Did you possibly mean emir?
“The word eirēnē is from the Greek goddess of the same name (Pax in Roman mythology) and was a deity that was against war.”
“This is not much help to Latvia, where the word begins with "eir".”
“Safety is served by meeting th eir compulsive networking halfway, allowing them to check messages, make calls and tap the cloud by voice command rather than by fumbling with a touchscreen.”
“House Republican leaders have called swift passage of an FAA bill one of their priorities, and th eir current version doesn't appear to include any provisions likely to hold up final passage.”
“The Twilight sagas growing legion of fans will flock to th! is in th eir black-clad droves meaningful just what to expect.”
“It is interesting that a person who was complaining about eir culture being stolen suggest that the Burners go and steal someone else's culture.”
“Mr. Walsh and his wife, Amy, recently spent three days 'vacation from their jobs and several weekends transforming th eir yard into a fenced "cemetery," with three big tents filled with frightful displays, including a bloody victim.”
“In fact, Putnam Investments has a suite of absolute-return funds, the 100, 300, 500 and 700 series, all of which try to do th eir job by number.”
“Now [that we are] into direct negotiations we expect that both parties will do everything within th eir power to create an environment for those negotiations to continue constructively.”
“Gary Perlin told investors during a conference call, "With increasing quarterly origination of new accounts, improving charge-offs, and a gradually moderating impact of run-off, we expect domestic card balances to be approaching th eir lows.”
Looking for tweets for eir.