FFR


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AcronymDefinition
FFRFiltering Facepiece Respirator (medical safety mask)
FFRFactory Five Racing (Wareham, MA)
FFRFederation Francaise de Rugby (French National Rugby Team)
FFRFractional Flow Reserve
FFRFederal Funds Rate (interest rate)
FFRFinal Fight Revenge (gaming)
FFRFractional Frequency Reuse (algorithms)
FFRFederal Financial Report
FFRFast Food Restaurant
FFRFlashFlashRevolution (website)
FFRFoundation for Recovery (addiction)
FFRFast Framing
FFRFactory Five Racing
FFRFast File Recovery
FFRFlash Flash Revolution (computer game)
FFRFédération Française des Réflexologues (French: French Federation of Reflexologists)
FFRFrequency Following Response
FFRFitted for Radio
FFRFor Future Reference
FFRFasteners for Retail (Cleveland, OH)
FFRFull Financial Report (various companies)
FFRFood for Recovery
FFRFdisk Format Reinstall (operating system)
FFRFault Feedback Ratio
FFRFlorissant Fire Rescue (Colorado)
FFRRadar Picket Frigate
FFRFull Facility Revitalization
FFRField Failure Rate
FFRFord Foundation Report (magazine)
FFRFrontier Force Regiment (Pakistan)
FFRFume Formation Rate (welding)
FFRForce Feasibility Review
FFRForests and Fish Rules
FFRFranciscan Friars of the Renewal
FFRFree Flight Rocket
FFRFluid Fuel Reactor
FFRFind, Fix and Repair
FFRForward Firing Rocket
FFRFind, Fix, and Retest
FFRFuel Feed Rate
FFRFull Frequency Resolution
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Section I introduces a theoretical model of information processing and presents hypotheses of market and institutional investor behavior surrounding the announcement of FFR. Section II discusses the research design employed, which includes the sample selection and methodologies used in the study.
The second statement, signed by the president of the group, left open the possibility that dissident rebels acting in the name of the FFR could be responsible.
The Volcano s5i can now accommodate the three primary intravascular diagnostic tools in regular use by cardiologists today (high frequency rotational IVUS, fast and simple phased array IVUS, and pressure-based FFR guidewires) on a single platform, making modern day imaging consoles more flexible than ever before.
If they want to objectively measure lesion severity prior to committing to a therapeutic strategy, they can use a Volcano FFR guidewire.
With respect to methodology, several researchers, including Blinder and Bernanke [1992], Leeper [1995], and Stock and Watson [2001], have used various types of vector autoregressions (VARs) (reduced form, structural, recursive) to estimate the impact of the FFR on aggregate unemployment.
FFR seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield (before the fund's fees and expenses) of an equity index called the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Developed Index.
The result of the club's referendum caps a traumatic week for the FFR, which was ordered by an industrial tribunal on Monday to pay one million euros in compensation to sacked former national coach Guy Noves.
The FFR later welcomed a "balanced" decision and said in a statement it did not plan to appeal.
"The FFR and the NRL have therefore proposed to World Rugby an evolution of the rules by lowering the line of plating at the level of the belt, prohibiting the two-player tackle and tackle head-to-head.
Since its inception, FFR has provided financing solutions to over 4,300 businesses nationwide while originating over USD 650m in leases and loans during that period.
Marlin announced that it has acquired Fleet Financing Resources, or FFR, a provider of equipment finance credit products focused on the commercial vehicle market.
To describe the effect of elastic deformation of the flexible body on its own large overall motion, Likins [5] proposed the floating frame of reference (FFR).