ENR may refer to:

In organizations:

  • Energizer Holdings, an American manufacturer that has NYSE code ENR
  • Emissora Nacional de Radiodifusão, now Rádio e Televisão de Portugal, the Portuguese public service broadcasting corporation

In transportation:

  • Egyptian National Railways, the national railway in Egypt
  • Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway
  • East Norfolk Railway, a former railway in the United Kingdom, now site of the heritage Bure Valley Railway


  • Engineering News-Record, a weekly magazine about construction by McGraw-Hill Construction
  • Enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase, an enzyme which catalyzes an essential step in fatty acid biosynthesis
  • Esercito Nazionale Repubblicano (National Republican Army), the army of the Italian Social Republic from 1943 to 1945
  • Ending Net Receivable, a financial term used by certain credit card companies
  • Excess Noise Ratio, in radio frequency electronics a normalized measure of how much the noise power is above the thermal noise floor

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Edgardo Enríquez - Biography - Family and Careers
... Enríquez Frödden was born into an upper middle class family that featured prominently in the political history of the city of Concepción, Chile ... His sister, Inés Enríquez Frödden, (1913–1998) was a lawyer, a leader of the Chilean Radical Party and the first woman elected into the chamber of deputies of the Chilean ... His brother, Humberto Enríquez Frödden, (1907–1989) was a law professor, Chilean senator and minister of health ...
Carlos Enríquez Gómez - Style
... Enríquez' signature visual language was mainly composed by fluid lines, overlapping color forms, transparencies and dynamic figure compositions ... One of the foremost examples of Enríquez's romancero guajiro and of his painting in general is El Rapto de las mulatas (The Abduction of the Mulatto ... Enríquez's paintings are about ecstasy when they are not about violence, for in both themes he identified one of the fundamental characteristics of his latitudes-the strident, orgasmic ...
Claudio Enría
... Claudio Marcelo Enría (born 28 August 1973 in San Justo, Santa Fe) is an Argentine football striker who most recently played for Colón de Santa Fe ... Enría started his career in 1992 with Newell's Old Boys, after only one season with the club he left to play for Club Atlético Lanús ... In 1998 Enría joined Sevilla FC in Spain, but it didn't work out for him and he returned to Argentina later that year to play for Belgrano de Córdoba ...
Andrés Molina Enríquez - Influence & Work - Land Reform
... the nation problems in Mexico at the time, Molina Enríquez believed land reform was needed ... In August 1911, Plan de Texcoco was issued, in which Molina Enríquez called for establishing a dictatorship committed to land reform ... Molina Enríquez would eventually go on to be a key adviser to the committee which drafted article 27 of the Mexican Constitution and a member of the ...