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feme

a woman or wife.
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The event included five exhibitions, more than 60 seminars and ten live events, namely; the seventh International Conference for Security and National Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2016); the 1st International Conference on Security Challenges (ICSC); the "Aftershock II" live demonstration onresponding to crises and emergencies; the second Fire and Emergency Middle East (FEME); the second UAE International Firefighter Challenge; the second Occupational Safety and Health Middle East (OSHME); and the sixth International Cyber Crimes Conference (IC3).
"The ISNR Abu Dhabi 2014 main events will feature several activities, namely; the sixth edition of the International Exhibition for Security and National Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2014); the International Conference on Security Challenges (ICSC); a live demonstration on responding to crises and emergencies entitled "Aftershock"; the first edition of the Fire & Emergency Middle East (FEME); the first UAE's International Firefighter Championship; the first edition of the Occupational Safety and Health Middle East (OSH ME); and the fifth International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime," concluded Major General Al Kutbi.
In the editorial he thanked a number of people, including: Carolyn Frost and Feme McCoombs, who typed all the manuscripts; his daughters, who helped with clerical work; Franco Medioli, Michael McMullen, and Georges Drapeau, who provided editorial help; and the printer J.
En buena logica, este socialismo era muy critico de la sociedad individualista, jerarquizada y desigual que habia prohijado el capitalismo laissez feme (que, con todas las limitaciones que se quiera, ha caracterizado la historia contemporanea inglesa).
Mujeres a la cabeza de los gobiernos no son necesariamente una expresion de lo feme nino absoluto, sino de lo relativo masculino.
Or, to put it slightly differently, knowing oneself as a husband required knowing one's wife as a feme covert, as a dependent" (136).
(97) England operated under the system of feme covert, which means "covered woman" and which furthered the idea that upon marriage, a woman's independent legal identity gets subsumed or "covered" by her husband's legal identity.
Cuidai, beau sire, qu'el queist amistiez Ou itel chose que feme a home quiert.
But in training, she showed a baffling: level of "feminine unpredictability" On her occasional good day, she was very, very good, and I dreamed of her being elected to the retriever hall of feme. On her more numerous bad days, she was horrid, and I wondered whether even aunt Minnie would be happy with her.
Brooks suggested that fashion was often the only means of expression available to a woman during the period, and she highlighted the importance of the legal status of a married woman, whose designation as a feme covert meant that she had no independent legal identity and was instead subsumed under the identity of her husband.
By marriage the very being or legal existence of a woman is suspended, or at least it is incorporated or consolidated into that of the husband, under whose wing, protection and cover she performs everything, and she is therefore called in our law feme covert ...