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fed

(fĕd)
v.
Past tense and past participle of feed

FED

FED Abbreviation for:
figure-eight distribution
fish eye disease
Forum for Education and Development 
fractional effective dose
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05 [alpha] to detect at least a 65% probability that a randomly chosen participant from the syringe fed group had a superior outcome when compared with that for a randomly chosen participant from the bottle fed group.
The Fed stated that dropping energy costs would likely help moderate inflationary pressures however.
This pattern had been followed steadily since the federal funds interest rate bottomed out at 1 percent in 2003 and 2004; the Fed ratcheted the rate up to 5.
Because Greenspan rarely gave interviews to journalists for direct quotation, Hartcher's book contains no interview with the Fed chairman.
The Dallas Fed produces a trimmed PCE price index that strips out the most volatile components every month, rather than simply excluding food and energy.
This was summarized quite tidily in the headline of a May 19, 2003 Wall Street Journal report: "Having Defeated Inflation, Fed Girds for New Foe: Falling Prices.
The Fed is failing to emphasize sufficiently the potential for the post-hurricane (Katrina and Rita) spike in energy prices to severely depress consumer spending.
Finally, the same material was fed in a high deflection feeder.
The Fed organized private sector rescue for LTCM and lowered interest rates three times within two months to restore investor confidence.
The constant among them is that the mink were all fed rendered cattle.
c] is the total volume of all parts, including parasite sections, which are fed from a single feeder; [Beta] is total (liquid and freezing) contraction percent; and [Eta] is the available feeding liquid factor, such as the feeding volume delivery percent of a feeder arising under conditions 8 and 13.
His likely successor is Alan Blinder, whom Clinton recently appointed vice chairman of the Fed.