FROC

AcronymDefinition
FROCFederated Russian Orthodox Clubs
FROCFrankland River Olive Company (Australia)
FROCFree-Response Operator Characteristic
FROCField Radio Operators Course (USMC)
FROCForest Row Osteopathic Clinic (UK)
FROCFootball Rural Ollé Club (French football club)
FROCFlint River Outdoor Center (Thomaston, GA)
FROCFriends Run Orange County (California)
FROCFlood Relief Operations Centre (Thailand)
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The FROC had articulated some of the most urgent issues affecting poor Nicaraguans in both rural and urban areas -- even for those who did not agree with their tactics -- and they reportedly enjoy substantial support in the countryside.
At issue was the ability of FROC to use their shuttle service to bus individuals and rental canoes to Sprewell Bluff, where they access the Flint River and float down to the center.
The FROC (Flood Relief Operations Centre) has asked the army to send personnel to areas where it has conflicts.
I would like to ask Bangkok people who are already affected or could be affected soon to consider evacuating to other places," said Thongthong Chantarangsu, a spokesman for FROC.
les gens dechirent leurs frocs et courent se terrer de nouveau dans leur trou (Chikwava, 2011 : 17).
An active PTA member, she also supports Laguna Beach Water Polo, the Girl Scouts, and FROCS (Friends for Cathryn Pediatric Cancer Awareness).
Jean Rook, a columnist for the Daily Express, called members of FROCS a bunch of "mincing militants" and "ferocious faggots," a "limp-wristed army of insecure Wicked Fairies.