Erin


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Erin

(ĕr`ĭn, ēr`–), ancient and poetic name of Ireland.
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Erin was in theatre for eight hours while a team of surgeons implanted the donor liver.
El Camino Real High seniors Erin Kelly, Erin O'Leary, Michelle Oakes, Ashley Menin and Ashleigh Thomas know the drill.
Her mum Nicky Hutchinson, 35, said: "It's really hard for Erin because she likes the smell of food.
Erin returned home to Scotland after a second liver swap in June in London - but returned south after complications.
With her shocking pink hair and electric personality, Erin can be seen on TV and the Internet cruising past the competition on a racetrack, foiling the bad guys on the ski slopes and getting a late-night quote while hiding out.
Min works for a school district, Lars works for Amazon and Erin works as a photographer for Corbis.
We met Erin at a pre-cruise pool party where a large and rowdy group was assembled in Ft.
Erin Brockovich documents the power of one wholly dedicated to a cause she knew was right.
They came to understand that nonverbal doesn't mean dumb; the girls even asked me to help them make gastrostomy tubes for their dolls because, "just like Erin," they couldn't "swallow good.
It didn't help, Erin recalls, that when the plane lifted into the air, her stomach started "going weird.
The award is the second nationally recognized beer tasting honor won by Erin Brew since its introduction into the market in May, 1988.