FFPCFlorida Family Policy Council
FFPCFédération Française de la Presse Catholique (French: French Catholic Press Federation)
FFPCFantasy Football Players Championship
FFPCFlorida Fire Prevention Code
FFPCFort Frances Power Corporation (Ontario, Canada)
FFPCFirm Fixed Price Contract
FFPCFaith Free Presbyterian Church (Greenville, SC)
FFPCFriends of Fort Point Channel (Boston, MA)
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From this result, we observe that, the FFPC method performs better than the PCPEM method and it is less affected by the increase of number of channels used and the combination of EEG from different channels.
The successful classification from interictal and ictal signals by using the FFPC method with the first three PCs indicates that signal dependencies structure of Freiburg data had more discrimination power than their signal energy measure.
"The kidnappers left a note next to Hanafi threatening that other FFPC members would meet a worse fate than him.
The FFPC said Hanafi filed a report about the incident with the 10 th of Ramadan police accusing the Brotherhood of "terrorising and torturing" him.
Aside from personal information such as marital status, number of children, military service, involvement in and contributions to charitable and religious organizations, the FFPC's questionnaire asked the candidates which justices of the United States and Florida supreme courts best reflected their judicial philosophy and whether they agreed or disagreed with various statements, some purportedly describing the holdings of specific cases.
John Stemberger, president of the FFPC and a member of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, told the News when the suit was filed that although almost half of the candidates returned the questionnaires, only a handful actually answered the legal issue questions, which the group attributed to a fear of prosecution by the JQC for violating the canons
The FFPC, along with the Christian Coalition, sent questionnaires to judicial candidates this year, asking their personal views on a variety of matters, including abortion and gay marriage.
That prompted the FFPC to go to federal court, saying the part of Canon 3 dealing with recusals violated the First Amendment.
He also questioned the value of questionnaires, noting a question on the FFPC form asked candidates to name their favorite U.S.
The FFPC responded by seeking an injunction in the federal Northern District Court of Florida, saying that the canons and the opinion chill candidates' First Amendment rights and violates the U.S.
The committee took no action, but if the federal court has acted on the FFPC's case, the committee may take the issue up again at its January meeting, she said.
And the canons, combined with the JEAC opinion, "forces judges to choose between speech and their duties, and FFPC is forced to decide between silence and publishing judicial candidates' responses [to its candidate questionnaire] and potentially subjecting those candidates to discipline--a choice that chills free speech and association--thereby violating the First and 14th Amendments of the United States Constitution."