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FNDFoundation for National Development (West Indies)
FNDFédération Nationale de la Décoration (French: National Decoration Federation)
FNDFunctional Neurological Disorder
FNDFlexible Numeric Display
FNDFamily Network on Disabilities (Florida, US)
FNDFirst National Development (Fairfield, CT)
FNDFood and Drinks Public Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
FNDForme Normale Disjonctive (French: Disjunctive Normal Form; mathematics)
FNDFirst Notice Day
FNDFrance Nord Distribution (French: Northern France Distribution)
FNDFunctional Neck Dissection (surgical procedure)
FNDFriday Night Drinks
FNDFraternité Notre Dame (French)
FNDFacility Need Date
FNDFocal Neurological Deficit
FNDFools Never Differ
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In this friendly move, sir, you will have a glorious object to rouse you.
Quite different with YOU, going to work (as YOU would) in the light of a fellow- man, holily pledged in a friendly move to his brother man.
The articles of the friendly move are then severally recited and agreed upon.
They are in the act of ratifying the treaty of friendly move, by shaking hands upon it.
The friendly movers might not have been quite at their ease, even though the visitor had entered in the usual manner.
Whereupon, having sold all his meat, he left his horse and cart in charge of a friendly hostler and prepared to follow his mates to the Mansion House.
May the God of a white man look on your deeds with friendly eyes, and may you never commit an act, that shall cause Him to darken His face.
Receiving no answering look, nor hearing any friendly whine, the old man felt for the mouth and endeavoured to force his hand between the cold lips.
From time to time he spoke, uttering some brief sentence in the way of advice, or asking some simple questions concerning those in whose fortunes he still took a friendly interest.
For a long time Tarzan could not tell whether the beast was following out of friendly feelings or merely stalking him against the time he should be hungry; but finally he was forced to believe that the former incentive it was that prompted the animal's action.
My books looked weary of awaiting me, and they and the whole lonely house begged me to take them where sometimes they might be handled by human fingers, mellowed by lamplight, cheered by friendly laughter.
Whenever those states which have been acquired as stated have been accustomed to live under their own laws and in freedom, there are three courses for those who wish to hold them: the first is to ruin them, the next is to reside there in person, the third is to permit them to live under their own laws, drawing a tribute, and establishing within it an oligarchy which will keep it friendly to you.