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AcronymDefinition
FFull
FFax
FFemale
FFailure
FFalse
FFail
FFighter (US military aircraft designation; as in F-16)
FFahrenheit
FIf
FFound
FFirst (class airfare)
FFast (logic integrated circuits)
FFront
FField
FFine
FFord Motor Company (stock symbol)
FFriend(s)
FForce
FFlash (Precedence Level)
FFrance (International Auto Identification)
FRegistration (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
FForward
FFine (numismatics; 10th best condition of coin)
FFine (book condition)
FFunction
FFrankfurt (German auto license plates)
FFixed
FFilter
FFlag
FFellow
FFlat (welding position)
FFog (weather teports)
FFrequency
FFuse
FFault
FForte (music)
FFocal length (photography)
FFailing Grade
FFraction
FFloat (C programming language)
FFoul (baseball)
FFable (video game)
FFelony
FFolio
FFrancs
FFiduciary (IRB)
FFlight Inspection
FFujita (tornado intensity scale, ranging from F1 to F5)
FFoxtrot
FFluorine
FFleer (baseball card manufacturer)
FPhenylalanine (amino acid)
FBioavailability (fraction of drug reaching systemic circulation)
FFarad
FFuze
FFlunked
FFlunk
FFemto- (10^-15, SI Prefix)
FFunctor (abstract algebra)
FFroude Number
FFaraday Constant
FFunctional Distribution
FFilial Generation (genetics)
Fflare patterns (US DoD)
FFsmart (China)
FFrequency of Lifting
FFederal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
FFisher's F Ratio (statistics; usually written in italics)
FF Sub-Shell (fourth outer subshell of an electron shell)
FCleared to Fix
FUndenominated United States Stamp (29 cents, introduced 3 Feb 1991)
FAt City Shop for Repairs (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
References in classic literature ?
Joe was usually such a quiet, gentle little fellow that it was wonderful to see him so roused.
Well, Tom's got the real article, if ever a fellow had," rejoined the other.
Take thy staff, Miller,'' he added, ``and keep thy head; and do you others let the fellow go, and give him a staff there is light enough to lay on load by.
And he beckoned to him, and asked him: "How now, good fellow, what is your name, and in what country were you born?
That's all, only keep a still tongue in yer 'ead, or they'll put a pill between yer ribs, an' mark my word for it, sir," and the old fellow went on with his polishing, which carried him away from where the Claytons were standing.
The black-haired young fellow whistled, and then laughed.
Now by my faith," said the Tinker, "thou art a right good fellow in spite of thy scurvy jests.
You value your own pride and don't wish to apologize," continued the staff captain, "but we old fellows, who have grown up in and, God willing, are going to die in the regiment, we prize the honor of the regiment, and Bogdanich knows it.
I should not have made a bad fellow if I had been rich.
Had a little scrimmage there with a fellow and was hidden by one of their women in a hole in the wall.
You are so busy you can't read to a fellow, I suppose?
You see, old fellow," he said, "you must not take what I say in bad part; but really, between ourselves, you are in too incomplete a condition to appear in the moon