Fede


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Fe·de

(fā'dā),
Francesco, Italian physician, 1832-1913. See: Riga-Fede disease.
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FEDE has chosen Index as platform to launch its latest innovative and luxury range of light switches, decorative lighting and new surface wiring system.
Jenkins CR; Riga Fedes Syndrome: Natal Or Neonatal Teeth Associated With Tongue Ulceration?
Recently the co-operation between Euroflex and FEDES (the European Federation for the Flexible Packaging Industry) has been formalised by the integration of FEDES into Euroflex, and at the same time, some important changes in the association's structure, including opening up for suppliers and academia, were introduced.
Amcor Flexibles Sch pbach has won an ward from Fedes - the European Federation for the flexibles industry - for Europe's first foil-free retortable stickpack.
The Fedes star awards recognise innovative new packs in any flexible material or combination of materials that are particularly successful in meeting the logical requirements of both the market and the legislator.
FEDES was one of the first European industry federations founded in 1959 at the initiative of German and French companies.