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FGFFibroblast Growth Factor
FGFFédération des Géomètres Francophones (French: Francophone Federation of Surveyors)
FGFFuture Generation Foundation (Egypt)
FGFFine Girl Friday
FGFFeel-Good Factor
FGFFake Girlfriend
FGFFederación Gallega de Fútbol (Spain)
FGFFédération Guinéenne de Football (Guinea)
FGFForschungsgemeinschaft Funk eV
FGFFormer Girlfriend
FGFFamous Gut Feel
FGFFake Gameplay Footage (gaming industry)
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But in a separate statement, the Tories said: "While the Bill may have the feel-good factor, it will not stop the serious and pernicious child abuse which is already unlawful.
"It [December] was a really good month with a lot of games in a short period, there's definitely a feel-good factor right now.
Speaking on Match of the Day 3, he said: "Confidence is a huge thing and there is a feel-good factor about Newcastle now.
"Hopefully, we can get a win, get into the next round and get a bit of a feel-good factor. We need to get through that and go into the next league game (against Arsenal) with a bit of confidence."
Of course, we would all very, very much like to get two good results now, starting with tomorrow night and get that feel-good factor."
"There is a feel-good factor about the club just now and we have nothing to lose so we can have a real go at them."
The opinion poll found that 72 percent feel their country has been given a feel-good factor in the eyes of people abroad, the Daily Express reported.
LEWIS Hamilton believes his recent move to Monaco has helped increase his feel-good factor ahead of the new Formula One season, which opens in Australia next weekend.
British acts Tinie Tempah, Jessie J and Coldplay triumphed at Glastonbury Festival, with the sunshine adding to the feel-good factor.
There was a great buzz after we beat Slovenia and there's just a feel-good factor when you win - and everyone was buzzing when we got through."
3 THE feel-good factor has returned to a Birmingham side currently riding the crest of a wave and firmly believing they belong in the top flight.