feis


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feis

(fɛʃ)
n
1. (Music, other) an Irish or Scottish festival of music and dance
2. (Dancing) an Irish or Scottish festival of music and dance
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More likely, had Feis been armed, he would not have been able to draw his weapon (a side arm, presumably) quickly enough to stop the shooter, who, with an AR-15, would have had the coach outgunned.
Behind the girl stands a massive crowd of young children and a few adults, looking to Feis with wide eyes.
The team website said Mr Feis graduated from the school in 1999 and worked mainly with the junior varsity and that he lived in nearby Coral Springs with his wife and daughter.
Aaron Feis, a former pupil at the school, was on security duty when the rampage began.
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He said: "I'm proud and delighted to bring The Feis to Liverpool, a great city with such strong ties to Ireland.
When the PUC ruled the FEIS inadequate in 2017 they also ordered that the Traditional Cultural Properties Survey be completed before construction starts, but not before a decision on the final permits is made.
Feis friends of the Marshall Academy of Irish Dance, based in Cramlington | Feis friends of the Marshall Academy of Irish Dance, based in Cramlington
Researchers interviewed the caregivers using the Chinese version of the full 114-item FEIS within one week of admission.
106) In the 2011 FEIS, DOS states that the maximum operating temperature of the proposed pipeline would not exceed 150[degrees] F.
The ROD was prepared after a waiting period on the FEIS that was released April 5.
The lack of information on the implementation of FEIs and the important variations in quality of information received from different member states, in particular, were singled out.