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Eder

(ā`dər), river, c.110 mi (180 km) long, rising near Siegen, central Germany, and flowing E to the Fulda River. The Eder dam, at Hemfurth, impounds one of the largest reservoirs in Germany; it has a hydroelectric power plant. The reservoir supplies water to the Ems-Weser Canal.
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Eder brings to Hilton technical knowledge and customer-facing experience.
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But police invited Eder for questioning because the neighbor, a 61-year-old woman, claimed that the girl slept at her house for fear of being sexually molested, Catacutan said.
EDER (PORTUGAL v France, final, July 10) After taking another game to extra time, and without talisman Ronaldo, Portugal produced a sucker punch to sink the hosts when Eder came off the bench and thundered the ball beyond Hugo Lloris from 30 yards out.
Now the 21-year-old, from Aberdare, has been forced to stick to his word - after Eder sealed Portugal's victory over France after replacing Renato Sanchez in the 79th minute.
Eder was a second-half substitute for a Portugal side who lost inspirational captain Cristiano Ronaldo to a 24th-minute injury.
Eder and his Portugal team-mates celebrate his winning goal (far left)
The roles reversed at the Stade de France as the underdogs ploughed on after Ronaldo's firsthalf injury, making amends for the humiliation of 2004 by winning their first ever major trophy as Eder secured a 1-0 win.
The underdogs ploughed on after Ronaldo's first-half injury, making amends for the humiliation of their 2004 final defeat against Greece by winning their first major trophy as Eder secured a 1-0 win.
Substitute Eder scored in extra-time to give Portugal a 1-0 win over hosts France in the Euro 2016 final on Sunday as they secured their first major international title despite losing captain and talisman Cristiano Ronaldo to injury.