- n. A surname of Romance-language origin.
“Steve Eramo: Just maybe some of the acting challenges you find initially stepping into the role?”
“Also hampered by the quake are producers of paraxylene, which is used in plastic beverage bottles, with 24 percent of Japan's capacity offline, Eramo said.”
“With Japanese plants forced to idle 19 percent of their capacity for caustic soda because of the earthquake, U.S. chemical producers such as Dow and Occidental Petroleum Corp. may benefit, said Mark Eramo, executive vice president of consultant Chemical Market Associates Inc. in Houston.”
“A lady tells me, she was at a loss about the dance yesterday evening, because she had not been instructed in the _programma_; and a gentleman, talking of the pleasures he enjoyed supping last night at a friend's house, exclaims, _Eramo pur jeri sera in Appolline [G]!”
“After DeBernardis was hit by a pitch, Eramo followed with his second home run in as many days, a two-run shot to make it”
“Eramo is unloading sodas from the back of a truck, while Russell surveys the mess in the new fourth-floor offices.”
“• Eramo had the walk-off single against Seton Hall while Johnson tied the score with a sacrifice fly in the eighth.”
“Eramo finished with two hits and three RBI while sophomore”
“After a DeBernardis single, Eramo hit a two-run home run to right field to make it 4-0.”
“Eramo comes to Penn State from Blinn Junior College with a power bat from the left side.”
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