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F1Formula 1
F1First Year
F1Form 1
F1First Generation (genetics)
F1First Formant Frequency (speech acoustics)
F1Function 1 key (keyboard)
F1Largest Preovulatory Follicle (reproductive science)
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Square offspring has sometimes resulted from a slightly Irregular Triangle; but in almost every such case the Irregularity of the first generation is visited on the third; which either fails to attain the Pentagonal rank, or relapses to the Triangular.] Such a birth requires, as its antecedents, not only a series of carefully arranged intermarriages, but also a long, continued exercise of frugality and self-control on the part of the would-be ancestors of the coming Equilateral, and a patient, systematic, and continuous development of the Isosceles intellect through many generations.
The Ho-lu of the first generation may rise to become Alus; the Alus of the second generation may become Bo-lu, while it requires three generations of Bo-lu to become Band-lu, and so on until Kro-lu's parent on one side must be of the sixth generation.
seeds of winter rye hybrids zu mefisto of the first generation for growing 600 units of grain.
Senior, I know you are a first generation graduate, and today I am coming to talk their matter and complain about their unbecoming becomings.
BAGHDAD (NINA) -- The security forces arrested one of the most dangerous terrorists of the first generation of al-Qaeda in Anbar.
The new configuration can be compared against the first generation to show equivalence and often illustrate increased reliability and reduced risk.
The little existing evidence in this context suggests that positive social relationships and support, both domestic and broader, may mitigate the effects of dysfunctional parenting in the first generation and break the intergenerational cycle of negative transmission discussed above (Egeland, Jacobvitz, & Papatola, 1987; Erzinger & Steiger, 2014).
Median Annual Salary Full-time First generation 45,000 Parent(s) attended some college 43,000 Parent(s) earned a bachelor's degree 45,500 Part-time First generation 15,600 Parent(s) attended some college 12,500 Parent(s) earned a bachelor's degree 116,100 Notes: Full time is defined as working 35 or more hours per week; part time as working less than that.
* Private equity funds: 54% second generation, 42% first generation
The Fourth Annual First Generation College Student Summit brought more than 250 college students together to share their experiences and discuss the challenges associated with succeeding in higher education as the first person in their family to attend college.
Fenderson left Columbia to pursue a career in film, with her most recent production, First Generation, focusing on this opportunity disparity at institutions around the country.
Auto Business News-September 3, 2015--Ford India withdraws production of Ford Classic sedan, Ford Fiesta and first generation Ford Figo
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