FMES

AcronymDefinition
FMESFondation Méditerranéenne d'Etudes Stratégiques (French: Mediterranean Foundation for Strategic Studies)
FMESFlorida Medical Educational Services (online continuing medical education company)
FMESFranciscan Montessori Earth School (Portland, OR)
FMESFiches Mode d'Emploi Standardisées (French: Standardized Forms for Use)
FMESFailure Modes and Effects Summary (reliability)
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Under the rules for the setting of transmission wheeling rates (RTWR), the grid operator is allowed recover the cost it incurred for the repair, restoration and rehabilitation of its transmission assets and other related facilities damaged by the FMEs including sabotage and a storm.
* Hypothesis III: Educational performance of Child Houses has a positive impact on Final Mathematics Examination (FME) of at-risk students.
Through the years FME became a manufacturer of products ranging from radios, washing machines and power mowers to water heaters, air conditioners and storage batteries.
Nowadays, senior investigating officers who want an FME to attend the scene of a death must request one through the force control room, which then contacts Reliance.
Det Supt Neil Malkin, of Durham Police, said: "We are hoping to increase the number of FMEs to 13 but they will be there to concentrate on the forensic medical work they have been trained in, such as carrying out examinations in alleged sexual offences.
FMES was established in 1992 to provide comprehensive heating, ventilating, air conditioning and lighting project development and implementation services, including financing, to the real estate industry.
'The representative FMEs [Foreign Meat Establishments] in the Government of New Zealand were inspected/audited by the DA Inspection Mission [DAIM] and were found to comply with the Philippine quarantine and meat inspection systems procedures,' he said in the order dated July 1.