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  • They made a fifteen-minute stop at a Walmart where Eran spent another fifty bucks on stuff like toothpaste, shampoo and soap, a hairbrush, all chosen by him because Brynna just stood next to him in the aisles with that I-have-no-idea expression Eran was learning to recognize.

    Highborn

  • Although she’d seen computers everywhere, from the police station where Eran worked to the offices she visited as a translator to the stores in which she infrequently shopped, it really hadn’t registered just how quickly someone’s—namely Eran’s—privacy could be destroyed.

    Highborn

  • Eran Heimer, senior deputy to the country's accountant general, described short-term flows into the shekel as "not healthy," warning that they threaten stability in this export-dependent economy.

    Emerging Markets Flex Muscles on Currency

  • Having grown up around the world, it's not surprising that Tel Aviv-based director Eran Riklis refuses to settle on a genre, even within the same movie.

    Dan Lybarger: Home in Exile: An Interview With Eran Riklis

  • "Start-ups here on average are more ambitious and do bigger things," says Eran Shir, who sold an Israeli advertising-technology company to Yahoo in 2010 and is an UpWest Labs mentor.

    Israelis Tap In to Silicon Valley

  • Otherwise, praying to Eran or even acknowledging him is considered bad luck under normal circumstances and may doom a risky but viable plan to failure if he takes an interest.

    ARC Giveaway Contest! «

  • ODA Architecture founder Eran Chen, who was working at Perkins Eastman when first hired in 2007, made those arches an integral part of the facade's design.

    Opulently Hidden, In Plain Sight

  • Eran Gartner , president of the transportation division of Bombardier, which also is a major provider of other train systems, says subways can cost roughly 50% more than monorails to build, depending on location.

    Has the Monorail's Future Finally Arrived?

  • We suspect that even today, not having a job is more stressful for men than for women," Eran Shor, a sociology professor at McGill University in Montreal, said in a university news release."

    Research: Unemployment plays role in early deaths

  • Eran Geva, a junior research scientist at New York University, says it best: "You feel like a tourist."

    Ferry From Sadness

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