FedEE

AcronymDefinition
FedEEFederation of European Employers (EU)
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FedEE actually works on collating information, its job being to monitor laws around the world and inform (say) Coca-Cola that it now has to do Thing X in order to be in compliance in (say) Azerbaijan -- a narrow niche, but a lucrative one.
FedEE seems to be a one-man show (albeit with assistance), its fortnightly news wire "largely written by me" for the past 30 years.
A comrade joined him, and Rifleman Fedee told the hearing: "By that time we were scared.
Despite the onslaught from above, Rifleman Fedee and others continued to fire on the enemy positions.
FedEE explained that the UK is by far Europe's single biggest exporter of foreign direct investment in the rest of the world.
While lashing out at the island's most famous tourist, Fedee also took a swipe at the natives and officials for offering Winehouse support during her stay.
I had also been perplexed by the number of St Lucians going public to express sympathy and tolerance to the nauseating antics of Amy Winehouse in St Lucia," the Daily star quoted Fedee as writing in the publication.
Himley reached 204 for seven in reply, West Indian overseas recruit Sergio Fedee making 65, while Jamie Harris added a further 60.
Himley have recruited former West Indies Under-19 and Windward Islands all-rounder Sergio Fedee as their overseas player, who makes his debut at Berkswell.