FIESTA


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FIESTAFast Imaging Employing Steady-state Acquisition (imaging sequence in magnetic resonance diagnostics)
FIESTAFormation Internationale en Epidémiologie et Statistique de Terrain Approfondies (French)
FIESTAFokker's Integrated Engineering System for Thermal Analysis (software suite for temperature calculation of spacecraft)
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He said security personnel was being deployed in areas where major events relative to the fiesta celebration are held.
Last year, Health ministry recalled Fiesta Stamina and Fiesta Big Black condoms on grounds that they were substandard.
A Cleveland Police spokeswoman said: "We are investigating a spate of thefts of Ford Fiesta ST Line vehicles in the Cleveland force area and are appealing for the public's help.
The Fiesta's 20th-anniversary edition will be ushered in by the marquee Trade Pavilion with no less than 14 exporters exhibiting handicraft, holiday decor, personal accessories, packaged food and other Philippine products.
First pleasant surprise is that the Fiesta Active is not at all bad to drive.
Fiesta Mart serves customers from over 90 countries of origin.
At first glance the new Fiesta doesn't look dramatically different from the previous model but subtle changes have been made to side panels, grille, front and rear lights that give it a more suave appearance and it is slightly longer and wider than before.
Paprika will retire in 2017 to make way for Fiesta's new color of the year.
The new entry-level Fiesta Zetec model features 15in alloy wheels and front fog lights, and the cheapest engine available is a 1.25-litre four-cylinder that generates 81bhp and averages 54.3mpg in official tests.
He joined Fiesta last year and has focused on reinvigoration of the company's core consumer promise: "To provide consumers the freshest quality products and extensive assortment, at the value they need to celebrate food and family every day."