Erewhon

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Noun1.Erewhon - a satirical novel written by Samuel Butler (1872) describing a fictitious land
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Other recent acquisitions include Erehwon Mountain Outfitters, Gander Outdoors, Good Sam, Overton's, The House and Windward/W82.
The company's portfolio of brands including Erehwon Mountain Outfitters, Gander Outdoors, Good Sam, Overton's, The House and Windward/W82, Camping World Holdings has become synonymous with outdoor experiences.
Hidden in the side streets of Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City is an art lover's paradise: the Erehwon Center for the Arts.
This is the Erehwon Jazz Orchestra, newly formed by the Erehwon Center for the Arts (09163772431) in Old Balara, Quezon City, which is headed by businessman and lover of the arts Rafael Benitez, a member of the well-known clan active in education and cultural activities.
The Capstone course relies on scenarios, such as one in which students are transporting the post's consul general to a meeting in Erehwon.
8) Brenton, "Brenton's Erehwon," interview with Robert Gore-Langton, Plays and Players (April 1988): 10-11 (10).
Examples of Satirical utopias include Gargantua and Pantegruel (1546), Candide (1759), More's Utopia, Johnson's Rasselas (1759), and Butler's Erehwon (1872) and Erehwon Revisited (1901).
The 'Innovation for India Award' winners were shortlisted, through a rigorous 4-stage selection process, by an eminent external jury and facilitated by Erehwon Innovation Consulting.
Rajiv Narang, chairman and managing director of Erehwon Innovation Consulting, picked up on Perez's theme of challenging corporate cultures to enable innovation.
Erehwon (Secondary) School Numeracy-Across-the-Curriculum Policy
SIR - Many years ago I read Butler's Erehwon, a book written in 1872.
As part of a marketing campaign to reposition the image of Erehwon Mountain Outfitters and increase store traffic, Horst Design International, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, will develop a new visual identity for the retailer's new flagship store in an Orland Park strip center, southwest of Chicago.