FRER

AcronymDefinition
FRERFirst Response Early Result (pregnancy test)
FRERFront Range Equine Rescue (Larkspur, CO)
FRERFoundation for Rehabilitation Education and Research
FRERFood Recall and Emergency Response (now Office of Food Safety and Recall; Canadian Food Inspection Agency)
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"Oing do twarnee yres n prson frer." (I'd do 20 years in prison for her) declared the dream dad who has turned his luxury home in Swaffham into faeces-strewn, stock-car racing, stinking hellhole of a blot on the landscape.
The estimates of fundamental real exchange rates (FRER) became an important source of information during the discussion on introducing the ERM II exchange rate band or setting the central parity band [Smidkova, Barrell, and Holland, 2002].
Juan Ignacio Romero, (1) Mariana Ines Holubiec, (1) Tamara Logica Tornatore, (1) Stephanie Riviere, (1) Eva-Maria Hanschmann, (2,3) Rodolfo Alberto Kolliker- Frers, (1) Julia Tau, (4) Eduardo Blanco, (5) Pablo Galeano, (6) Fernando Rodriguez de Fonseca, (7) Christopher Horst Lillig, (3) and Francisco Capani (1,8,9)
(22.) Kolliker Frers RA, Bisoendial RJ, Montoya SF, et al.
A team of around 20 in-house designers and engineers works with the world-renowned Frers Naval Architecture and Engineering.
This paper builds n these concerns and related calls to explore 'geographies of absence' (Frers, 2013; Meiei et al, 2013), but in the context of a quite different kind of 'living absence': that of domestic 'missing persons', (1) with specific reference to 'being missing' in urban places.
Larry Frers, currently leading human resources for Field Management will assume Kudelka's prior post.