Definitions

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  • Fleeing and (&) Eluding.

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Examples

  • "The company is blaming the economic recession, but F&E is positioned as a limited-range soft discounter, selling only food, a format that should be relatively immune."

    Tesco Tries to Hit a U.S. Curveball

  • But F&E attracted its share of young geniuses, the kind of boys who were in the chess club for the actual chess—like, for instance, Phil Higsby, who was nationally ranked.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • But if he worked, if he practiced and trained, he could be the very best football player, and that—at F&E, like at any other British school—was truly something.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • But F&E was known as one of the “best” day schools in the country, and he suspected that neither of his parents realized that in some ways that just meant that F&E attracted the “best” people.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • Much better than the F&E team, even the much-lauded senior team.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • Now, much as I like F&E, I didn't find this one particularly amusing.

    Another ID cartoon: Frank and Ernest

  • Have the programs funded by the F&E levy been effective in improving academic achievement?

    Sound Politics: Plus ça change

  • In hopefully the last election results thread until November, the F&E levy gets more than the 60% 50% it needed.

    Archive 2004-09-12

  • And then just on F&E, is there any way to give us a sense that if you were to back out the benefit from higher machining orders like what was the underlying improvement from your restructuring initiatives in F&E because I think you said operating margin was 11.6%, I don't have a figure for March but it looks like December you are running kind of mid-single digits.

  • Please indicate "Temporary - F&E Project" in the subject line of the email.

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