FGT


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FGTFull Gospel Tabernacle (Eureka, CA)
FGTFederação Gaúcha de Tênis (Portuguese: Gaucho Tennis Federation; Brazil)
FGTFixed Geometry Turbo
FGTFlorida Gas Transmission Company
FGTFried Green Tomatoes (movie)
FGTFlue-Gas Treatment
FGTFabrication Graphique et Technique (French: Manufacturing and Technical Graphics)
FGTFilm Grain Technology (bandwidth-saving technology for HD video)
FGTFrance Granulés Technologies (French technology firm)
FGTFilthy Gorgeous Things (online magazine)
FGTFinnish Golf Tour
FGTFunctional Ground Testing
FGTFanpop's Got Talent (contest)
FGTFormal Government Testing
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(2005), this study uses Foster-Greer-Thorbecke (FGT) approach to calculate the extent and level of rural poverty among various categories of farmers based on their income sources.
"The initial plan was to sell 40 per cent to multiple investors but FGT came in wanting 50 per cent and also a road map for further expansion in the northern emirates.
Table 3: FGT poverty indices according to gender FGT index Pooled sample Women Men Poverty headcount index 0.63 0.72 0.41 Poverty gap index 0.26 0.33 0.10 Poverty severity index 0.15 0.20 0.04 Table 4: Determinants of water access, Poisson model results Variables Pooled sample Women Coef.
Importantly, Figure 2 illustrates the growth in the use of FGT systems,
MTP: main thermal process, FGT: flue gas treatment, and ESP: electrostatic precipitator.
T1-weighted images were reviewed to determine the FGT proportion, and contrast-enhanced fat-suppressed T1-weighted images were reviewed to determine BPE.
On the basis of these observations, McCarley and Hobson proposed a reciprocal interaction model for sleep cycle oscillation modulated by LC and FGT activity [13], [17].
95% of TB of the female genital tract (FGT) is located in tissues other than the cervix.
put forward the Foster-Greer-Thorbecke (FGT) method that measures poverty from incidence, depth, and severity [37, 38].