FOIT

AcronymDefinition
FOITFlash of Invisible Text (software bug)
FOITFiber Optic Interconnect Technology
FOITFoundations of Information Technology
FOITFriends of Information Technology
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"We are proud to continue our Czech tradition of industrial production and innovation," said Mr Foit.
Typical high temperature non magnetic minerals found in pyrometamorphic rocks associated with coal combustion appear to include several Fe and Al rich clinopyroxene, melilita, cristobalite, tridymite, mullite, cordierite and fayalite solid solutions, as well as glass (Foit et al., 1987; Cosca et al., 1989; Radan & Radan, 1998).
Clockwise from top, Paula Foit looks for shells on a beach on Willard Bay while the setting sun illuminates a rain shower; five king penguins admire their reflections in the water in their enclosure at Munich Zoo; rickshaws throng a street in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka.
Foit, Jr., foitite is an alkali-deficient, iron-rich tourmaline that is visibly indistinguishable from schorl or dark-colored elbaite.
John Properties Danny Foit and Danny Severn represented the landlord in the transaction.
The researchers used the Fast Optical In Vivo Topometry of Human Skin (FOITS) technique to measure changes in periorbital wrinkles in the two studies in women between the ages of 30 and 70 years old (study 1, n = 42; study 2, n = 35).
Fast optical in vivo topometry of human skin (FOITS): Vergleichende Untersuchungen zur Laserprofilometrie.
Skin topography was quantitatively evaluated after measurements by the FOITS (Fast Optical In vivo Topometry of human Skin) technique at the beginning and at the end of the treatment.
AIMS: To demonstrate the ability of new anti-aging moisturizing products to improve overall smoothness and wrinkle depth appearance in the periorbital region via the Fast Optical in vivo Topometry of Human Skin (FOITS).