FOT

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AcronymDefinition
FOTField of Testing (various organizations)
FOTFestival of Trees (various organizations)
FOTFountain of Tears (band)
FOTFlat on Top (configuration)
FOTFuture of Tomorrow (youth-led organizing group; Brooklyn, NY)
FOTFront Office Transaction (various locations)
FOTFallout Tactics (gaming)
FOTForward Message Transfer
FOTFont File
FOTFruit on Top
FOTFeast of Tabernacles
FOTFree On Truck
FOTFollow-On Test
FOTFlight Operations Team
FOTFrequency, Offset and Tone (radio)
FOTFollow-on Operational Test
FOTFootball Obsessed Teens (Nike Festival of Sports)
FOTFiber Optic Transceiver
FOTFall of Troy (band)
FOTFinger-Operated Touchscreen
FOTFull of Them
FOTForced Oscillation Technique (epidemiology)
FOTFantasy One Time (fantasy football)
FOTForeskins on Toast (military slang)
FOTFiber Optic Transmission
FOTForum Oilfield Technology (Houston, TX)
FOTFiber Optic Terminal (equipment)
FOTFoyer Occupationnel et Thérapeutique (French: Occupational and Home Therapy)
FOTFrequency of Optimum Transmission
FOTFrequency of Optimum Traffic (ITS)
FOTFiber Optic Technology
FOTFormation Ouverte de Tuteurs (French: Open Training Tutors)
FOTFlight Operations Transmission
FOTFirst-Order Test (qualitative research)
FOTFriends of Tom
FOTFree of Tax
FOTForce on Target
FOTFollow-On Training
FOTFaucigny Outillage Technique (French technical tools company)
FOTFuel Oil Tank (maritime engineering)
FOTField Operations Test
FOTForm of Tender
FOTFirst of Type
FOTForecast Out Turn
FOTFriends of Togo
FOTFrench Overseas Territories
FOTForward Transfer (Message) (Signaling System #7)
FOTFollow-On Terminal
FOTFactory Outlet Trailers, Inc. (US and Canada)
FOTFriends of Ted
FOTFull Operational Test
FOTFull Open Throttle (engine)
FOTField Operation Table
FOTForce Options Testing
FOTFrequency-Only Tracking
FOTFællesoffentligt Geografisk Administrationsgrundlag (Copenhagen, Denmark)
FOTFlash-Over Time
FOTFriend of the Telescope
FOTFirm Order Terms (reinsurance)
FOTFacilities Operations & Technology
FOTFlight Observation Team
FOTFace-Offs Total (hockey)
FOTFiber Optic Topology
FOTFifth-Order Theory
FOTForward Observer Team
FOTFirst Off Tools (die or mold)
FOTFriends of TOTUS (Teleprompter of the United States; blog)
References in classic literature ?
The proof is that the poets who have dramatised the whole story of the Fall of Troy, instead of selecting portions, like Euripides; or who have taken the whole tale of Niobe, and not a part of her story, like Aeschylus, either fail utterly or meet with poor success on the stage.
Now the actress from Stockbridge locks horns as Andromache, wife of Hector in a lavish retelling of one of history's most famous moments, the fall of Troy.
David Farr's visceral multi-part series, Troy - Fall Of A City, retells the fall of Troy and the collapse of a family.
When a child comes to Odysseus in the middle of the night, with another, very disturbing, version of what happened that fateful night, Odysseus embarks on the first of his extraordinary quests and so begins the epic story of Odysseus, the first of two volumes: an adventure of love, war, courage and heroism, weaving from a small rocky island in Greece, to the mighty fall of Troy.
While for Chaucer and his courtly contemporaries, the fall of Troy established the foundation for their own civilisation--England was the New Troy--the alliterative writers expressed marked scepticism about such received wisdom, and resisted any linear view of history that saw their country's direct descent from fallen Troy and its glorious successor, imperial Rome, as something in which to glory.
For early medieval Europeans, the tragic fall of Troy was sometimes construed as a felix culpa ("happy fall") or a blessing in disguise.
resurfaces at several points throughout the poem and Aeneas's journey, Vergil reminds the reader of her importance to the fall of Troy and the establishment of Rome.
Barbara Kohlers cycle of some twenty cantos revisits the story of Odysseus's homecoming following the fall of Troy.
This is a gripping account of the tale of Nisus and Euryalus after the fall of Troy, of how they follow Aeneas in a bid to settle and build a new Troy and of how the ghosts of the past and a thirst for revenge can subvert the best plans.
1550-1050 BCE], coeval with events like Akhenaten's solar monotheism, the Exodus, and the fall of Troy.
They include the Fall of Troy, the Lost Atlantis, the Vikings' Camp and some more (it's better to leave them for dessert not to spoil the “appetite”).
This first instalment tells the story through the eyes of Odysseus himself, recounted in flashback up to the fall of Troy.