FRR

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AcronymDefinition
FRRFree Registration Required
FRRFurniture Row Racing (team; Colorado)
FRRFlint River Ranch (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
FRRFalse Rejection Rate (biometrics)
FRRFast Re-Route
FRRFalse Rejection Rate
FRRFree Rasalhague Republic (gaming)
FRRFast Reroute (MPLS protection scheme)
FRRFinancial Risk Rating
FRRFlight Readiness Review
FRRFonds de Réserve pour les Retraites (French: Pension Reserve Fund)
FRRFloating Reference Rate (finance)
FRRFrequency Restoration Reserve (power grids; various locations)
FRRFinancial Reporting Release
FRRFire Resistance Rating
FRRFusion Rock Radio (online radio)
FRRFree Range Router (open-source software)
FRRFront Royal, Virginia
FRRFacility Repair and Renewal (US Army program)
FRRFinancial Reporting Requirements
FRRFirst Right of Refusal
FRRFunctional Readiness Review
FRRFunctional Recovery Routine
FRRFiber Reinforced Rubber
FRRFunctional Requirements Review
FRRField Return Rate (quality control)
FRRFinancial Restructuring and Recovery (finance)
FRRFacility Risk Rating
FRRFuel Return Rate
FRRForward Resource Reservation
FRRField Reduction Region
FRRFull Reimbursement Rate
FRRFitted For Radio
FRRField Revision Request
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