FOL

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FOLFollow(ed/ing)
FOLFruit of the Loom (clothing)
FOLFolder
FOLFédération des Œuvres Laïques (French: Federation of Secular Works)
FOLFlash of Light (World of Warcraft)
FOLFlavor of Love (VH1 show)
FOLFriends of the Library
FOLFocus on Literacy (education)
FOLFirst-Order Logic (logic, math)
FOLFiber Optic Link (US DoD)
FOLForeign Ownership Limit
FOLForm Object Library
FOLFirst Order Logic
FOLFree on Line
FOLFlat on Left (configuration)
FOLFlower of Life
FOLFact of Life
FOLForward Operating Location
FOLFear of Loss (marketing)
FOLFacility Operating License
FOLFocus On Learning (accreditation process for schools)
FOLFull Overlap
FOLFormazione On-Line (Italian: Education Online)
FOLFrente Obrero Liberashon (Dutch: Workers' Liberation Front, Netherlands Antilles)
FOLFinal Offer Letter
FOLFeel Our Love (song by Smashing Pumpkins)
FOLFeast of Lanterns (Buddhist festival)
FOLFriends of Laphroaig
FOLFriends of LIVE (band)
FOLFirst Official Language
FOLFortress of Louisbourg (Canada)
FOLFart Out Loud
FOLFamily of Loudspeakers (US Navy)
FOLFalls Over Laughing
FOLFree on Loan
FOLFace-Offs Lost (hockey)
FOLFlight Operating Limitation
FOLFound On Linoleum (EMT slang; as in LOL FOL - Little Old Lady Found On Linoleum)
FOLFestival of Lakes
FOLFiber Optic Layout
FOLFiber-Optic Lines/Loops
FOLFall of Land (civil engineering)
FOLFiber-Optic Laryngoscopy
FOLFriends of Lizzy (band)
FOLFriends of Lois (support group)
FOLFacetz of Life
FOLFrowning Out Loud
FOLFoundations of Literature
FOLFachoberlehrkraft (German schools)
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Suddenly there was a flash of light, and a quantity of luminous greenish smoke came out of the pit in three distinct puffs, which drove up, one after the other, straight into the still air.
Ready for lightning in its dark bosom, and for the redeeming flash of light, charged with lightnings which say Yea!
Suddenly there was a flash of light and Tom came tearing by him:
There was a flash of light, a puff of smoke, a loud report.
came a concussion and a great flash of light in which he vanished, leaving me prone on my back with the most abominable black eye that anybody ever got in the faithful discharge of duty.
Success was partial--and fitful--still there was a result: ever and anon, the veil seemed to vanish, in a sudden flash of light: but, before I could fully realise the face, all was dark again.
Wingrave felt his companion's grasp tighten upon his arm; a flash of light upon the pale features and staring eyes of the young man a few feet off, showed him to be in the act of intercepting them.
The whole change passed over him like a flash of light, and he stood in the same instant, pale and astonished, before his patron.
At last he succeeded in getting the hair off the right side of his face and chin, when suddenly I, who was watching, became conscious of a flash of light that passed just by his head.
Finally Zad, realizing that he was tiring more than I, evidently decided to close in and end the battle in a final blaze of glory for himself; just as he rushed me a blinding flash of light struck full in my eyes, so that I could not see his approach and could only leap blindly to one side in an effort to escape the mighty blade that it seemed I could already feel in my vitals.
This velocity may be ascertained by sending a flash of light to a mirror, and observing how long it takes before the reflected flash reaches you, just as the velocity of sound may be ascertained by means of an echo.
The blow was like a flash of light. The paw, with rigid claws curving like talons, shot under the tender belly and came back with a swift ripping movement.