FFET

AcronymDefinition
FFETFuture Falcon Eve Tools (game; Eve online)
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Yesterday, it was revealed that jobs will be cut at one of the schools run by FFET - the Ellesmere Port Church of England College.
The college was taken on by the FFET after previously being run by the University of Chester Academies Trust (UCAT).
Mr Field, chair of FFET, said: "Sitting in the Port is a prize of great worth which, for understandable reasons, due to previous mismanagement, is currently undervalued.
"Our ethos at FFET is to achieve excellence for all, particularly those from the most deprived backgrounds, and we have the staff who have a track record of doing this.
Principal Iain Robinson told parents in a recent letter: "The Department for Education (DfE) has started the process of transferring the school to the new trust, however this is subject to FFET final due diligence investigations.
"FFET is chaired by wellrespected, long standing local MP for Birkenhead and champion of social justice, Frank Field MP.
I can only assume that all the suave ones in tuxedos were at the all-you-can-eat chicken wing bu ffet.
Tenders are invited for Wooden Rake With Varnish Police Size:- 5 Feet X 1-1/2 Feet X 2- 1/2 Ffet
At their drupa booth they gave pride of place to what was essentially a Caslon digital label press powered by FFETs own workflow software, and including an opaque white print unit.
Information can be stored in a ferroelectric material in the form of an electric dipole moment in a class of devices known as "ferroelectric-field-effect-transistors" or more commonly as FFETs.
(ITL) and FFE Transportation Services (FFETS) have entered a joint venture to provide temperature-controlled and regular trailer services to Puerto Rico from Florida and New Jersey, reports Caribbean Business (Nov.