Erme


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Related to Erme: Hermes
v. i.1.To grieve; to feel sad.
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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
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.
It was while working on a wreck in the Erme Estuary in the 1980s in Devon that Neville found a treasure trove of gold and other artefacts.
They crossed Devon, from Wembury in the south to Lynmouth in the north, following the Erme Plym Trail to Ivybridge and the Two Moors Way over Dartmoor and Exmoor.
The French hamlet of Saint Erme and a pathway in the natural park in Les Arques, which appear in one of Savary's videos, are hardly-extraordinary, but they are not devoid of charm or mystery.
Eger anne-babalari sag ise velayetin sona erme yasi olan on sekiz yasindan sonra da kisitlanarak velayetin devamina (6) karar verilebilir (Medeni Kanun madde 335).
Attendees will obtain a foundation and learn the concepts that expand traditional risk management into an ERMe "for profit" structure.
At around 7am on Saturday Mr Fairbank's body was recovered from the sea at the mouth of the River Erme after being spotted by a military helicopter.
I know the story of the Penny (not a fabliau), and of the Fucker for hire, and Gombert, and about Dame Erme who never shed a tear, and about Black Balls.
While I have great appreciation for the insights of Erme Camba and Claude Labrunie, their articles are not documents of the PC(USA) and do not purport to represent the position of our church.