FEVR

AcronymDefinition
FEVRFamilial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy
FEVRFédération Européenne des Victimes de la Route (French: European Federation of Road Traffic Victims)
FEVRFremont & Elkhorn Valley Railroad
FEVRFamilial Exudative Vitreal Retinopathy (ophthalmological malady of the vitreous and retina)
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Suspecting FEVR, the patient's family members were invited for ophthalmologic examination.
On ne peut pas, et en cela Pierre Birnbaum a raison, cacher la << dimension juive >> de l'oeuvre de Durkheim (Birnbaum 2008): les references a l'Ancien Testament sont en effet nombreuses dans De la division du travail social et dans FEVR, la religion de l'Ancien Israel sert d'exemple de religion inferieure.
A week after a cyclist was killed in a collision with a lorry during rush hour in central London, the new proposals from Brussels were welcomed by London's Transport Commissioner and the European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR) and Transport & Environment (T&E) campaigning groups.
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Excerpt of a log file with rule triggering fevr. 06 15:10:39 in exl titi performs a diagram action: DiagrammerO 52:addVertex:Classe:titi5: fevr.
In the study, the international research team led by the University of Leeds found that the TSPAN12 gene is faulty in patients with a disease known as FEVR (Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy), which affects the development of the eye.
Among the examples of his isotopies, however, one can find the following joke (Greimas 1971 [1966]: 61 < Point de vue, 23 fevr.1962):
The generic description of FEVR coating polymers is that they consist of fluoro-oletin units (amely CTFE (clilorotiiiluoroethylene) orTrE (tetrafluoroethylene)l, along with various vinyl ether units and pendant functional groups (e.g., hydroxyl groups).
He said: "Research by the FEVR (European Federation of Road Traffic Victims) shows 72% lose interest in everyday activities.