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Erik

 

a Turkish term used in the southern European part of the USSR for a channel that connects a river or a separate branch with a flooded lake or flooded lakes with each other. The term also refers to a hollow for one of the temporary streams formed on a flood plain whenever a river overflows.

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She then said Erik had wanted to take the relationship further, but that she was not yet ready.
Meeting Erik for the first time was a shock," confesses Jamie.
Before the tractor could be moved the 50 miles to Doniphan, Erik and his father scouted replacement rims and purchased new tires.
The father told us about the project Erik was working on.
Erik told of his adolescence in an Austrian village, when the then Erika became troubled by "her" budding sexuality.
But the pair were in for a surprise, as they were convinced Sharon was having a girl until Erik popped out after a Caesarean section at South Shields General Hospital on October 10 weighing a healthy 7lbs 3ozs.
The green-eyed cutie, who lives in Muswell Hill, North London, and works at nearby Wood Green Crown Court told a People investigator posing as a producer: "I do most of the stuff but I only do boy/girl hard videos with Erik.
Erik was in a sour mood as injuries had kept him from getting any photos done on the trip.
Norwegian supermarket tycoon Stein Erik Hagen has increased his stake in the Norway-based supermarket operator Steen & Strom ASA to a majority holding.
Shortly after his defection, Nureyev traveled to Copenhagen to perform and train with the Danish Royal Ballet, largely because he wanted to meet and study the technique of ballet star Erik Bruhn.
Metacafe, one of the world's largest video sites, today announced the appointment of Erik Smith as vice president of content and programming.