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NFMSNational Farm Machinery Show (Kentucky)
NFMSNational Federation of Music Societies (UK)
NFMSInfamous
NFMSNonfat Milk Solids
NFMSNorth Forsyth Middle School (Georgia)
NFMSNorth Fork Middle School (Quicksburg, VA)
NFMSNew Fairfield Middle School (Connecticut)
NFMSNetwork Facility Management System
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Last year he published Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook, a collection of recipes inspired by his three-year jail stint due to criminal possession of a weapon.
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BEIRUT: Internal Security Forces arrested an infamous drug dealer in Mount Lebanon Wednesday, after more than 25 arrest warrants were issued against him for dealing and manufacturing illegal drugs.
DJ Infamous the “Youngest In Charge” is a key phrase used to describe one of Atlanta's most sought after DJs.
And it is in this fundamental exploration of belief that Infamous begins - examining the concepts of nature, nurture and conditioning and how it influences who we are and how we behave.
3499/-, Titanfall releases on PC on 14th March 2014 and for Xbox 360 on 28th March 2014, while Infamous Second Son, priced at Rs.
The work was overseen by Infamous Community Arts and funded by West Midlands Police Building Blocks Fund and the Handsworth Community Chest.
Summary: Zinedine Zidane's infamous headbutt on Italian Marco Materazzi in the 2006 World Cup final has been immortalised in a statue now on display in Paris.
Ex-soldier Sean Courtney carried out one of the coun-try's most infamous mur-ders when he battered innocent Patricia O'Toole to death with a brick in the Dublin mountains.
Infamous 2 is a disappointing sequel, but a solid foundation ensures there are still plenty of thrilling moments.
Outlaw tales of Idaho; true stories of the Gem State's most infamous crooks, culprits and cutthroats.
Mostly Rapscallions" takes a look at these historical figures--as well as other, far more infamous individuals--and reveals the dirt on them; they were human like everyone else, and often they were in no way saints.