FOTM

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Also found in: Idioms.
AcronymDefinition
FOTMFan of the Month
FOTMFocus on the Masters (Ventura, CA)
FOTMFlavor of the Month (also seen as FOM)
FOTMFan of Traditional Music
FOTMFoaming of the Mouth
FOTMFire On The Mountain (Grateful Dead song)
FOTMFact of the Matter
FOTMFeature of the Month
FOTMFish Of The Month
FOTMFriends of Old Time Music (organization)
FOTMForum of the Month
FOTMFungus of the Month
FOTMFirst of the Month
FOTMFire on the Move (gaming)
FOTMFriend of the Month
FOTMField Operations Training Manual (US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration)
FOTMFestival of the Masters (annual open-air art festival; Downtown Disney; Lake Buena Vista, FL)
FOTMFlight Operation-Time Management
FOTMFunctionally Oriented Technical Manual
FOTMFall of the Machines (song)
FOTMFolk On The Moor
References in classic literature ?
The fact of the matter is, I thought, with Sir Henry Curtis and Captain Good, that the best plan would be to tell my story in a plain, straightforward manner, and to leave these matters to be dealt with subsequently in whatever way ultimately may appear to be desirable.
The fact of the matter is," said she significantly, and also in a half whisper, "everyone knows Count Cyril's reputation.
The fact of the matter is that things are going on in Germany, just at the present moment, the knowledge of which is of vital interest to us.
The fact of the matter was that he had only just finished giving the father of the family his shilling, and he was afraid that Claire had seen him doing it.
The fact of the matter is,' said the benevolent gentleman, 'that my friend here (pointing to the other plump gentleman) will give you half a guinea, if you'll answer one or two--'
The fact of the matter as regards the helmet, steed, and knight that Don Quixote saw, was this.
Of course I couldn't have left her there alone, no matter how much I might have desired to do so; but the fact of the matter was that I didn't desire to leave her.
Fact of the matter remains that visit of different delegation from Iran to Balochistan have been cancelled due to security problems here.
But the fact of the matter is, with the social media being what it is today, with the press and the 24-hour news cycle, it's very difficult to get away from it," he added.
In nonfiction, adherence to the fact of the matter is paramount.
The fact of the matter is that, if he hadn't tried to run, he'd still be alive.
We started with A-10s and went to F-15Es, but the fact of the matter is it wasn't necessary.