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No, at your registrar where you register your domains you can specify for each domain which name servers are responsible for that domain. So if you have a domain example.com and want to use ns1.ermedia.nl and ns2.ermedia.nl as name servers, then you have to tell you registrar that you want to use these name servers for example.com (most registrars have a web interface for their customers where customers can make these changes themselves).
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