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feu

(fjuː)
n
1. (Historical Terms) legal history
a. a feudal tenure of land for which rent was paid in money or grain instead of by the performance of military service
b. the land so held
2. (Law) Scots law a right to the use of land in return for a fixed annual payment (feu duty)
[C15: from Old French; see fee]
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feu

n (Scot) → Lehen nt
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And so, as king of the country, apprehended the said Mr Allan, and carried him to the house of Denure, where for a season he was honourably treated, (gif a prisoner can think any entertainment pleasing;) but after that certain days were spent, and that the Earl could not obtain the feus of Crossraguel according to his awin appetite, he determined to prove gif a collation could work that which neither dinner nor supper could do for a long time.
The ultimate issue of this affair does not appear; but as the house of Cassilis are still in possession of the greater part of the feus and leases which belonged to Crossraguel Abbey, it is probable the talons of the King of Carrick were strong enough, in those disorderly times, to retain the prey which they had so mercilessly fixed upon.
Aussi cet anniversaire est-il celebre avec tous les egards qu'il merite, au Maroc comme aux Emirats, ces deux pays [beaucoup moins que]freres unis par de solides liens historiques, savamment tisses par feus Notre Venere Pere, Sa Majeste le Roi Hassan II et Son Altesse Cheikh Zayed bin Soltane Al-Nahyane, que Dieu les benisse[beaucoup plus grand que], a dit le Souverain, rappelant que [beaucoup moins que]le Maroc, son Roi et son peuple ont toujours tenu en haute estime cet eminent leader, ainsi que son honorable famille princiere, restee fidele au pacte de fraternite et de loyaute scelle avec Notre Famille Royale et le Maroc[beaucoup plus grand que].
The single stone protected by Horos feus comprises the internal confrontation or conjunction between two other epithets of Zeus named by Plato as Zeus of kinship ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) and Zeus of hospitality ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
(2) See Martin Bond, Kim Feus, The Treaty of Nice Explained, Federal Trust for Education and Research, 2001.
(8) For commentary on this point, see Kim Feus, ed, The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights--Text and Commentaries (London, UK: Constitution for Europe, Federal Trust Series 1, Logan Page, 2000); Guy Braibant, La Charte des droits fondamentaux de l'Union europeenne; temoignage et commentaires (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 2001); Vaughne Miller, "Human Rights in the EU: The Charter of Fundamental Rights" House of Commons Library: Research Paper 00/32 (20 March 2000), online: UK Parliament Website <http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons/lib/research/rp2000/rp00-032.pdf>.
In the first three months of the year, overall volumes came in at 1.84 million forty-foot equivalent units (FEUs), up 5% on the year.
23, 2010 (CENS)--In reflection of its rosy market outlook for 2011, Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA), a regional alliance of major container shipping lines, has announced plan to raise the shipping rate for 40-foot containers (FEUs) moving to U.S.