FEV

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AcronymDefinition
FEVFévrier (French: February)
FEVForced Expiratory Volume (lung capacity test)
FEVFederación Española del Vino (Spanish: Spanish Wine Federation)
FEVFar End Voice
FEVFuture Electric Vehicle
FEVFédération des Étudiants de Valenciennes (French: Students Federation of Valenciennes; Valenciennes, France)
FEVFinca Esperanza Verde (tourism project; Nicaragua)
FEVFédération Évangélique Vaudoise (Swiss Evangelican federation)
FEVFull Electric Vehicle (cars)
FEVForced Evolutionary Virus (game)
FEVFlesh-Eating Virus
FEVFrench Enamel Varnish
FEVFibrosing Mediastinitis, Effusion, Vasculitis
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It was discovered that the man had contracted a flesh-eating virus, which was the cause of the sore and bumps.
6 (3) Cabin Fever (15) Flesh-eating virus terror stalks the woods.
FLESH-EATING virus Necrotising Fascitis is such perfect subject matter for a horror movie it's surprising that debutant writer-director Eli Roth is the first to do it.
A group of models head to a remote cabin for a week of partying when, one by one, they fall victim to a flesh-eating virus. Along the way they encounter angry hillbillies, a rabid dog and a murderous local.
10) I pledge to visit the doctor to examine the patch of dry skin on the back of my hand, rather than automatically assuming (after a quick internet search) that I've got a flesh-eating virus. 11) I pledge to learn how to credibly say Welsh words in a Scottish accent.
I've put the car in the garage/got no petrol/contracted a flesh-eating virus.
That cheery, Deliverance-style journey into backwoods America, where stranded teens battled a flesh-eating virus, grossed $100m on a $1.5m budget - there's a pattern emerging here - and perhaps more significantly caught the attention of Roth's idol, Tarantino.
Just as Cabin Fever was inspired by personal experience of a nasty skin disease and an article about a flesh-eating virus, so too was Hostel apparently grounded in real life.
Writer-director Eli Roth's previous entry in the horror genre, "Cabin Fever," was about young sex-crazed vacationers attacked by a flesh-eating virus. While never quite sure whether or not it was a parody of itself, "Cabin Fever" had a refreshing degree of unhinged gruesomeness.
Instead, death lurks in the water supply, which is contaminated with a lethal flesh-eating virus - and it's hungrier for young meat than Demi Moore.