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FLSFundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery
FLSFood and Life Sciences (Cornell University; New York)
FLSFlowserve Corporation (stock symbol)
FLSField-Level Security
FLSFamily Law Section (bar associations)
FLSFrançais Langue Seconde (French: French Second Language)
FLSFlood Statement (US FEMA)
FLSFixed Line Substitution
FLSFixed Length Structure
FLSFixed Line Services
FLSFame Login Server
FLSFree Lance-Star (newspaper; Fredericksburg, VA)
FLSFundamentals of Land Surveying (various locations)
FLSFondation pour le Logement Social (French: Foundation for Social Housing)
FLSFitzroy Legal Service (Australia)
FLSForward Looking SONAR
FLSFormation Locale de Sécurité (French: Local Security Training)
FLSFire Life Safety
FLSFrançais Langue de Scolarisation (French: French Language Schooling)
FLSFédération Luxembourgeoise de Ski (French: Luxembourg Ski Federation; Luxembourg)
FLSFront Line States
FLSFull Length Shot (camera angle)
FLSFolded Letter Sheet (philatelics)
FLSFirst Level Support (helpdesk)
FLSForeign Language School
FLSFlorida Legal Services, Inc
FLSFaculty Lecture Series (various schools)
FLSFibroblast-Like Synoviocyte
FLSFatty Liver Syndrome (hepatic lipidosis)
FLSFellow of the Linnean Society of London
FLSForensic Light Source
FLSFatigue Limit State
FLSFlying Lab Software, LLC (video game company; Seattle, WA)
FLSFamily Life Specialist
FLSFront Line Supervisor
FLSFiber Local Storage (Windows API)
FLSFluid Level Sensor
FLSForward Logistic Site
FLSFrontal Lobe Syndrome
FLSFlight Landing Strip
FLSFlu-Like Syndrome
FLSSummer Flounder
FLSFleet Logistics System
FLSFlight Line Supervisor
FLSFlashless (Powder)
FLSField Loadable Software (FAA)
FLSFilthy Little Secret (band)
FLSFewleftstanding (band)
FLSFree Lance Sales (website)
FLSField Logistics System
FLSFault Locator System
FLSFox Learning Systems (Pittsburgh, PA)
FLSFixed Light Source
FLSFuture Language Schools (Egypt)
FLSFuzzy Logical System
FLSFixed-Lag Smoothing
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The Iranian cabinet says its decision is in line with the expectations of South African Muslim groups and political organisations, and followed appeals by southern African front line states, as well as the African National Congress (ANC) President Nelson Mandela, who visited Iran in July 1992.
While funding for regular, continuing foreign aid programs also rose modestly during this period, supplemental spending for special activities, such as Central American hurricane relief (FY1999), Kosovo emergency assistance (FY1999), Wye River/Middle East peace accord support (FY2000), a counternarcotics initiative in Colombia and the Andean region (FY2000), aid to the front line states in the war on terrorism and Iraq-war related assistance (FY2003-FY2005), was chiefly responsible for the growth in foreign aid appropriations.