FGF

(redirected from Feel-Good Factor)
AcronymDefinition
FGFFibroblast Growth Factor
FGFFédération des Géomètres Francophones (French: Francophone Federation of Surveyors)
FGFFuture Generation Foundation (Egypt)
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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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 feel-good factor was boosted after Olympic heroes Sir Chris Hoy and Jessica Ennis praised a new funding deal announced by David Cameron to help propel Team GB to further glory at Rio 2016.
ALEX McLeish believes that the feel-good factor is back at St Andrew's after yesterday's moraleboosting victory over Sunderland.
The feel-good factor was then calculated by subtracting the percentage of those who think their situation will worsen from the percentage who think it will get better.
In fact it might have been the feel-good factor that contributed to Ghana being pushed to the top of all other African countries in the Fifa rankings immediately after the tournament.
THE UK's summer feel-good factor has delivered a shot in the arm for the pub industry as Britons toasted the heatwave, the birth of Prince George and ongoing sporting success.
RETAILERS are adding jobs at the fastest rate since May 2002 as a feel-good factor continues to boost sales in the sector, a CBI survey has revealed.
A TOP football coach says our Kits for Kids promotion delivers a feel-good factor to teams who benefit from it.
STEVEN TAYLOR is confident the feel-good factor in the city can help inspire Newcastle United to reap the rewards from the biggest week of the season at St James' Park this week.
They currently sit two places and one point above the Premier League relegation zone, but there remains a feel-good factor around Villa Park, not least with the team in the FA Cup fourth round and two matches away from a possible place in the Capital One Cup final.
THE feel-good factor witnessed during the London Olympics spilled over into the streets of Belfast yesterday.