Eder


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E•der

(ˈeɪ dər)

n.
a river in central Germany, mainly in Hesse and flowing E to Kassel. 110 mi. (177 km) long.
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said the Angel of the Odd, apparently much softened at my distress; "mein Gott, te man is eder ferry dronk or ferry zorry.
Hilton has appointed Noelle Eder as executive vice president and chief information and digital officer.
BIRMINGHAM City boss Harry Redknapp has ruled out a swoop for Portugal's Euro 2016 hero Eder.
The tall and athletic Andres Maldonado, who earned runner-up honors in the 13 singles, teamed with 10-year-old Antonio Rivera to face 11-and-under stars Andres Cordova and Eder Renteria of Mexico.
Florante Eder alerted the police on Sunday that he found the girl dead at 9 a.
The next step will be to develop strategies to increase awareness and implement treatment recommendations among primary care physicians, dermatologists, and rheumatologists," Lihi Eder, MD.
Eder Ruiz also used electrical tape to create a fake beard and moustache for the PS1,800 raid in May last year - ich he brandished what thought to have been a water pistol.
EDER (ITALY v Sweden, Group E, June 17) The Azzurri secured their place in the Euro 2016 knockout stage in style at the end of a frustrating night in Toulouse.
EDER barely made an imprint during his ill-fated spell at Swansea, but the striker has left an indelible mark on Portuguese football after scoring the goal that clinched Euro 2016.
Lewys Prendergast tweeted: "If Eder scores the winner I'll honestly change my name to Robert Earnshaw.
The roles reversed at the Stade de France as the underdogs ploughed on after Ronaldo's first-half injury, making amends for the humiliation of 2004 by winning their first ever major trophy as Eder secured a 1-0 win.
SWANSEA CITY flop Eder sensationally won the European Championships for Portugal with a sublime extra-time goal to break French hearts in Paris and see Wales lose to the eventual winners of the tournament.