FGIS

AcronymDefinition
FGISFederal Grain Inspection Service
FGISFiesta Gardens International School (San Mateo, CA)
FGISFerguson Green Insurance Services (UK)
FGISFrench, German, Italian, Spanish
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Specific items from the FGIS were grouped into three domains of predictors (demographic, academic, and family) for organizational and analytic purposes.
Data obtained from instructional plans, video-recorded classroom observations and FGIs were analyzed using a constant-comparison analysis method.
Also, marketing departments use focus group interviews (FGIs), customer visits, and pilot tests with limited numbers of potential customers as methods of collecting this data.
All the FGIs were conducted in the local language and then translated into English.
For these purposes we chose a phenomenological approach, which is an approach that figures out the fundamental meaning of a phenomenon by analyzing the structural side of consumers' experiences and thoughts (Creswell, 1998) and used an in-depth interview through a FGI (Focus Group Interview).
Chukar met Federal Grain Inspection Service (FGIS) kernel grading standards for club wheat from test locations harvested in 2001 and 2002.
Female Genital Image Scale (FGIS; Morrison, Ellis, Bearden, Harriman, & Morrison, 2004).
To permit male/female comparisons in genital self-image, total scores on the FGIS and the MGIS were divided by the total number of items in each scale (12 and 14 items, respectively).
(12) Though DAGs alone seem to verify the importance of R2 in the price discovery process, data provided by the United States Federal Grain Inspection Service (FGIS)--which provides data on volume of trade and number of ships leaving the U.S.
The Federal Grain Inspection Service (FGIS) is responsible for the integrity of inspection, weighing and handling of American grain, including corn, wheat, rye, oats, barley, flaxseed, sorghum, soybeans, triticale, sunflower seed and mixed grain.
To help remedy the problem, in 1985, Congress ordered USDA's Federal Grain Inspection Service (FGIS) to develop an objective system of wheat classification.