EREnvironmental Restoration
EREnvironmental Report
EREntre Rios (Argentina Province, airline code)
ERElectronic Records
ERErbium
EREquipment Required
EREndoplasmic Reticulum
ERExtensive Reading
EREvent Rate
EREnergy Rating
EREleanor Rigby (Beatles song)
EREye Relief (optics)
EREquipment Room
EREscape Route
ERExpense Ratio
EREcosystem Restoration
EREducational Researcher (journal)
EREmployee Retention
EREpic Records (record label)
ERElectron Reflectometer
EREcological Reserve
ERElectrical Resistivity
EREastern Railway
ERExternal Rotation
EREvolutionary Robotics
EREmotional Rescue (Rolling Stones album)
ERExpense Report
EREvening Reading (Shacknews)
ERElektra Records (record label)
EREnergy Resolution
EREnhancement Request
EREngineering Report
EREarnings Record
ERExchange Ratio
ERExplicit Routing
ERExplicit Rate (networking)
EREstablished Record
ERExpanded Response
EREnergy Regulator
ERElectro-Rheological
EREngineroom
EREnterprise Requirements
EREnhanced Radiation
EREngineer Regulation
EREfficiency Review
EREstablished Reliability (C-17 acquisition program)
ERExternal Resistance
EREmployee Request
EREquilibrium Reactions
EREngineering Release
ERElectronic Reconnaissance
EREfficient Review
ERExtracellular Release
ERElectricity Report
EREcho Ranging
EREnantiomeric Ratio (chemistry)
ERElectoral Region (UK)
EREngineering Request
EREstimate of Repair
ERDHL Airways, Inc (IATA airline code)
EREnhancement Report
EREffective Roughness
EREternal Rage (Call of Duty gaming clan)
ERExecutive Registrar
EREquipment Requisition
ERExtracting Roots
ERElizabetha Regina (Queen Elizabeth)
ERError Recorder
EREnd Transaction and Retrieve
ERElectronic Requirement
ERExploitation Requirement
ERElite Regions (Ominix gaming)
EREnceinte Réacteur (French: Reactor Chamber)
ERElectrolytic/Electrochemical Refining
EREuro Repuestos SA (Guatemala)
EREvidence Rule
References in classic literature ?
During that period,--being much trusted and favored by his employer,--he had free liberty to come and go at discretion.
After the birth of little Harry, however, she had gradually become tranquillized and settled; and every bleeding tie and throbbing nerve, once more entwined with that little life, seemed to become sound and healthful, and Eliza was a happy woman up to the time that her husband was rudely torn from his kind employer, and brought under the iron sway of his legal owner.
The employers helping, a few of the known union men were flung out of the bread-lines; but that amounted to nothing.
The end will come when our demands are satisfied, and our demands will be satisfied when we have starved our employers into submission, as we ourselves in the past have often been starved into submission.
We stopped to read another proclamation: "When we think our employers are ready to submit we shall open up the telegraphs and place the employers' associations of the United States in communication.
He and the professor were talking in the workshop of the remarkable progress of Number Thirteen toward a complete mastery of English and the ways and manners of society, in which von Horn had been assisting his employer to train the young giant.
To keep her attention steadily fixed on the one subject that interested her employer, and to resist the temptation to read those miscellaneous items of news which especially interest women, put her patience and resolution to a merciless test.
This exquisite piece of human ingenuity had originally cost five louis d'or, and Adrienne had once shown it to her employer, who had generously offered to give two napoleons for it.
From his book, entitled "The Battles of Labor," is quoted the declaration that "in some of the great historic strikes the employers themselves have instigated acts of violence;" that manufacturers have deliberately provoked strikes in order to get rid of surplus stock; and that freight cars have been burned by employers' agents during railroad strikes in order to increase disorder.
His employers (acting under a sense of their obligation to the gentleman by whom Frank had been recommended) had considered the question carefully, and had decided that the one promising use to which they could put Mr.
During that year, Frank was to remain at the office in London; his employers being informed beforehand that family circumstances prevented his accepting their offer of employment in China.
Why, employers were always on the lookout for young fellows like me, and alas, they found them all too rarely.
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