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Related to Erme: Hermes
v. i.1.To grieve; to feel sad.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As compared with values the hydrogen peroxide-scavenging activities of MSME were more effective than that of ERME.
Entrepreneurial Risk Management (ERMe): Risk Management as a Profit Center
At around 7am on Saturday Mr FairbankAEs body was recovered from the sea at the mouth of the River Erme after being spotted by a military helicopter.
And divers in 1993 discovered possible proof of this early form of international trade in the mouth of the nearby River Erme.
THOMAS FILE, JERE BOYER, MARGO ERME, AND JOSEPH MYERS, Department of Infectious Diseases and Department of Research Administration, Summa Health System, Akron, OH 44304; Akron City Health Department, Akron, OH 44308
In 1505-6, dancers from Saint Erme, Boscastle, and Minster visited Bodmin and received 3s 4d, according to general receivers' accounts for the year.
These two documents have since been published together in the denomination's periodical, Church and Society.(1) The same issue, guest-edited by Gannaway, contains complementary articles that explore aspects of partnership by Bishop Erme Camba of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines and Dr.
A beginning point of view has been shared by Bishop Erme Camba of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines who reminds us that as visitors we are obliged to enter on our hosts' terms.
No NLREC officials were available to clarify the protests but lawyer Erme Labayog, provincial legal officer and acting provincial assessor, said the transmission line project had complied with safety and health standards, as well as rules prescribed by building and electricity regulators.