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FEERFonds Enregistré de Revenu de Retraite (French: Fund Registered Retirement Income; Canada Revenue Agency)
FEERFar Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong business magazine)
FEERFundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate
FEERFuture Earnings and Employment Record (UK)
FEERField Even-Echo Rephasing
FEERForeign Exchange Encashment Receipt (Nepal)
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g., Marshall, 1978; Emmons y Feer, 1997); sin embargo, algunos ejemplares de esta especie han sido capturados en trampas vivas colocadas en el sotobosque (e.
These are generally referred to as "postauricular patches" or "postauricular tufts." Emmons and Feer (1997:187) stated that S.
(29) On the epithet jnato (a Prakrit form, nominative singular of a past participle based on the transitive theme jna-), which I understand in the passive sense as meaning "renowned," "illustrious", as in Feer (3): "illustre"); cf.
The species is present in primary and secondary forests, and even in plantations, usually associated with streams (Emmons and Feer, 1997; Reis et al., 2006).
El origen, evolucion e irradiacion de las especies se conoce como biogeografia, termino que es definido por EMMONS & FEER (1999), como el resultado de la combinacion de la historia geologica de la tierra con la evolucion de los organismos.
Among those scheduled to appear are Black Kennedy and Bree Feer. All Houstonians are invited to attend this event to check out the new venue and listen to some great music.
A hugely progressive five-year-old son of Galileo, he is unbeaten in three races since joining Cumani at the start of the year, winning the Geoffrey Feer on his most recent o u t in g and the n deliberately being kept off the track to keep him fresh for the Melbourne Cup.
Scolomys (Rodentia: Cricetidae), es un genero de roedor Sigmodontino que ocurre en la cuenca amazonica, con distribucion geografica en el oriente de Ecuador, sur de Colombia, nororiente del Peru y occidente de Brasil (Patton & da Silva 1995, Emmons & Feer 1997, Eisenberg & Redford 1999, Castro-Revelo & Zapata-Rios 2001, Gomez-Laverde et al 2004), alcanza los 1150 m de altitud (Nowak 1991) y habita bosques de tierra firme (Emmons & Feer 1997, Patton et al.
The pipe operated benveea the temperatures of 50 and 140 degrees Fahreaieir (10-60 degrees Celsius), and carried uupressurized heating water TLe pipe was configured in aa 1 shape, with the borizoatal leg of The L being 200 feer (60.96m) long and the vertical offset leg being 20 feer (6 lai) long.