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FOAMFramework for Open Application Management
FOAMFacsimile over Advanced Mail
FOAMFast Ocean Atmosphere Model (research project)
FOAMForecasting Ocean Assimilation Model (British Navy meteorological model)
FOAMFoam Optics and Mechanics
FOAMFinnish Open Air Museum (Haukivuori, Finland)
FOAMFirst Office Action on the Merits (USPTO)
FOAMFriends of Arcata Marsh (Arcata, CA)
FOAMFormant of Apparent Morphology
FOAMFiber-Optic Gamma Ray Alpha Measurement
FOAMFirst Office Application Manual
FOAMFundamentals of Advanced Math
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For three minutes or more he was seen swimming like a dog, throwing his long arms straight out before him, and by turns revealing his brawny shoulders through the freezing foam. I looked at the grand and glorious fellow, but saw no one to be saved.
Ham watched the sea, standing alone, with the silence of suspended breath behind him, and the storm before, until there was a great retiring wave, when, with a backward glance at those who held the rope which was made fast round his body, he dashed in after it, and in a moment was buffeting with the water; rising with the hills, falling with the valleys, lost beneath the foam; then drawn again to land.
And now he made for the wreck, rising with the hills, falling with the valleys, lost beneath the rugged foam, borne in towards the shore, borne on towards the ship, striving hard and valiantly.
But they would never understand the strange, sweet language that she spoke, or even see the lovely face that smiled at them above the waves; her blue, transparent garments were but water to their eyes, and the pearl chains in her hair but foam and sparkling spray; so, hoping that the sea would be most gentle with them, silently she floated on her way, and left them far behind.
So up they went, through foam and spray, till on the beach, where the fresh winds played among her falling hair, and the waves broke sparkling at her feet, the lonely mother still stood, gazing wistfully across the sea.
"The squadwon can't pass," shouted Vaska Denisov, showing his white teeth fiercely and spurring his black thoroughbred Arab, which twitched its ears as the bayonets touched it, and snorted, spurting white foam from his bit, tramping the planks of the bridge with his hoofs, and apparently ready to jump over the railings had his rider let him.
The spell of the fair wind has a subtle power to scatter a white-winged company of ships looking all the same way, each with its white fillet of tumbling foam under the bow.
[USPRwire, Wed Sep 04 2019] Memory Foam Market Introduction Memory foam is also referred to as low-resilience or viscoelastic polyurethane foam.
[ClickPress, Thu May 02 2019] One component formulations of polyurethane foam, which is manufactured by reacting polyols and diisocyanates, are referred as one component foam.
Representing the foam manufacturers, advocate Taffazul Haider Rizvi submitted that the foam manufactures in Pakistan were on the brink of complete collapse due to sales tax exemption offered to the foam manufacturers of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
A gas-injected foam extrusion process is used to produce foamed cable insulation.
29 March 2016 - New York-based private equity firm Arsenal Capital Partners has invested in Elite Foam, Inc.