Erne

HMS Erne was a British Black Swan Class escort sloop of 1250 tons displacement launched in 1940. She was armed with six 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and ten smaller guns. Two 3-drum type boilers provided a top speed of 19.25 knots and she carried a complement of 180.
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erne

<ornithology> A sea eagle, especially. The European white-tailed sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla). ... Origin: AS. Earn eagle; akin to D. Arend, OHG. Aro, G. Aar, Icel, Sw, & Dan. Orn, Goth. Ara, and to Gr. Bird. ... (06 Mar 1998) ...
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Erne

• (n.) A sea eagle, esp. the European white-tailed sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla).
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Erne

Erne (ûrn) , river, 72 mi (116 km) long, rising in Lough Gowna, Co. Longford, N Republic of Ireland. It flows NW through SW Northern Ireland, then back through the Republic before entering the Atlantic Ocean at Donegal Bay. Grazing predominates in the Erne basin; Enniskillen is the chief town. ...
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Erne

The Erne or Sea Eagle (Haliaetus albicilla) is a brown bird of prey with a white tail. It feeds on carrion and also lambs. The nest is built on a sea- cliff, an inland rock, in trees and bushes or on the ground. The Erne breeds in Norethern and Western Scotland and in Norway, but sometimes visits England.
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