FSF

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AcronymDefinition
FSFFree Software Foundation
FSFFédération Sénégalaise de Football (French: Senegalese Football Federation; Senegal)
FSFFinancial Stability Forum
FSFFlight Safety Foundation
FSFFile System Factory
FSFFurther Seems Forever (band)
FSFFinished Square Feet (realty)
FSFFinancial-Services Firm
FSFForum de Stabilité Financière (French: Financial Stability Forum)
FSFFlorida State Fair (Tampa, FL)
FSFFrequency-Selective Fading
FSFFlorida Sports Foundation
FSFForeign Security Force
FSFFédération des Stomisés de France (French: Ostomy Federation of France)
FSFFuel Storage Facility
FSFFirefighters Support Foundation (Greenfield, MA)
FSFFourth Suit Forcing (bridge game)
FSFThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
FSFFibrin Stabilizing Factor
FSFFacilities Security Force (various locations)
FSFFamilies Supporting Families
FSFFootballeurs sans Frontières (French: Football Players without Borders)
FSFFriends of Science Fiction
FSFFiscales Sin Fronteras (Spanish: Public Prosecutors Without Borders)
FSFFirst Strike Force (gaming clan)
FSFFile System Factory (software)
FSFFótbóltssamband Føroya (Faroe Islands Football Association)
FSFFederation Sim Fleet (Star Trek role playing and simming organization)
FSFFast Sea Frame
FSFFédération Sud Finance (French: South Finance Federation)
FSFFirst Serve Fault (Tennis)
FSFFirst Step Fund (Kansas City, MO)
FSFForward Sioux Falls (Sioux Falls, SD)
FSFFrequency Scaling Factor
FSFFinlands Svenska Folkdansring (Swedish: Finnish Swedish Folkdance Ring)
FSFFolder-Staging Facility (Social Security)
FSFForward Support Facility
FSFFemale Seeking Female (personal ads)
FSFFirearms Storage Facility
FSFFlexible Storage Facility
FSFFreiwillige Selbstkontrolle Fernsehen eV
FSFFrederiksberg Skøjteløberforening (Denmark)
FSFFlight Simulation Forum (website)
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