What does FE stand for?
FE stands for First Exposure
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The 27-year-old author revealed that she was just 14 when the Monica Lewinsky scandal unfolded and it was this brouhaha which was responsible for her first exposure to the definition of oral sex.
Nicholas Patrick is accused of abusing "many" children, both boys and girls under the age of 15, said Sun Bun Thorng of the government's anti-human trafficking department in Siem Reap temples, will be removed for their own safety, he told AFP in 2006, faced several charges of child molestation case was the first exposure of alleged corruption in court.
99% 99% -------------------------------- ---- ---- -- Weeks 1-2 After First Exposure 3.
Byline: Angie Valencia-Martinez Staff Writer PACOIMA - Nine-month-old Emerson Sonoda got his first exposure Saturday to the Obon Festival.
1) The primary antibody response is noted after the first exposure to a particular immunogen.
RL: To be honest, it was Thrasher magazine that gave me my first exposure to punk rock and underground music and culture.
Ultimately the viewers will decide the educational value of Playing It Straight, but for Brogdon, this idea of turning sexuality upside down is very appealing: "For people like Jackie who come from a small town, 0ris will be one of their first exposures to gay people, so I think it'll be good.
Figure 1 presents cumulative risks for all cancers combined in terms of years lapsed from first exposure to diving.