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FAMEFinance Authority of Maine
FAMEForum Alternatif Mondial de l'Eau (French: Alternative World Water Forum)
FAMEFirst African Methodist Episcopal (various locations)
FAMEFatty Acid Methyl Esters
FAMEFacsimile and Mail Extensions
FAMEFlexible Access Middleware Extensions
FAMEFolk & Acoustic Music Exchange
FAMEForum to Advance the Mobile Experience
FAMEForgiving All My Enemies (Chris Brown album)
FAMEFitness and Model Expo (Canada)
FAMEFlorida Association for Media in Education
FAMEFamily Association for Mental Health Everywhere
FAMEFoundation for Art and Music in Elementary Education
FAMEFoundation Energetic Management Anti-Narcotics (Netherlands Antilles)
FAMEFlags and Arms of the Modern Era (Croatian Vexillological Webpages)
FAMEFamilial Adult Myoclonic Epilepsy
FAMEForecasting, Analysis, and Modeling Environment
FAMEFacility for Advanced Millimeter-Wave Engineering
FAMEFacilities Management Excellence
FAMEFive-Axis Manufacturing Environment
FAMEFramework for Achieving Managerial Excellence
FAMEFullsky Astrometric Mapping Explorer (NASA Midex project)
FAMEFostering A Multidisciplinary Environment (Woodgrove Primary School Singapore)
FAMEFederal Aviation Medical Examiners
FAMEFast Acquisition with Multiphase Efgre3D (MRI scan technique for acquisition of high resolution images)
FAMEFlorida Association of Membership Executives
FAMEFisheries Assessment, Monitoring and Ecology (Southeast Fisheries Science Center)
References in classic literature ?
'When I dramatise a book, sir,' said the literary gentleman, 'THAT'S fame. For its author.'
'So Richard Turpin, Tom King, and Jerry Abershaw have handed down to fame the names of those on whom they committed their most impudent robberies?' said Nicholas.
'That would be an equally fair plea in both cases,' replied Nicholas; 'but if you put it upon that ground, I have nothing more to say, than, that if I were a writer of books, and you a thirsty dramatist, I would rather pay your tavern score for six months, large as it might be, than have a niche in the Temple of Fame with you for the humblest corner of my pedestal, through six hundred generations.'
With what joy will the haughty Richard hear the news, that the knight that set him hard in Palestine, and well-nigh darkened his renown, has lost fame and honour for a Jewish girl, whom he could not even save by so costly a sacrifice!''
He left the apartment hastily as he uttered these words, and the Preceptor followed, to watch and confirm him in his resolution; for in Bois-Guilbert's fame he had himself a strong interest, expecting much advantage from his being one day at the head of the Order, not to mention the preferment of which Mont-Fitchet had given him hopes, on condition he would forward the condemnation of the unfortunate Rebecca.
The 2011 election marks the 68th Hall of Fame election held by the BBWAA.
Fame And Glory, while a winner of his last four starts, has probably achieved less on the book this season.
BEIRUT: Richard Caleal, son of immigrant Lebanese parents and a self-taught designer who rose to head advanced styling at Ford, will be inducted in to the US Automotive Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
If agreed, the council will look at the feasibility of a Walk of Fame to celebrate the roles played by people who have made a mark in the fields of art, education, science and medicine, as well as showbiz stars, footballers and other sporting icons.
This year's inductees to the Hall of Fame will be announced at a star-studded dinner in Glasgow's Hilton Hotel in association with Cheque Centre on November 15.
The Broadcasters Hall of Fame, Akron, Ohio, was originally founded in October 1982 by C.
Fame crashed into something massive and unflinching - the 1990s.