AFOS

AcronymDefinition
AFOSActive Fiber Optic Segment
AFOSA Flock of Seagulls (band)
AFOSAutomation of Field Operations and Services
AFOSAntarctic Fibre Optic Spectrometer
AFOSAir Force Operation Service
AFOSApplication for Order for Sale (real property)
AFOSAuxiliary Fuel Oil System
AFOSAssault Follow-On Shipping
AFOSAnterior Fontanelle Open and Soft
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AFOs allow police to freeze assets until property owners account for their wealth, and are part of a toolbox introduced last year to help stem a tide of suspected corrupt cash washing through the country.
One officer took hold of the man and he was escorted to the door of the pub where there was a struggle and he ran, chased by five of the officers and two Authorised Firearms Officers (AFOs).
"The Alliance now shows a total of 102 AFOs, 15 of whom are female, which is an increase from 5% in 2012 to 16% today, representing all specialist roles including sergeant within the unit."
(130) AFOs are facilities that house animals to be processed for human consumption.
"feed, manure, dead animals, and production operations." (84) The animals must be "stabled or confined and fed or maintained for a total of 45 days or more in any 12-month period" to be considered an AFO. (85) The more familiar term, CAFO, is distinguished by how large the operation is based on the number of animals it holds; for example, a large CAFO (factory farm) holds at least 1,000 cattle and 2,500 hogs with 125,000 non-laying chickens and 82,000 laying hens if the site does not use a liquid manure system (urine and feces mixed with water and held either under the facility or outside in open lagoons), or 30,000 non-laying chickens and 30,000 laying hens if it does use a liquid manure system.
Afos said there is a COA Audit Circular 97-002 or the Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations for procurement under Republic Act 9184.
Van Der Linden, "Experiences of functional electrical stimulation (FES) and ankle foot orthoses (AFOs) for foot-drop in people with multiple sclerosis," Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, vol.
Environmental Protection Agency [EPA], Animal feeding operations (AFOs), 2017, https://www.epa.gov/npdes/animal-feeding-operations-afos.
Every therapeutic measure, including AFOs, is the most effective when designed and manufactured individually for the particular case on the basis of patient's anthropometrical data, disorder character etc.
[1] Ankle foot orthoses (AFOs) are commonly prescribed for those patients to enhance gait pattern and improve safety.
So far roughly 640 additional personnel trained to carry guns have been added to forces in England and Wales, with the overall number of AFOs set to rise to around 7,000 by April 2018.
In 2005, for example, the EPA offered qualified animal feeding operations (AFOs)--over 2,500 agribusinesses that produce pork, dairy, turkey and eggs across the country--a global settlement to resolve their liability under the Clean Air Act.