FOGAFoundations of Genetic Algorithms
FOGAFashion Originators Guild of America
FOGAFriends of Gloucestershire Archives (est. 1993; UK)
FOGAFederation of Gujarati Associations
FOGAFlorida Organic Growers Association
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The International Cerebrovascular Translational Clinical Research and Training Program (ICT_CRT) at the Aga Khan University is supported by funds from the Award Number D43TW008660 from the Foga
This ratio subsequently increased to 143.9% by the end of 1997, reflecting greater remuneration to employees and increases in expenditure for rent and fixed assets, which were higher than the average quarterly growth rate of net interest income (Foga 1997).
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Thanh Tho Quan, Siu Cheung Hui1 and Tru Hoang Cao FOGA: A Fuzzy Ontology Generation Framework for Scholarly Semantic Web the 2004 Knowledge Discovery and Ontologies Workshop KDO'04
This seems altogether unnecessary, as the first line makes it clear that the answer is FOGA, the reversal of AGOF.
E fu tanta e si grande la foga di quella, che quasi tutta si ficco nella rena, vicina al lito forse una gittata di pietra.
We began with the Bota Foga, a samba dance step that is, according to Mark, "really quite easy".