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a shallow salt lake in south central Australia about 35 feet below sea level

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A bit of research led Bob to others who had sailed on Lake Eyre in the floods of the 1970s, and in the ensuing exchange of emails someone suggested the group should form a club.
Here she ambitiously sets out to uncover the spirited and sensitive author behind the classic heroine Jane Eyre in this fictionalized biography.
The hosts led inside two minutes when keeper Nicky Eyre released Essandoh who burst forward before sending a powerful strike under Danny McDonnell.
It's directed by award-winning Sir Richard Eyre, best known for films such as Notes On A Scandal and Iris.
A couple of years ago, CU alumnus Ashley Eyre, then taking classes on metal shop and welding, made a bracelet by flattening a piece of scrap aluminum, rolling it and drilling a series of holes in it.
Spencer Tunick's temporary colonisation of the Wilkinson Eyre Gateshead Millennium Bridge by naked volunteers deliciously blurs the worlds of architecture, art and engineering.
Nigel Eyre, 31, was jailed for six years after admitting three charges of conspiracy with a former prisoner to smuggle the drugs into Featherstone Jail near Cannock.
A breath of fresh Eyre; intertextual and intermedial reworkings of Jane Eyre.
Married father-of-one Nigel Eyre (31) was remanded on bail for reports and told by Judge John Warner at Stafford Crown Court: "I make it clear the fact I am granting you bail that sentences of the court can be of any form and it is overwhelmingly likely that you will receive an immediate prison sentence.
Co-produced by BBC and WGBH Boston, Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre is a 2-DVD movie adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel about strong woman and the buried secrets she must confront.
Toby Stephens is Edward Rochester opposite Ruth Wilson's title character in ``Jane Eyre,'' the latest in a long line of adaptations of Charlotte Bronte's novel, beginning tonight on KCET.
Appropriately, Eyre tells Helen's story in a voice that never loses its girlish wonderment, even as it grows, as Helen does, in confidence and authority.
We are thrilled to move to such a prestigious, quintessential New York address such as Rock Center," said Paul Eyre, managing partner of Baker Hostetler's New York office.
LES EYRE, the former Thirsk trainer now plying his trade in Spain, had his biggest winner since making the switch when Mushajer landed the Mijas Cup on Sunday, writes David Lawrence.
Grays goalkeeper Nicky Eyre produced a smart stop from Wayne Curtis' long-range effort, while Bentley went close with a header from Carlton's outswinging corner.