Erin


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Erin

(ĕr`ĭn, ēr`–), ancient and poetic name of Ireland.
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It's Erin's second national success in two years following on from her victory in the Number 6 competition on her British Championship debut 12 months ago.
At 6 am (local time), Erin was packing 40 miles per hour winds with higher gusts and was around 265 miles southeast of Cape Hatterras, North Carolina, and 435 miles west of Bermuda.
Diaz also accompanied his post with photos of him and Erin during her school's 'Moving Up Day.'
Some 17 years later, Erin - now a booze-soaked embarrassment to the force - receives a dyestained $100 bill from that ill-fated heist.
Speaking after a town hall meeting of indigenes of the community in Erin Ile at the weekend, the national president, Erin-Ile Progressive Union (EPU), Chief Samuel Olu Alabi, said that a committee had been set up to review the Supreme Court judgement and take eventual ownership of the land.
Erin has the important job of promoting public education with three focused goals, which include ensuring our local audiences' knowledge of and engagement in the District 214 mission, sharing their story at a national level with an eye on positively influencing the national dialogue on public education, and building a Foundation that supports innovation and lifelong learning Districtwide.
And the festive display has been given the thumbs up from Erin, who suffers from a life-threatening condition.
Happy Lachie, Kim, Erin, Hazel and Harris are all smiles