FEE


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AcronymDefinition
FEEFoundation for Economic Education
FEEFoundation for Environmental Education
FEEFédération des Experts Comptables Européens (European Federation of Accountants)
FEEFederal Environmental Executive
FEEFatal Exception Error
FEEFaculty of Electronic Engineering
FEEForward Equipment Enclosure (NASA)
FEEFrench Echocardiograph Equipment
FEEFlorida Engineers in Education
FEEFire Emblem Empire (gaming website)
FEEFailure End-Event
FEEFunctional Estimating Equation
FEEFördergesellschaft Erneuerbare Energien eV (German: Society for the Promotion of Renewable Energies)
FEEFlared End Element
FEEFormed Element Emboli (medical Doppler studies referring to artery plaque or clot formation)
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I knocked, and desired the servant to beg her master to come down as fast as possible and see a sick man whom we had brought for him to cure; and in order to hasten his movements I placed a piece of money in her hand as the doctor's fee.
As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree, The Angel of the Waters offered all the Seas in fee.
It is to recompense you for any inconvenience that we are paying to you, a young and unknown man, a fee which would buy an opinion from the very heads of your profession.
We rode there--about a mile and a half in the sweltering sun--and visited a little Greek church which they said was built upon the ancient site; and we paid a small fee, and the holy attendant gave each of us a little wax candle as a remembrancer of the place, and I put mine in my hat and the sun melted it and the grease all ran down the back of my neck; and so now I have not any thing left but the wick, and it is a sorry and a wilted- looking wick at that.
As possessor of this fief, Claude Frollo was one of the twenty-seven seigneurs keeping claim to a manor in fee in Paris and its suburbs; and for a long time, his name was to be seen inscribed in this quality, between the Hôtel de Tancarville, belonging to Master François Le Rez, and the college of Tours, in the records deposited at Saint Martin des Champs.
The wizened face of the man of law was twisted into a wrinkled smile, for in his pouch were fourscore golden angels that the Prior had paid him in fee for the case betwixt him and Sir Richard of the Lea.
Another trip to town would mean a peep into the world of luxury, whose doors were so closely barred against him, and, what was more important still, it would mean a fee which would keep the wolf from the door for another week.
While this bankruptcy of the Circling Brothers had been the greatest financial achievement of Harris Collin's life, nevertheless he enjoyed no mean permanent income from his plant, and, in addition, split fees with the owners of his board animals when he sent them to the winter Hippodrome shows, and, more often than not, failed to split any fee at all when he rented the animals to moving-picture companies.
Without otherwise noticing what Doctor Allday had said, she laid the consultation fee on the table.
His consultation fee is a guinea; and he gives a signed estimate beforehand for any supplementary expenses that may follow.
Still without looking at her, he said, 'Take it back; I don't want my fee.
He was very sorry, but he was compelled to give me back my tuition fee and to ask me to leave the school.