F-1

AcronymDefinition
F-1North American Fury Jet Fighter Aircraft (Korea)
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Spaniard Fernando Alonso, driving a Renault R25, captured his third F-1 victory of the season - and the 101st overall for a Champion-powered Renault team - in the Republic of San Marino April 24-25.
F-1 provides a classic example of the notion of positive spillover effects for the economy, as spent money during the event circulates throughout, with benefits not confined to companies in and around Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) in Sahkir.
The gas generator produces around 30,000 pounds of thrust and was fired up on the same test stands at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama where Protz and his team tested a vintage F-1 gas generator in 2013.
International students on F-1 visa have the option to view the jobs that the employers post and by registering with OPTGhar, F-1 visa students can apply for multiple OPT/CPT, entry-level jobs, internships and keep track of those job applications.
And while NIST F-1 was plenty good enough for us, NIST F-2 is even better, and isn't supposed to lose a second for 300 million years.
According to Tech Crunch, the updated F-1 comes after King filed an initial F-1 with a maximum aggregated offering price of 500 million dollars.
Enerkem Inc, a waste-to-biofuels and chemicals company, has filed a registration statement on Form F-1 with the U.
As a result, BATELCO announced that it would be reinstating 102 staff; and then earlier this week the F-1 announced it would also be taking back previously suspended workers.
Canoga Park grew up around Rocketdyne, and the F-1 engine is a big part of our history," says Jean Jauck, president of the Canoga/Owensmouth Historical Society & Museum.
Hamilton is in F-1, driving for the McLaren-Mercedes team and dominating the series as a rookie in a way that has left motorsports journalists searching their thesauruses for more adjectives and superlatives to describe him.