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AcronymDefinition
FEEDFront-End Engineering and Design
FEEDFood Education Every Day (Montpelier, VT)
FEEDFront End Engineering Development
FEEDFast Exact Euclidean Distance
FEEDFood Environmental Efficiency Day (UK)
FEEDForum for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
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That was a punishment they were almost as fond of as they were of eating, and they expected the sound bees to feed them.
She recalled that she often had wished she might see a lion, close to, make a kill and feed upon it.
We had an easy time getting away--as we learned later, because the saurians do not commence to feed until late in the morning.
If you are feeding me now for work performed, why did you not feed me then when I needed it?
Hand, arm, shoulder, head, and chest, down to the toes of me, I was doomed to feed through.
Fabre has lately shown good reason for believing that although the Tachytes nigra generally makes its own burrow and stores it with paralysed prey for its own larvae to feed on, yet that when this insect finds a burrow already made and stored by another sphex, it takes advantage of the prize, and becomes for the occasion parasitic.
He was hungry, but under such conditions he could not feed.
Of this bird, Sophia, then about thirteen years old, was so extremely fond, that her chief business was to feed and tend it, and her chief pleasure to play with it.
Those three acres will feed as many horses as heaven knows how huge an area of unseeded, uncared for, wasted pasture would feed.
At length I resolved to try a pitfall; so I dug several large pits in the earth, in places where I had observed the goats used to feed, and over those pits I placed hurdles of my own making too, with a great weight upon them; and several times I put ears of barley and dry rice without setting the trap; and I could easily perceive that the goats had gone in and eaten up the corn, for I could see the marks of their feet.
I should like well to hear them neigh over their hardly earned feed of corn, and see them, with their moist necks freed from the harness, dipping their eager nostrils into the muddy pond.
She feeds all creatures that are in the world, all that go upon the goodly land, and all that are in the paths of the seas, and all that fly: all these are fed of her store.