FEAU

AcronymDefinition
FEAU2'-Fluoro-5-Ethyl-Ara-U
FEAUFlorida Education Association United
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With the Internet "it is now possible to work in any corner of the world and come and spend one week a month in France," said Thibault de Saint Vincent, president of Barnes France, the principal competitor to Daniel Feau.
Daniel Feau agreed that the profile of those who are leaving has changed, from the idle rich to "managers of major international corporations, entrepreneurs and investors much younger than previously who are scared of the marginal tax rate of 62.21 percent on sales of stock."
Jones JO, Bolton EC, Huang Y, Feau C, Guy RK, Yamamoto KR, et al.
(83) Feau v Department of Social Welfare (1995) 2 HRNZ 528 (HC).
Recently I saw a "feau" or message printed on a T-shirt, which illustrates my point.
His Perigorad verjus, a favorite of Chef David Feau of Lutece, is one of the many products that exemplifies his dedication to the revival of culinary traditions.
David Feau started his vocational training at age 13, was working at a restaurant in Provence by 16, and by 20 received his degree in classic cuisine from L'Ecole Hoteliere.