FEIM

AcronymDefinition
FEIMFrequency Electronics, Inc.
FEIMFundación para Estudio e Investigación de la Mujer (Spanish: Foundation for Studies and Research on Women; Argentina)
FEIMFédération Européenne des Investisseurs au Maroc (French: European Federation of Investors in Morocco)
FEIMFour-Electrode Impedance Measurements
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Nonlinear Vibration Analysis Principle of Hard Coating Composite Plate by FEIM
The method is available as a D FLIM system using a pulsed 405 nm diode laser, or as an MP FEIM system using a multiphoton excitation laser as the excitation source and time reference.
She is president of the Fundacion para Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer (FEIM, Foundation for Women's Studies and Research) and coordinator of the International AIDS Society's Working Group on Women and AIDS.
Ed e' subito sera: Feim Ibrahimi in memoriam, for Cello & Piano.
(NASDAQ: FEIM) said it has been awarded a new satellite contract anticipated to exceed USD11m.
And two former deputy foreign ministers: Feim Chaoushev and Krassimir Kostov, turned up in a previous check of government office-bearers.
In Argentina, the Fundacion Interamericana del Corazon (Inter-American Heart Foundation) has made an alliance with the Fundacion de Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer (FEIM, Foundation for Study and Research on Women) and Canadian tobacco control advocates to foster a gender perspective in tobacco policy.
Dyma ddechrau'r doniolwch a'r digrifwch, wrth i ddawnswyr 6'8" mewn tutus coch a mwstashis gyfuno elfennau o feim a slapstic gydag elfennau bale a dawns glasurol.
Fundacion pare Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer (FEIM), 2005
(NASDAQ: FEIM) reported revenues for the second quarter of fiscal 2014, which ended October 31, 2013, of USD17.0m, up from USD16.8m recorded in the preceding quarter and compared to USD17.6m recorded in the second quarter of fiscal 2013.
Argentina (2002) the Fundacion para Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer (FEIM), Servicio de Accion Popular (SeAP), the Department of Social Work and the Masters Program in Social Sciences at the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, with the support of the Consejo Nacional de la Mujer and the Pan American Health Organization.
([dagger]) CEDES (Centre for the Study of State and Society), CELS (Centre for Legal and Social Studies) and FEIM (Foundation for Studies and Research on Women).