FTL

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AcronymDefinition
FTLFaster Than Light
FTLFaster Than Light (Xenosaga game)
FTLFor the Ladies
FTLFort Lauderdale (Florida)
FTLFor the Lord
FTLFruit of the Loom
FTLFollow The Leader (Korn album)
FTLFull Truck Load
FTLFeel the Love
FTLFree Talk Live
FTLFlash Translation Layer (media format for linear flash memory)
FTLFlying Tiger Line (airline; 1945-1989)
FTLFreedom to Learn (Michigan)
FTLFreedom to Live
FTLFailure to Launch
FTLFluorescent Tube Light
FTLFrequent Traveller (fares)
FTLFailure to Load
FTLFixed Term License
FTLFlash Translation Layer
FTLFailure to Lodge (Australia)
FTLFar Too Loud
FTLField Team Leader
FTLFederal Tax Lien
FTLFire Team Leader
FTLFlight Time Limit
FTLFor the Loss
FTLFellowship Tract League (religion)
FTLFor the Lose
FTLFerritin Light Chain
FTLFoncia Transaction Location (French real estate company)
FTLFlip Top Lighter
FTLFar Target Locator
FTLFluid Transfer Line (oil and gas industry)
FTLFor the Lulz
FTLFull Thickness Laceration
FTLFrench the Llama (Nerdfighters)
FTLFunctional Team Leader (various organizations)
FTLForget The Law (polite form)
FTLFinancial Transactions for Lawyers
FTLFlight Telecommunications Laboratory
FTLFinancial Transaction Ledger
FTLFriends Turned Lovers
References in classic literature ?
For instance, what reader but knows that Mr Allworthy felt, at first, for the loss of his friend, those emotions of grief, which on such occasions enter into all men whose hearts are not composed of flint, or their heads of as solid materials?
I thanked him gratefully, and tried to console myself for the loss of my eye by thinking of the other misfortunes I had escaped.
We mingled our tears, for the loss of one was the loss of the other, and then I made up my mind that it was my duty to break the solemn oath I had sworn to the prince.
Since the first step in any successful recovery is proving responsibility for the loss, CPAs should immediately activate an investigation team to preserve evidence.
Rando described four characteristics of anticipatory grief: depression, heightened concern for the loss, rehearsal of the loss event, and adjustment efforts.
One way that a company can minimize its economic loss is by obtaining a tax deduction for the loss in value of its assets.