FOSCO

AcronymDefinition
FOSCOFederation of School Community Organisations (Australia)
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They come back, accompanied by Count Fosco and his wife, who propose to settle somewhere in the neighbourhood of London, and who have engaged to stay at Blackwater Park for the summer months before deciding on a place of residence.
The strange silence which she maintains on the subject of her husband's character and conduct, she preserves with almost equal resolution in the few references which her later letters contain to the name of her husband's bosom friend, Count Fosco.
Laura writes readily enough about the meeting with Madame Fosco, and assures me that she has found her aunt so much changed for the better--so much quieter, and so much more sensible as a wife than she was as a single woman--that I shall hardly know her again when I see her here.
Laura has preserved, far more perfectly than most people do in later life, the child's subtle faculty of knowing a friend by instinct, and if I am right in assuming that her first impression of Count Fosco has not been favourable, I for one am in some danger of doubting and distrusting that illustrious foreigner before I have so much as set eyes on him.
After the November convention, Liuna president Fosco claimed that none of the Mail Handlers' constitutional reforms can take effect until approved by Liuna including the provision for rank-and-file balloting.
Nevertheless, Fosco keeps his presidency by regularly informing the membership of his record and, according to a former union vice president, by threatening to kill his opponents.
Investing in a healthy couple relationship is going to promote a positive outcome for the child," Fosco said.
The set designers are Wayne Dean and Joanna Fosco. Props are organized by Debbie Szczesniak.
"Frigel has been developing closed-loop process cooling technology since 1960 that is designed to help companies improve efficiencies and help achieve sustainability goals," says Fosco. 'This survey is another proof point that solutions we manufacture and market continue to address customers' needs, yet only more-so today compared to decades ago."
The Vikings,” Andy Flatley's "Wonderphonium,” Dale and Susan Hofius' "RailRyder,” Gabriel Lucian Olariu's "Locklip Mounts,” Greg Ralph's "The Helix Extractor,” Brian Edwards' "Battle Fear,” Brian Millspaw's "Trillium,” Jill Fosco's "Make Up SomethingTM" and Teri A.
"The advantage to moulders is the ability to consistently produce quality parts with increased throughput and less scrap based on testing and the ability to make necessary adjustments, all of which points to satisfied end-customers and improved margins," Fosco concluded.
IT'S a dog's life in the was attractions army but military working pooch Fosco can rise to the occasion.