Erin


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Erin

(ĕr`ĭn, ēr`–), ancient and poetic name of Ireland.
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Wanting Erin to enjoy life from a kid's perspective, I often asked my neighbors if I could take their kids on a walk, to the library, to the park or to the zoo.
Young Eagle Erin felt the effect of drag during her flight when pilot Pat Patterson cut back the engine power.
Erin said: "I wanted to donate my hair because I thought a young girl or boy would appreciate my hair much more than I do.
Erin shared a picture of the girls dressed up and said: "Novikov for dinner with my 2nd <3 @dani_ lawrence".
Tair: Cariad Erin x, S4C, yfory (tomorrow), 9pm (English Subtitles)
After a few weeks Erin's parents Julia and Wayne received a letter to say Erin was one of the lucky few who had been offered a place for September.
Erin says it has been wonderful and a pleasure to work with MTM.
Erin, 13, was found dead on October 27, amid claims she had been repeatedly bullied.
ERIN McLachlan (13), a gymnast from Meltham and a pupil at Honley High School, has recently been taking big steps on her route to the top in the world of Artistic Gymnastics.
Lowri Erin, 42, met her husband, Edward, in 1991, two years after he graduated in biochemistry from Cardiff University.
It came after the no-nonsense judge said the former goalie let his partner Erin Boag slip through his fingers on the BBC1 show.