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Eris (in Greek religion)

Eris (ē´rĬs), in Greek religion, goddess of strife. Angered at not being invited to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, she threw the apple of discord among the wedding guests (see Paris, in Greek mythology).

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ERIS Emergency Response Information System
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