FLOS

AcronymDefinition
FLOSFree/Libre Open Source (software)
FLOSFractional Lower-Order Statistics
FLOSFort Lauderdale Orchid Society (Florida)
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In May and June come pinks of all sorts, specially the blushpink; roses of all kinds, except the musk, which comes later; honeysuckles; strawberries; bugloss; columbine; the French marigold, flos Africanus; cherry-tree in fruit; ribes; figs in fruit; rasps; vineflowers; lavender in flowers; the sweet satyrian, with the white flower; herba muscaria; lilium convallium; the apple-tree in blossom.
This programme is collaborative effort of JICA and MOWCADZD to improve the service delivery of FLOs who work for the women community in Sri Lanka.
Mary Williams, chief executive at Brake, said: "In the aftermath of a road crash, FLOs provide vital care to families when they need it most.
FIVE ALIVE Walsh, on Kemboy, jumps ahead of Rachel Blackmore riding Balko Des Flos in second lap
Balko Des Flos, Rachael Blackmore, H De Bromhead - Sky Bet: 28/1, Ladbrokes: 28/1, William Hill: 33/1, Betfair: 33/1, Paddy Power: 33/1
Kemboy is one of three Irish raiders, along with Henry de Bromhead's Balko Des Flos and Road To Respect from Noel Meade's yard.
Vision Des Flos continues to run well in good races and, having chased home Buveur D'Air at Sandown, he appeared to find the trip and track too sharp at Wincanton last time.
TAP FLOS events are community gatherings offered for free or low cost.
Not to be left out, Henry de Bromhead got in on the act with Balko Des Flos in the Ryanair Chase.
Protek Des Flos clearly appreciated moving back to the smaller obstacles when winning last time and he can start to really thrive in the Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle at Huntingdon.
Produced by Flos in 1967, the fixture's oblong reflector, griplike cooling holes, and off-kilter marble base became iconic--a status it enjoys to this day.