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afear

(əˈfɪə)
vb (tr)
to frighten or make afraid
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AFEE represents renowned global brands, including AFTEC, FCG, Flexicon, Hubbell Incorporated Companies [Burndy, Chalmit Lighting, Hawke International, Victor lighting, Raco and Killark], Hawke Transit System, Raxton, Raychem RPG, Rexway, Revalco, Silver fox and Tekom-Puk; and takes pride in being one of the largest stockists in the world for Hawke, she says.
" Nadine's political career is hangingby a thread after she chose to take afee, believed to be around PS40,000 fromITV, to appear on the reality show.
In1998DavidNicholsonstillhadthe likesof RelkeelandEscartefigueinthe stable.NowtheDukeismuchmourned buteachAscot Tuesdayhiswidow Dinahsummonsusforapicnicwhere sheshinesourtoppersforfartoosmall afee.It'saplaceof realfriendshipnot brayingshow.
21, 2009), http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=8137 ("The security software market in 2008 was characterised by a high level of consolidation with the examples of Mc Afee [sic] purchasing Secure Computing, Symantec and Sophos acquiring MessageLabs and Ultimaco, respectively.
From 2007 through 2010, the president of the AFEE was Rick O'Donnell, who also served as a senior research fellow at the TPPF during that time.
The JEI has been published by the Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) since 1967.
As expected, our dependent variable AFEE is strongly positively correlated with TA and is also notably positively correlated with control variables FOREIGN, SQSIC, CMEET, and ICW.
Afee in the region of pounds 25,000 was agreed with Italian side AS Roma, and a decade after trying to sign him from Leeds United, City finally had their man.
It was a short-lived respite, however, and 11 months later he was on his way to Colchester Unitedfor afee of "between pounds 3,000 and pounds 4,000".