FAAS


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AcronymDefinition
FAASFinancial Accounting Advisory Services (EY)
FAASFunction as a Service (cloud computing services)
FAASField Archery Association Switzerland
FAASFlame Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
FAASFurniture as a Service
FAASFederation of American Aquarium Societies
FAASFédération des Anciens et Adultes du Scoutisme Français (French: Veterans and Adults French Scouting Association)
FAASFellow of the Australian Academy of Science (also seen as FAA)
FAASFöderation Amerikaner Autoclubs Schweiz (German: American Car Club Federation of Switzerland; Switzerland)
FAASFriends of the Attleboro Animal Shelter (Massachusetts)
FAASFiltering as a Service
FAASFront Arabo-Africain de Salut (Arabic-African Salvation Front)
FAASFirst Aid Station Assistant
FAASFederated Authentication & Authorization Service (Shell)
FAASFlameless Atomic Absorption Spectrometry
FAASForeign Affairs Administrative Support
FAASFinnish America's Army Soldier (Finnish America's Army gaming clan)
FAASForward Area Alerting System
FAASForage Additives Approval Scheme (UK)
FAASFixed Asset Accountability System
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I said then, and I will say it now, that the FAAs primary mission must be to ensure the safety of aviation our skies, planes, crews and the flying public.
Most notably, code in a FaaS application must be stateless.
"Reporting teams today are expected to quickly pivot and respond to this fast-changing reporting environment," explained Christina Agathangelou, EY Cyprus Head of FAAS.
Owing to the good precision and accuracy as well as inexpensive equipment required, flame atomic absorption spectrometry (FAAS) has been widely used for the determination of metal ions at trace.
Faas said that in unhealthy work environments that allow subtle bullying to occur, the problem is usually "driven from on top".
The concentration in solution was measured using flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry (FAAS) (210 VGP atomic absorption spectrophotometer Buck Scientific); when the concentration of metals such as Cd, Cu, Mn, and Pb was too low to be detected accurately by FAAS, a graphite furnace (GFAAS) was used (Baltrenaite et al.
The analysis of trace metals especially by using flame atomic absorption spectroscopy (FAAS) is quite difficult [15-16].
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New York (AirGuide - Airline & Travel News) Thu, Jan 30, 2014 - Despite its highly modernized faAs.ade, Baotou, China, is still home to a number of spots where tradition shines through.
Frequency-agile antennas (FAAs), a subset of active integrated antennas (AIAs), show great promise for being able to handle the ever increasing volume of mobile wireless traffic.
Major and trace elements analyses were carried out on representative samples using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES), with 0.1 ppm detection limit at Geological Survey of Iran (22 ore samples), and using standard wet chemical analysis by flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry (FAAS), with 0.5 ppm detection limit at the Department of Earth Sciences, at Shiraz University (5 fresh marbles, 11 altered marbles, and 12 diorites).
Also leaving the Sharks are Malcolm Bordelon (executive vice president of business operations) and Charlie Faas (chief financial officer).