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Feu

An inexact unit of capacity equal to the size of a cargo container 40 feet (or sometimes 45 feet) in length. See also: TEU.
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The improved efficiency of financial reporting is one of the major benefits we've realized with NetSuite OneWorld," said Juan Miguel Montinola, CFO at FEU.
Si reduire la violence liee aux armes a feu est un defi complique, proteger nos enfants du danger ne devrait pas etre un theme de division", a dit Barack Obama.
What makes Feu Follet so memorable is, ultimately, and quite simply, dance and music.
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Ateneo would be dying to duplicate last year's Game Two win over FEU as another loss would also put to naught its magnificent 13-0 run in the eliminations.
Mais Feu Islah s'est egalement distingue en prenant d'autres responsabilites a l'echelon national surtout en sa qualite de membre a par entiere du Comite dirigeant de la Federation royale marocaine de football de l'epoque de l'ancien president Hosni Benslimane.
Une source de la protection civile a declare a l'agence TAP que le feu a brule 6 mille litres de carburant en plus des meubles d'occasion se trouvant dans l'entrepot.
Again, a lot of people are doubting FEU and a lot of people are saying negative things about FEU.
West Coast ports, $200 per FEU via East and Gulf Coast ports, and $100 per FEU for intermodal shipments for six commodities (waste paper, metal scrap, plastic scrap and resin, lumber and logs, hay, and agricultural products) effective no later than Dec.
Un citoyen s'est immole par le feu devant le palais presidentiel a Heliopolis.
containerized plastic scrap exports to Asia during first half 2004 totaled 26,000 FEU, up 11.
Although FEU didn't build a considerable large lead in the third set, its pinch margins were enough to keep UST at bay.