FCEC

AcronymDefinition
FCECFederació Catalana d'Entitats Corals (Catalan: Catalan Federation of Choirs)
FCECFrançoise Cisamolo Expertise Comptable (French accounting company)
FCECFederation of Civil Engineering Contractors (est. 1919; UK)
FCECFair and Clean Energy Coalition (Portland, OR)
FCECFlorida Council for Exceptional Children
FCECForeign Currency Exchange Corp. (Orlando, FL)
FCECFiduciaire de Contrôle et d'Expertise Comptable de Cannes (French accounting company)
FCECFannin County Electric Cooperative (Texas)
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L'organisation de la delegation canadienne au congres de Washington avait ainsi ete assuree a la fois par la FCEC et la Centrale jeciste de Montreal (30).
Au Canada, c'est en 1935 qu'une Federation canadienne des etudiants catholiques (FCEC) fut fondee sous l'impulsion de representants des universites Laval, de Montreal et d'Ottawa.
Fired by Taylor's concerns, the FCEC raised 3,500 [pounds sterling] to fund its evangelical activities, such as supplying hotels and lodging houses with copies of the Bible.
In response to this 'papal aggression,' anti-Catholic sentiment was running high in the summer of 1851 and on at least two occasions fights broke out between missionaries hired by the FCEC and worshippers at the Catholic church in the West End.
FCEC, founded in 1902, is a full-service cooperative providing grain handling and marketing, agronomy services and feed and petroleum products to 1,176 members in northwest Iowa.
COHEN: Poesia de nuestro tiempo, traduccion de Augusto Monterroso, FCEc, Mexico, 1963, pp.
Tower Bancorp, Inc (NASDAQ: TOBC) has signed a definitive merger agreement with First Chester County Corporation (NASDAQ: FCEC) under which Tower will acquire First Chester in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately USD65m or USD10.22 per share.