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FMFFeminist Majority Foundation
FMFFree Money Finance (blog)
FMFFamilial Mediterranean Fever
FMFForeign Military Financing
FMFFleet Marine Force
FMFFederacion Mexicana de Futbol
FMFFantastic Mr. Fox (book and film)
FMFFederação Moçambicana de Futebol (Portuguese: Mozambican Football Federation; Mozambique)
FMFFièvre Méditerranéenne Familiale (French: Familial Mediterranean Fever)
FMFFlorida Music Festival
FMFFederal Ministry of Finance (Nigeria)
FMFFédération des Médecins de France
FMFFree Market Foundation
FMFFullmoon Festival
FMFFunkmaster Flex (musician)
FMFFédération des Mutuelles de France (French insurance federation)
FMFFinancial Management Framework
FMFFulbright Memorial Fund
FMFFetal Movements Felt (pregnancy)
FMFFiji Military Forces
FMFFemale/Male/Female (electronics)
FMFFlash Menu Factory (software)
FMFFysisch-Mathematische Faculteitsvereniging (Dutch)
FMFFlying Machine Factory
FMFFannie Mae Foundation (est. 1979)
FMFFuel Manufacturing Facility
FMFFederación Malagueña de Fútbol (Spanish football federation)
FMFFacility Master File
FMFFort Mason Foundation (California)
FMFFlight Management Function
FMFFinancial Management Finance (USAF)
FMFFuel Monitoring Facility
FMFFloating Maintenance Facilities
FMFFlorida Mango Forum
FMFFlight Movement Forecast (aviation weather)
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According to the Free Market Foundation's Davie, early extrapolations of the number of infected were based on tests that included a large number of pregnant women.
"We're just cutting and pasting wholesale large volumes of legislation from the U.K., Germany, Canada, and Australia," said Neil Emerick of the Free Market Foundation. Furthermore, Kane-Berman continued, while the governing African National Congress is focused on building stable black middle and upper classes, unemployment has doubled since 1994 because of strict labor market laws, racial regulations, and the reintroduction of foreign competition.
Because the socialized economies of Europe are still unable to match the manufacturing might of the U.S., which--despite decades of socialist impositions by Washington--remains vigorous because of its free market foundations.