FIESTA


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FIESTAFast Imaging Employing Steady-state Acquisition (imaging sequence in magnetic resonance diagnostics)
FIESTAFormation Internationale en Epidémiologie et Statistique de Terrain Approfondies (French)
FIESTAFokker's Integrated Engineering System for Thermal Analysis (software suite for temperature calculation of spacecraft)
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4-litre automatic completes the Fiesta line-up and is offered with a choice of Style+, Zetec and Titanium trim and equipment levels.
The 17th annual Fiesta Broadway was about enjoying Latino heritage and avoided politics, for the most part.
Fiesta organizers hope to reclaim public spaces that in recent years have been occupied by violent gangs in the barrios.
The comparisons are made as the Fiesta celebrates its 30th anniversary, having attracted more than three million buyers in the UK.
When the Fiesta was first launched in 1976 it cost pounds 1,856, which is more expensive than today's entry-level model when inflation is taken into account.
Davis wrote in Car and Driver, the Fiesta was a car so simple, "it could be disassembled in the driveway by a hyperactive five yearold.
First pictures of the new Fiesta will be revealed next week ahead of the car's world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
The 2013 award marks the 20th straight year that Fiesta Parade Floats has built the Parade's Sweepstakes Trophy winning float entry.
The 2016 Ford Fiesta is on sale for $15,560 for the base level Ford Fiesta S trim.
Yet the affordable, sprightly, five-seat Fiesta ranks as a top nameplate in the United States in fuel economy among 2014 cars with conventional gasoline engines.