FEBAForward Edge of the Battle Area
FEBAFédération Européenne des Banques Alimentaires (French: European Federation of Food Banks)
FEBAFaculty of Economics and Business Administration (various universities)
FEBAFar Eastern Broadcasting Association (West Sussex, England, UK)
FEBAFirst Enterprise Business Agency (est. 1989; Nottingham, UK)
FEBAFédération Étudiante du Bassin d'Aurillac (French student federation)
FEBAFar East Broadcasting Associates (UK)
FEBAFeatures, Evidence, Benefits, and Agreement (training format)
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FEBA combines therapeutic efforts in session and out of session, identifying those behaviors influenced by the same factors in both contexts (i.e., these behaviors have different topographies but serve the same function).
During the conduct of a winter defense, the reserve is located significantly closer to the FEBA and is significantly larger than in the summer.
The loans are issued by FEBA on behalf of the Start Up Loans Company, which is funded by the government.
Only two players -- Feba with 17 and Emi with 13 -- could reach double figures.
The church, as part of its commitment to mission outreach, will offer during the festival craft items made by the Freeport, Bahama-based Karazim Ministries, which supports the forgotten poor of Grand Bahama Island and FEBA, or Woman, Cradle of Abundance, a Congo-based ministry which provides educational opportunities for women and street children in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
US FEBA WOMAN: The Federation of Balkan Association or FEBA celebrates what it means to be a woman fighting for change.
Moffat, who ran veterans' group FEBA (the Forward Edge of Battle), phoned the threats to Asda in Kilmarnock, claiming he had planted explosives in the supermarket chain's car parks across the west of Scotland in February 2010.
Meral addressed the opening of "Balkans-America Trade and Investment Forum" organized jointly with Federation of Balkan American Associations, FEBA.
The demarcation between close and deep then becomes the distance from the forward edge of the battle area (FEBA) into enemy held terrain that the commander's weapon system with maximum range can "reach out and touch" the enemy.
Fire Scout has the ability to autonomously take-off from and land on any ship control station equipped aviation capable warship and also at unprepared landing zones close to the forward edge of the battle area (FEBA).
There are six air-to-surface missions such as "interdiction," exemplified when our CF-18 Hornets destroyed enemy surface targets, distant from the Forward Edge of the Battle Area (FEBA) during the 1999 Kosovo conflict, and provided "close-air support" to the allied land forces during the Kuwaiti-liberation Gulf War in 1991.
The paper points out that the meeting organized by the Federation of Balkan American Associations (FEBA) and the Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) in New York was attended by Bosnian President Haris Silajdzic, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov, Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet DavutoAlu, Greek Foreign Minister Dimitris Droutsas, Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Jandrokovic, Albanian Foreign Minister Edmond Haxhinasto and New York Governor David Paterson.