FCB

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AcronymDefinition
FCBFirst Choice Bank
FCBFirst California Bank
FCBFlip Chip Bonding
FCBFootball Club de Bressuire (Bressuire, France)
FCBFoote Cone & Belding (advertising firm)
FCBFutbol Club Barcelona
FCBFull Connecting Bar
FCBFirst Commonwealth Bank (various locations)
FCBFerme Culturelle du Bessin (French cultural association)
FCBFile Control Block
FCBFarm Credit Bank
FCBFuel Cell Bus
FCBFirst Church of the Brethren (Michigan)
FCBForeign Currency Bank (New Zealand)
FCBFunctional Capabilities Board (joint capabilities integration and development system)
FCBFitness Club Beauvaisien (France)
FCBFecal Coliform Bacteria
FCBFirst Century Bank
FCBFaster, Cheaper, Better (business slogan)
FCBFiat Club Belgio (Belgian automobile club; Belgium)
FCBFirst Command Bank (Fort Worth, TX)
FCBFlorida Certification Board
FCBFukuoka College of Business (Japan)
FCBFootball Club Bigouden (Bigouden, France)
FCBFinance Control Board
FCBFunctional Capability Board
FCBFubon Commercial Bank (Taiwan)
FCBFuel Cell Battery
FCBFriends of Canadian Broadcasting (lobby)
FCBFragment Control Block (computer security)
FCBFabrique de Cadres et Baguettes (French: Factory Frames and Rods; Switzerland)
FCBFilm Censorship Board (various locations)
FCBFives Cail Babcock (French engineering group)
FCBFrequency Channel Blocking (computer networking)
FCBFussball Club Basel (Soccer Team of Basel, Switzerland)
FCBFast Console Builder (gaming clan)
FCBFootball Club Blida (Blida, Algeria)
FCBFukuoka City Bank (Japan)
FCBFoote, Cone, & Belding Communications, Inc. (advertising agency)
FCBFinancial Cost-Benefit Ration
FCBFonds Collectieve Belangen (Dutch)
FCBFrequency Correction Burst
FCBFootball Club Bouxières-aux-Dames (Bouxières-aux-Dames, France)
FCBFußball Club Bayern (München; established 1900)
FCBFunctional Cargo Block
FCBFarmington Community Band (Farmington Hills, MI)
FCBFlorida Council of The Blind, Inc.
FCBField Change Bulletin
FCBFlorida Center for the Blind, Inc.
FCBFlight Crew Bulletin
FCBFormat Control Buffer
FCBFast Circuit Breaker
FCBFiber/Coax Bus (Bellcore)
FCBFaulty Column Block
FCBFoundation for Commercial Banks
FCBFlorence Community Band (Florence, KY)
FCBFile Cache Buffer
FCBFast Capacitor Bank
FCBFacility Clearance Board
FCBFarmington Concert Band (Farmington Hills, MI)
FCBFairbanks Community Band (Fairbanks, AK)
FCBFailure Classification Board
FCBFacility Change Board
FCBFormal Configuration Baseline
FCBFootball Club Bedford (Bedford, Halifax, Canada Soccer Club)
FCBForeign Clearance Base
FCBFree Cutting Brass
FCBFootball Club Bioggio
FCBForward Control Base
FCBFacility Control Building
References in periodicals archive ?
Fecal coliform bacteria come from human and animal feces.
In the present work fecal coliform bacteria are considered for delimiting the coastal areas that meet the bathing water quality standards.
Fecal coliform bacteria measurements were obtained from two samples collected during August 2013, two samples collected during October 2013, and one collected during February 2014 (Table I).
Tomasko pointed out that fecal coliform bacteria do not have to come from feces, whether human or animal, "potential sources can include decay of vegetation (both native and non-native) and naturally occurring soil bacteria.
He and current Lincoln Village residents fear the continued presence of fecal coliform bacteria in the stream could pose a danger to young children who play in the woods and older ones who cut through them as a shortcut to school.
2 degC for 24-48 +-03 hours for the confirmation of total and fecal coliform bacteria respectively.
As a result, the fecal coliform bacteria count is 3,000 times higher than the World Health Organization considers safe.
Studies suggest that 95 percent of fecal coliform bacteria in urban stormwater comes from non-human animals, including pets.
The Jacks Fork, which connects with the Current River at Two Rivers below Eminence, has appeared on the state's impaired waters list for almost a decade, due to high levels of fecal coliform bacteria.
Stephen Doniger, an attorney for the neighbors, said earlier tests showed e coli and fecal coliform bacteria at levels that if found on a beach would cause it to be closed to the public.
Chemical oxygen demand and fecal coliform bacteria were elevated in surface floodwater, but typical of stormwater runoff in the region," the report said.
There was a significant decrease in the increasing trend of fecal coliform bacteria for MI and the conversion to the sewage collection system had a beneficial effect on water quality and probably dominated the jetty effect.