FROD

AcronymDefinition
FRODFinal Record of Decision
FRODFat-Removal Orbital Decompression (ophthalmology)
FRODFunctionally Related Observable Difference
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Wil Lloyd o Fachynlleth yw'r cigydd a brynodd foch buddugol Alun Owens yn y Ffair Aeaf ac yn Ol ef er nad yw yr union frod o ddiddordeb i'r cwsmer, mae 'na bwyslais mawr yn cael ei rhoi ar ansawdd y cig a bod y cig yn cael ei fagu'n lleol.
Frod waes se fyrdrinc; he let his francan wadan purh daes hysses hals, hand wisode paet he on pam faersceadan feorh geraehte.
Forpon naenig fira paes frod leofao paet his maege aespringe purh his aegne sped witan, hu geond grund faereo goldtorht sunne in paet wonne genip under waetra gepring, oppe hwa paes leohtes londbuende brucan mote, sippan heo ofer brim hweorfed.(11)
Over the next three years, the growth of satellite videoconferencing surpassed all expectations, numbering among its champions such organizations as American Express, Frod, Firestone, IBM, Bank Administration Institute, Zimmer, Nabisco, Johnson & Johnson, Texas Instruments, the American Dental Association, the National Safety Council and the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon.
Forest Service's issuance of the Final Record of Decision ('FROD') for the Rosemont project in Arizona.
(30) The short, curious text Sha-Wahram, composed in the Islamic period, expresses messianic hopes for the coming of a ruler from the line of the Kavis who would free Iran from the Arab yoke, restore the Zoroastrian religion, and allow the Zoroastrians to wreak their vengeance upon the Muslims: "We shall let the mosques fall down, we shall establish fires, we shall raze the idol-temples" (mazgitiha frod hilem, be nisanem ataxsan, uzdeszariha be kanem).
I think the winner will come frod and haa from a South American country and both Brazil and Argentina have the players, temperament and experience of being successful on this stage.
raiTcro it p - w froD pounds 1 miA mo paS we the lon va seaT te t m 19 1a Almost 650,000 poured into Bournemouth, Brighton and Blackpool alone, packing out the beaches.
Its obvious connexion is with the old word frod meaning etymologically 'wise by experience'" (Letters 224).
raiTcro it p - w froD pounds 1 miA mo paS we the lon va Almost 650,000 poured into Bournemouth, Brighton and Blackpool alone, packing out the beaches.