feer


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feer

(fɪə)
vb (intr)
to plough or mark a furrow, esp in the case of the first furrow made as a guide
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Para avaliar a FEER foi utilizado o teste de saltos verticais continuos com duracao de 5 segundos sem a contribuicao dos joelhos e membros superiores (CJ5s).
The FEER is the exchange rate that is consistent with internal and external economic equilibrium (Williamson, 1994, pp.
The government, accusing the monthly of interfering in Singapore's domestic politics, banned FEER on Sept.
Should one incorporate the elements of the (expected) future evolution of the FEER in setting the central parity?
FEER calculations can be very misleading, and we would advocate care in their use in the evaluation of the entry rate into EMU.
Michael Vatikiotis, "A Friend in Need," FEER, 10 July 1997, p.
Fighting force estimates given by FEER varied from 40-50,000 in 1985, to 30-40,000 in 1988 and back to 40-50,000 by the end of 1989.
The BARRONS, WSJ-ASIA, WSJ-EURO, and FEER databases all contain the complete text of their respective publications.
33-34; Andrew Tanzer, "The Saudi Connection," FEER, 9 July 1982, pp.
Our aim was to keep the best of the old FEER and add many more useful, interesting features and coverage," said Mr.
Two FEER correspondents who reside in Thailand were subject to xenophobic pressures and only narrowly escaped jail or deportation.
FEER reporters Rodney Tasker and Shawn Crispin have been threatened with deportation from Thailand over the article in the Jan.