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A female given name from the Germanic languages.
Etymology: Spelling variant of Erica, the feminine form of Eric, or borrowed directly from modern Scandinavia, ultimately from Old Norse Eiríkr.
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The numerical value of Erika in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of Erika in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Martha Leticia Castaneda Rojas said. Erika Santana, president of the Tijuana Attorney Bar Association and a prominent human rights leader, said the area could be overwhelmed if Trump follows through on his campaign pledge. This could become a total humanitarian crisis, currently, shelters are not equipped for more people. There are not enough rooms, not enough food and not enough medical supplies. City doctors are struggling just to tend to taxpayers and are over-extended – this could be a huge problem. Marcela Celoiro, the San Diego-based Consulate General of Baja Mexico, favors preparation, but not panic. We don't know what is going to happen.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Officer integrity goes to the heart of what we do here every single day, Chief Erika Shields said in a statement. Its imperative the public have trust in our word and our actions. Its extremely disappointing to see the victim of a fatal shooting be victimized twice by the actions of one of our officers.
Another actress, Erika Christensen, had to disconnect from Scarlett Johansson because it didn’t go well. That was in that report.
Erika’s really a sweetheart until you make her angry. I lived through it, she’s got a very creative side to her that I think is interesting.
United Network for Organ Sharing:
Our hearts break for Erika and her family and the many others like her who continue to wait for a transplant.
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