AF

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AcronymDefinition
AFAir Force
AFAcronym Finder (AcronymFinder.com website)
AFAutomatic Focus (camera)
AFATM Forum
AFAuto-Flash
AFAuto-Focus
AFAddress Family (sockets)
AFStore(s) Ship
AFAfrica (regional designation of the Peace Corps)
AFAs Fuck
AFAfghanistan
AFAffiliate
AFAllied Force (flight simulator game)
AFArmed Forces
AFAccounting and Finance
AFApplied For
AFAcre-Feet
AFAir Filter
AFAmerican Flag
AFArthritis Foundation
AFAbercrombie & Fitch
AFAir France (airline code)
AFAlways Fresh
AFAviation Fuel
AFAdministration and Finance (various organizations)
AFAtrial Flutter
AFArtifact (gamin, Final Fantasy)
AFAssociation Football (blog)
AFAfghani (currency of Afghanistan)
AFAtrial Fibrillation (also seen as Afebrile)
AFArcade Fire (band)
AFAthlete's Foot
AFAgriculture Forest (zoning category)
AFAmerican Fork (city in Utah)
AFAffix
AFAretha Franklin (singer)
AFAirframe
AFAfrican Affairs (US State Department)
AFAlliance Française
AFAudio Frequency
AFAttack Force
AFArchitecture Foundation (various locations)
AFAdoptive Father
AFAl Fine (Italian: to the end)
AFAir Freight
AFAward Fee
AFAs Found
AFAmniotic Fluid
AFAcre Foot
AFAsia Foundation
AFAnisotropic Filtering
AFAppropriated Fund
AFAddress Field
AFAnti-Flag (band)
AFAlliance Francophone (French language organization; various locations)
AFArtemis Fowl (book series, movie)
AFArtemis Fowl (book)
AFAmphibious Force (US DoD)
AFArbejdsformidling (DK)
AFAsian Female
AFAstoria Financial Corporation (stock symbol)
AFAnglo-French
AFAgnostic Front (punk/hardcore band)
AFAllocations Familiales (French, family benefits office)
AFAcademy Fantasia (various locations; reality TV show)
AFAddams Family (TV show)
AFAfter Forever (band)
AFAir Freshener
AFAmerican Forests
AFAnal Fissure (disease)
AFApplication Function
AFAnarchist Federation (UK)
AFAdvanced Function
AFAunt Flo (slang for menstrual period)
AFAs Freak
AFAnglia Farmers (UK)
AFAeon Flux (TV show)
AFAssured Forwarding (Differentiated Services Code Point)
AFAssured Forwarding
AFAs Fed (actual weight of cattle feed)
AFAuthority Figure
AFAuto-Feed
AFAustralia Fair (national anthem)
AFAdmiral of the Fleet
AFAlternating Field (demagnetization)
AFAkademiska Föreningen (Lund, Sweden)
AFAd Finem (Latin: to the end)
AFAft Fuselage
AFAmerican Field (dog breed registry)
AFAnimation Factory
AFAmazing Fantasy (comic books)
AFAgreed Framework (between United States and Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
AFAlternative Frequency
AFAcceleration Factor
AFAnime Fantasy
AFAuxiliary Carry Flag
AFActive Flow
AFAirway Facilities
AFAtomic Fluorescence
AFAlternative Forum (Suriname)
AFActivity Factor
AFAmplify and Forward
AFAntenna Factor
AFAfter Ford (Brave New World)
AFAmerican Freightways
AFAvailability Factor
AFAnimal Forest (game)
AFAnaerobic Filter
AFAmiga Format (magazine, now defunct, for Amiga computers)
AFAlleged Father (DNA testing; paternity determination)
AFAtom Films
AFAfter Future (Dragonball gaming)
AFAcross Flats
AFAdded Factor
AFAmmunition Factory (Pune, India)
AFAutofrettage (metal fabrication technique)
AFAfghan Film
AFAkademikernes Fellesorganisasjon
AFAlmond Flour
AFAnti-Ferromagnetic (also seen as AFM)
AFAdjust Fire
AFApplicable Fare (airlines)
AFAhrens Fox (Fire Truck manufacturer)
AFAssets Forfeiture
AFAuto-Framed
AFAbsorption Fraction
AFAugmentation Force(s)
AFAlliance Forums
AFAutomatic Following
AFAuxiliary Feed
AFApproximate Factorization
AFAuxiliary Funds
AFArkitektförbundet
AFAichi Forge (Georgetown, KY)
AFAllowance Factor
AFAmpere Frame
AFAcronym Fatigue
AFAncestry File (genealogy)
AFActivity Finish
AFAttack Flamingo (band)
AFArtists Forum, Inc.
AFAlabama & Florida Railway Company
AFArthacharya Foundation (Sri Lanka)
AFAfter Funimation (Dragon Ball)
AFAmerican Fractional (tools)
AFAmahoro Foundation
AFActum Fide (Latin: done in faith)
AFAvailability of the Fiber Cable
AFArtificially Feeding/Fed
AFArchitectures and Framework
AFAgromart Foundation (Sri Lanka)
References in periodicals archive ?
SPIDER-Man first appeared in a story by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in comic book Amazing Fantasy in 1962.
Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15, cover dated August 1962
15, with the comic renamed Amazing Fantasy and featuring the debut of Spider-Man.
Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko, he first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962).
But it wasn't the astonishing tales and amazing fantasy of a teenager being bit by a radioactive spider and turning into your friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man or a brilliant scientist being bombarded by heavy doses of gamma rays and turning into a brutish hulk that captured the hearts and mind of kids of all ages, but the realistically flawed human element and complexity that Lee brought to the table.
99 THE LITTLEBIGPLANET series has been slinging Sackboy and his pals around self-constructed platforming playspaces for a few years now, but this PS Vita release has thrown fans of the games into a frenzy, as the handheld device's unique touch control system fuses with the amazing fantasy world for the first time.
This lifts her spirits and she begins to dance at home in her room, entering an amazing fantasy world where lizards are orange and possums can be purple.
The author writes with a flowing, easy style (though with American spellings which always came as a surprise to this reader), and cleverly intertwines his amazing fantasy world with a sensitive exploration of feelings, emotions and human needs.
Would I sneak into the girls' locker room or take Fantastic Four #1 and Amazing Fantasy #15 from the wall behind the clerk's counter at the comics shop?
She allowed them not only to stretch their imaginations but, as in all the very best stories, to lose themselves in this amazing fantasy world that, temporarily kept the real, but often crueller world outside at bay.
com, an online auction site, sold an extremely rare, highly-graded copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 , the Marvel comic book by legends Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, which introduced the world to the web slinging, wall crawling superhero known as Spider-Man, a.
I was gripped by the fact Peter left London for this amazing fantasy adventure.