FTR

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AcronymDefinition
FTRFighter
FTRFor The Record
FTRFit to Run
FTRFailure to Return
FTRFailed to Report
FTRFailure To Repair
FTRFirst to Review (review websites)
FTRForeign Trade Regulations
FTRFail to Reject (statistics)
FTRFlop Turn River (poker website)
FTRFederal Travel Regulation
FTRFailure to Rescue
FTRFizik Tedavi Rehabilitasyon (Turkish: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
FTRFull-Time Regular
FTRFlat Tv Receiver
FTRFederal Telecommunications Recommendations
FTRFinancial Transmission Right
FTRFamily Tracing and Reunification (various organizations)
FTRFormal Technical Review
FTRFirst Time Resolution
FTRFull Text Retrieval
FTRFile Type Referenced (function point analysis)
FTRFoundation for Truth in Reality
FTRFilm Tax Relief (UK)
FTRFixed Transmission Right
FTRField Technical Representative
FTRFirst Time Right (quality assurance)
FTRFlight Test Requirement (various locations)
FTRFree to Air
FTRFunctional Test Requirement
FTRFlorida Trail Riders (motorcycling)
FTRFuture Technology Requirements
FTRFederal Tax Return
FTRForward Torpedo Room
FTRFlow-Tube Reactor (chemical physics)
FTRFrench Team Racing (gaming clan)
FTRFuture Transport Rotorcraft
FTRFault Threshold Rate
FTRFlight Test Round
FTRFederal Telecommunications Recommendation
FTRFollow the Reaper
FTRFactory Thorough Repair (Axmann)
FTRFirst Time Response Ltd. (UK)
FTRFord-Tickford Racing
FTRFast Test Reactor
FTRFort Ross (California Volunteer Fire Department)
FTRFull Tilt Riders MC (Motorcycle Club; est. 2003)
FTRFinned Tube Radiation
FTRFixed Termination Rate (mobile telecommunications)
FTRFood Trade Review (UK)
FTRForeign Travel Request
FTRFuture Technology Research Division (Honda)
FTRFinancial Transaction Register
FTRFielding Training Review
FTRFeature Test Release
FTRFlow Through Revetment
FTRField Trouble Report
FTRFlight Transition Round
FTRFunctional Training Range (physical rehabilitation)
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All of the FOTA teams believe in free to air," said Whitmarsh.
Though it will remain free to air initially, so that viewers can familiarise themselves with the new service, it will become subscription-based later in the autumn.
That means it can be hosted on pay television, provided there are free to air secondary rights.
He added : "Kenya becomes the flagship market for this device where we intend to ride on our 70 percent digital television network coverage in the country as we plan to extend reach of local channels under our platform to more Kenyans on both Pay TV and free to air offers thereby giving Kenyans an enviable choice.
Wrexham Labour MP Ian Lucas said: "Many MPs from all sides of the House want to see the range of sporting events available for the public on free to air television revised and extended.
The BBC said: "We welcome the support the report gives to theprinciple that it is in the public's interest to protect events of national importance to ensure they remain free to air.
The dam in question is Free To Air (Smooth Rumble-Always On Air), a half-sister of the aforementioned Barnfield On Air (Pacific Mile-Always On Air).
No produce was reported from Free To Air in 2006, when she raced again, recording her seventh win from 38 starts in November with a 30.