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in old Irish law, a fine paid by a murderer to the family of his victim. For Scotland, see ASSYTHMENT.
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According to the jury, 'In investment banking, the Scandinavian strengths of Citi - led by Nordic chairman Eirik Winter - are on full display in Finland, where it is the country's best investment bank.
"The US had full knowledge of opposition groups' terrorist plans, and yet did not denounce them," Eirik Vold told Prensa Latina, adding that the US had prior knowledge of a planned attack on a natural gas pipeline, which resulted in a ten percent decrease in Bolivia's in gas exports to Brazil.
Owner of the Holmen Husky dog farm and an experienced musher who's competed in Europe's longest dog-sledding race, the Finnmarkrace, 14 times, Eirik is - by contrast - someone who does know how to survive in the great outdoors.
The finding indicates that the "deep Atlantic is not as stable as previously thought," according to the study's lead author, Eirik Galaasen of the University of Bergen in Norway, "perhaps especially so when the North Atlantic is warmer and fresher, which may be the case again in the near future."
Content: Introduction, Jorgen Bruhn, Anne Gjelsvik, and Eirik Frisvold Hanssen Part I: Rethinking the Core Questions 1.
Drilling services company Ocean Rig UDW Inc (NASDAQ:ORIG) reported on Monday the execution of a definitive agreement for its semi-submersible drilling rig, called the Eirik Raude, under a previous Letter of Intent.
Eirik got a real surprise when he picked up the camera eight hours later.
Eirik Romslo's role is to stimulate exports and help with potential inward investment from Norway to the North East, a task that has been helped recently by the opening of a weekday link between Newcastle and Bergen by Eastern Airways which complements its existing route from Newcastle to Stavanger.
Eirik was one of 30 students from the Product Design course at the University of Teesside taking part in the competition which was launched by Asda to mark the opening of its new store.
Even so I was bemused to clap eyeson Eirik Bakke (ex-Leeds United) and two of his Norwegian playing colleagues pushing prams round the pool, while the Wags soaked up the sun on the loungers!
The interview in the May/June '06 issue profiling the National Theatre of Norway's artistic director Eirik Stubo ("He's Got Ibsen by the Tail") fails to address the crucial issue of multiculturalism.
Leeds United have revealed that Eirik Bakke's high wages mean he is being allowed to leave the Elland Road club.