FEMIA

AcronymDefinition
FEMIAFederal Energy Management Improvement Act
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"She just doesn't give up," her catcher, Femia, said.
Among new OEMs investing in Mexico over the recent past are Canada's Bombardier, France's Latecoere or Spain's ITP Aero, notes Femia. Part of the growth in the industry is the result of strong domestic demand for new aircraft.
"The hot pot is quite spicy and will complement the kingdom's weather well," said Femia. "Although guests can request it as spicy, or not, as they would like.
Femia said she leans toward mycophenolate if there's concern about lung involvement.
Femia also cautioned leaders against oversimplifying the link between climate change and rising terrorism threats.
Martin & Femia (2004) proposed a new rater agreement measure, called Delta ([DELTA]), which was developed in the context of multiple-choice test where a student has to choose among one of M possible responses for each of N targets known to the evaluator.
Femia holds that Machiavelli supports his generalizations with examples drawn from several different periods of history.
(5) Femia, Joseph, 1983, "Gramsci's Patrimony", en British Journal of Political Science, Vol.
Speaking ahead of the election yesterday, Joseph Femia, a political philosopher at Edge Hill University, said: "It's difficult to predict but it seems as if Obama has a clear lead, but in the 2004 election John Kerry was ahead in the exit polls and lost."
Planet Flowline has installed a Femia of France Model TN11 dry cleaner at the Alpine Cold Stores plant, to improve the efficiency of their vegetable preparation lines on peas and beans.
Actually, if young Italo architect Alfonso Femia has his way, just three years from now the entire grounds of the Venice fest could be transformed into a modern "metaphysical" area, graced by a new Palazzo Del Cinema, plus a large lower-level market.