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FEREFlorida Extreme Riding Exhibitions (Lakeland, Florida)
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de la Fere's apartment, he rapped impatiently, and entered almost without waiting for the word "Enter!" which was vouchsafed him by a voice at once sweet and serious.
de la Fere, without accenting his words more strongly, but with a rather severer look.
The master, having got the carriage ready, ordered one of his men to drive the strangers to La Fere. Porthos took his seat by the side of Aramis, whispering in his ear, "I understand."
"Does Monsieur le Comte de la Fere live here?" asked Planchet.
"Then," cried Planchet joyously, "I see well that it is the same Comte de la Fere whom we seek.
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The story told by the women of La Fere in "Sus sus regrets sortez de nos poitrines" is but a variation on this theme.
The government hopes the FERE will encourage bank lending and assist smaller banks, some of which may face intervention if the deterioration in their loan portfolios continues.
Although Banzer said the FERE is "the economic flexibilization of a Bolivian model that is neither state capitalism nor free market," the small debtors were not impressed and said they would continue their protests.
George Boyadjis, past chair of FEI and now FERF Chapter Liaison for the Twin Cities Chapter, says: "FERE research is truly a hidden crown jewel within the FEI/FERF family.