FIR


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AcronymDefinition
FIRFinite Impulse Response
FIRFar Infrared
FIRFederal Inland Revenue (Nigeria)
FIRFixed Income Research
FIRFortune International Realty (Florida)
FIRFalling in Reverse (band)
FIRFirst Information Report
FIRFederal Inspection Report (US FEMA)
FIRFast Infrared
FIRFor Immediate Release
FIRFederazione Italiana Rugby (Italian: Italian Rugby Federation)
FIRFiscal Impact Report (various locations)
FIRFlight Information Region (aircraft)
FIRFilms in Review (publication)
FIRField Inspection Report (various locations)
FIRFairyland in Reality (band; Taiwan)
FIRFonds d'Intervention Régional (French: Regional Intervention Fund)
FIRForum pour l'Investissement Responsable (French: Forum for Responsible Investment)
FIRFinancial Information Reporting
FIRFast Infra Red
FIRFar Infra Red
FIRFédération Internationale du Recyclage (French: International Federation of Recycling; Netherlands)
FIRForschungsinstitut für Rationalisierung (German Institute for Operations Management)
FIRFahrner Image Replacement (CSS method for replacing text with an image)
FIRFirefly Books
FIRFrance Initiative Réseau (French: France Initiative Network)
FIRFlood Insurance Report (US FEMA)
FIRFédération Internationale de Relaxologie (French: International Federation of Relaxology)
FIRFonds Institutionnel de la Recherche (French: Institutional Research Fund; Canada)
FIRFish Inspection Regulations (Canada)
FIRField Inspection Review
FIRFully Indexed Rate
FIRFirst Investigation Report
FIRFournitures Industrielles du Rhône (French: Rhone Industrial Supplies; Rhone, France)
FIRFinal Inspection Report
FIRField Investigation Report
FIRFairways in Regulation (golf)
FIRFinite-duration Impulse Response
FIRField Contact Report
FIRFluids Integrated Rack
FIRFirst Impression Report
FIRFull Indicator Reading
FIRField Intelligence Report
FIRFlying Insects and Robots
FIRFlight Incident Recorder
FIRFound Iron Rod
FIRFacility Inspection Report
FIRFull Inspection Report
FIRFinancial Inventory Report
FIRFederal Industry and Research (type of grant)
FIRFault Isolation Resolution
FIRFailure Insensitive Routing
FIRFlight Information Report
FIRFrequency Induced Resonance
FIRFar Infrasound
FIRFinal Inspection Record
FIRFlow Induced Resonance (underwater acoustics)
FIRField Incident Rate
FIRFunctional Item Repair/Replacement
FIRFuture Issue Requirement
References in classic literature ?
When Christmas came, quite young trees were cut down: trees which often were not even as large or of the same age as this Fir Tree, who could never rest, but always wanted to be off.
Then two servants came in rich livery and carried the Fir Tree into a large and splendid drawing-room.
There was such a bawling and screaming--the Fir Tree alone was silent, and he thought to himself, "Am I not to bawl with the rest?
The Fir Tree stood quite still and absorbed in thought; the birds in the wood had never related the like of this.
Now then the splendor will begin again," thought the Fir.
They snuffed about the Fir Tree, and rustled among the branches.
But for that, it would be delightful here, old Fir, wouldn't it?
said the Fir Tree, thinking over what he had himself related.
Oh," said the little Mice, "how fortunate you have been, old Fir Tree
and he thought at the moment of a nice little Birch Tree growing out in the woods: to the Fir, that would be a real charming princess.
Martin and Tom, both of whom had irons on, tried it without success at first; the fir bark broke away where they stuck the irons in as soon as they leant any weight on their feet, and the grip of their arms wasn't enough to keep them up; so, after getting up three or four feet, down they came slithering to the ground, barking their arms and faces.
He felt it as the beginning of the disagreeables incident to a visit at aunt Pullet's, where he had once been compelled to sit with towels wrapped round his boots; a fact which may serve to correct the too-hasty conclusion that a visit to Garum Firs must have been a great treat to a young gentleman fond of animals,--fond, that is, of throwing stones at them.