FES

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AcronymDefinition
FESForeign Exchange Student
FESFriedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (German political foundation)
FESFunctional Electrical Stimulation
FESFire and Emergency Services
FESFlat Earth Society (band and organization)
FESFaculty of Earth Sciences (Saudi Arabia)
FESFluent English Speaker
FESFalls Efficacy Scale (psychometrics)
FESFlywheel Energy Storage
FESFirst-Episode Schizophrenia
FESFlared End Section
FESFront End Supervisor
FESFamily Expenditure Survey (UK)
FESFakulta Ekonomicko Spravni (Czech: Faculty of Economics and Administration)
FESFat Embolism Syndrome
FESFear Effect Sedna (gaming)
FESFactor Evaluation System
FESFuzzy Expert System
FESFocus Error Signal
FESFront End Server
FESFast Ethernet Switch
FESForest Enterprise Scotland (UK)
FESFollett Educational Services (Woodridge, IL)
FESFriends of Environment Society (Jordan)
FESFederal Extension Service (various organizations)
FESFlorida Engineering Society
FESFront End System
FESFixed Earth Station (satellite operations)
FESForestry Environmental Studies (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
FESFull En-Suite (real estate)
FESFirst Energy Solutions (various locations)
FESFastiron Edge Switch (Foundry)
FESFront-End Software
FESFire and Explosion Strategy (various locations)
FESFirst Epileptic Seizure (neurology)
FESFundacion para la Educacion Superior (Spanish: Foundation for Higher Education)
FESFiber Ethernet Switch (network management)
FESFanless Embedded System
FESFrisbie Elementary School (Wolcott, CT)
FESFlash Evaporator System
FESFluids Environmental Services (various companies)
FESFlorida Engineering Services, Inc (Miami, FL)
FESField Engineering Service (various organizations)
FESFlextronics Enclosure Systems (division of Flextronics)
FESFlorida Entomological Society
FESFlex Enterprise Services (Adobe)
FESFestina Watches (Tour De France cycling sponsor)
FESV-FES Feline Sarcoma Viral/V-FPS Fujinami Avian Sarcoma Viral Oncogene Homolog
FESFuels Enterprise System (US DoD)
FESForce Embedded Server (Force Computers)
FESFixed End System
FESIron Sulpher
FESFront End Screening
FESFine Error Signal
FESFleet Exercise Section
FESForced Entry Switch
FESFree Enterprise System, Inc. (Jeffersonville, IN)
FESFluids Experiments System
FESFloor Elevation Survey
FESFleet Electronics Shop
FESFlorida Engineering Solutions, Inc (San Antonio, FL)
References in periodicals archive ?
That study also found considerable stability in these overall patterns across the time series of Family Expenditure Surveys.
Posnett (1991), "Charitable Donations by UK Households: Evidence from the Family Expenditure Survey," Applied Economics, 23(February): 343-351.
Family Expenditure Survey (1992), London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
The data used are from the Family Expenditure Survey for the period 1970-84.
The tables in the remainder of this paper are based on the Canadian Family Expenditure Survey data used in NN.(7) Just as in BM, NN find clear patterns in actual budget shares associated with the work statuses of the spouses in husband-wife families.(8)
Spending: The Facts THE latest Family Expenditure Survey from the Office of National Statistics reveals:
The Government's Family Expenditure Survey for the year to March found the typical British household spent an average of pounds 20 a week more last year than in 1996.
The Family Expenditure Survey covered the 12 months between April 1996 and March 1997.
This study employs the 1986 Family Expenditure Survey to test the sensitivity of poverty measurement to the equivalence scale chosen.(7) The sample represents persons living in private households in the ten Canadian provinces.
The leisure industry in the UK is now worth more than pounds 1.7bn a week, according to the latest Family Expenditure Survey from the Office of National Statistics.
Using Government family expenditure surveys and research undertaken by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, the study revealed that 25.4 per cent of the average family's total disposable household income is now spent on running a home.
Using Government family expenditure surveys and research under-taken by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, the study revealed that 25.4pc of the average family's total disposable household income is now spent on running a home.