FNESS

AcronymDefinition
FNESSFirst Nations Emergency Services Society (British Columbia, Canada)
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Dancy understands the Intellectualist Assumption to be the thesis that, roughly speaking, in order to know the truth of any statement of the sorts 'x is F' or 'Fness is G', one must be able to say what 'the F' ('Fness') is (36).
The Lytton First Nation, the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD), and Wastech Services, Ltd., carried out a joint venture to construct a solid waste transfer station that offers a full recycling system, garbage removal, and an effluent disposal site (FNESS, 1999).
What FNESS does for a community is send an emergency planner in to guide them through the process--making sure chief and council are on board, helping to determine who the emergency co-ordinator should be and doing an assessment of the risks or hazards in the community and the resources available to respond to those hazards.
The level of emergency preparedness that already exists when FNESS is called in to help develop a plan has varied from community to community.
But then it is automatically necessary that a is F, so long as the individual a and the property Fness (which intersect in the trope of a's Fness) both exist.