FEN


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AcronymDefinition
FENFédération de l'Education Nationale (French: Federation of National Education)
FENFar-End
FENFinancial Economics Network
FENFar East Network
FENFree-Net Erlangen/Nuernberg
FENFree Expression Network
FENForsythe Edwards Notation (chess)
FENFlorida Educational Negotiators
FENFluids, Electrolytes, Nutrition
FENField Engineering Notice
FENFemale Executives Network
FENFailure Event Notification
FENFamilial Endocrine Neoplasia
FENFashion Europe Net (est. 2006; various locations)
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Starting from the National Trust visitor centre, turn right on to the boardwalk trail, heading towards the wooden wind pump, the last working one of its kind in the fens.
The following are some important facts regarding FEN and its expected impact on Peru:
Barangay Walled City in Jolo, marked Bernard Ghen Ted Fen.
We're pleased to get the goahead to develop Fen End with their needs in mind.
Hasta antes del FEN de 1983 se pensaba que el calentamiento se presentaba en la costa peruana y luego se propagaba hacia el oeste, porque los sistemas de corrientes que existen en la region ecuatorial van de este a oeste; sin embargo, en 1983 ocurrio al reves.
Only one site, Winterberry Fen, had intermediate pH and negligible alkalinity ([f.
Heckington Fen Wind Park will generate up to 66MW of clean energy, saving almost 60,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere each year.
In autumn 1839 George Dunn found himself traveling across the rain-swept open fen land of Cambridgeshire.
The new CNME is fen do with attitude -- and it is set to become the path-breaking ICT magazine of the region come January.
Lead Keeper Karen Entwistle is mum to 400 baby fen raft spiders in a purposebuilt, bio-secure pod at the zoo.