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FIEFFukuoka International Exchange Foundation (Japan)
FIEFFlorida Insurance Education Foundation, Inc. (Tallahassee, FL)
FIEFFédération Internationale d'Economie Familiale
FIEFFault Injection for the Experimental Validation of Fault-Tolerant Computing Systems
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Will Nitish Kumar be a thorn in this rosy relationship of family fiefs? Nitish's obsessive compulsive distaste of Narendra Modi may have forced him to gulp his ego down for a promise of a backup in Bihar, but this will not agree to his constitution and he may throw up another surprise.
Among the topics are the transformation of the fief into the common law tenure in fee, the law and crime of arson in England 1200-1350, King Henry III and the Jews in 1255, lawyers retained by Peterborough Abbey in the late 13th and early 14th centuries, and the wills and testamentary trials of Sir John Fastolf.
'Le Monarque, Son Fils, Son Fief' (The monarch, his son, his fief) by Marie-Celie Guillaume has topped the French bestseller charts for seven weeks, surprising critics and embarrassing the French right.
Waitrose has Domaine du Vieux Vauvert Vouvray, an off-dry white great with fish, on sale at pounds 6.39 down from pounds 7.99 and another food-friendly wine, the lean and interesting Fief Gurin 2008 Muscadet Ctes de Grandlieu Sur Lie, on sale at pounds 5.19 down from pounds 6.49.
Bernice de Braal is a librarian, and Peter Newman is a business and marketing lecturer for the University of Hertfordshire THE FOUR INSTITUTIONAL TYPES AND THEIR INFORMATION STRATEGIES Relational Informational complexity strategy MARKET high reduce BUREAUCRACY low reduce FIEF low absorb CLAN medium absorb
Land has been held on perpetual lease or fief from the Seigneur of the island.
In an editorial under the title, "Lebanon for the Lebanese", The New York Times on March 5 said: "Syria's dynastic dictatorship has run Lebanon as a profitable fief, twisting the arms of Lebanese politicians, and the language of Lebanon's constitution, to serve its own interests.
BP's CI fief Executive Lord John Browne expressed satisfaction at the pace of progress and noted the increase in production from the assets of the new joint venture company, which is up so far this year by 10 percent, as well as in the level of exports.
It's complicated terrain where each interest, except the consumer, has a fief.