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FTWForget the World (polite form)
FTWFor the World
FTWFor the Win
FTWFree to Watch
FTWFollow the Way
FTWFor the Wolf
FTWFace the World
FTWFinding the Way (various locations)
FTWFor the Will
FTWFor the Weak
FTWFeel The Wind
FTWFeed the World (Internet slang)
FTWFrom The Wilderness (publication; Ashland, OR)
FTWFor The Wii
FTWFord Truck World
FTWFight to Win
FTWFeel the Wrath
FTWFort Wainwright, Alaska
FTWFate of Two Worlds (video game)
FTWFlying Training Wing
FTWForschungszentrum Telekommunikation Wien (Vienna, Austria)
FTWFear the Wife
FTWFiles and Settings Transfer Wizard
FTWFree the Whales
FTWFort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center (Amtrak station code; Fort Worth, TX)
FTWFree the Weed
FTWFrequency Tuning Word
FTWFree Trade Wharf
FTWFlorida Tax Watch
FTWFare Thee Well
FTWFor Those Wondering
FTWFor the Worms
FTWFind the Waldo
FTWForever Two Wheels
FTWFrank the Welder (mountain bikes)
FTWFort Worth Meacham Field (Airport Code)
FTWFuture Technology Workshop
FTWForward Towards Wing (Hattrick; online game)
FTWFamilies Than Work
FTWFree The Wookies (humor)
FTWForever Truly White
FTWFree the Weak
FTWForward the Word (Internet slang)
FTWFull Throttle Workshop
FTWForever Together Whenever (gaming clan)
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Then, before he let him go, he said, "Now, fare thee well, good Sheriff, and when next thou thinkest to despoil some poor prodigal, remember thy feast in Sherwood Forest.
Imagine all those hundreds of thousands of tourists who enjoyed the best that the Philippines had to offer and their last impression is not a heartfelt 'fare thee well' or a last chance to reminisce the beauty of the country but instead a cramped, poorly laid out facility where the food and retail outlets are not even half as nice as those in our domestic departure areas.
After the band announced the Fare Thee Well concerts at the beginning of the year, the demands for tickets was overwhelming.
The chorus of which folk song with a local flavour begins "So fare thee well my own true love ..."?
Tickets for "Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead'' will be available through a mail order system on Jan.