LOF

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AcronymDefinition
LOFLord of the Flies (book by William Golding)
LOFLine Of Fire
LOFLoan Origination Fee
LOFLunch on Fridays (Cleveland Institute of Art; Cleveland, OH)
LOFLiquid Organic Fertilizer
LOFLots of Fun
LOFLoss of Function
LOFLook Out For
LOFLife of Field (oil and gas)
LOFList of Files (computing)
LOFLoss of Flow
LOFLoss Of Frame
LOFLeague of Friends (gaming)
LOFLine Of Flight
LOFLocal Outlier Factor (algorithm)
LOFLevel of Functioning
LOFLake of Fire
LOFLowest Operating Frequency
LOFLetter Of Offer
LOFLife of Fund (finance)
LOFList of Figures
LOFList of Files
LOFLength of An Open File
LOFLiabilities of Foreignness (international business)
LOFLevel Of Fill
LOFLeap of Faith
LOFLack of Fit (polynomial comparison)
LOFLow on Funds
LOFLength of File
LOFLube, Oil, & Filter
LOFLocal Oscillator Frequency (satellite converter)
LOFLaws of Florida
LOFLanguage of Flowers
LOFLibbey Owens Ford Co
LOFLin Only Fan (basketball)
LOFLeft of Frame (film and television industry)
LOFLoss of Fines
LOFLegion of Fire (gaming clan)
LOFLoss of Feedwater
LOFLeakage of Fluid (obstetrics/gynecology)
LOFLaughing on Floor
LOFLegion of Freedom (gaming alliance)
LOFLloyd Open Form
LOFLords of Fuzz (band)
LOFLegions Of Felix (game alliance)
LOFLance of Faith (gaming, Dungeons and Dragons)
LOFPilkington - Libbery Owens Ford
LOFLack of Fail (Internet slang)
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2002-72, Laws of Florida) Communications Interception: House Bill 1439 builds upon the changes to Florida's wiretap laws implemented by the enactment of SB 12-C, and brought Florida's law into conformity with recent changes by the USA PATRIOT Act to federal communications interception laws.
2001-358, Laws of Florida) Poisoning: This bill is designed to cover certain terrorist acts by expanding the scope of ??589.01, F.S., the crime of poisoning food, drink, medicine, or certain water supplies, to include: introducing or adding any poison with food, drink, or medicine; introducing, adding or mingling any bacterium, radioactive material, virus, or chemical compound with food, drink,, medicine, or any product designed to be ingested or applied to the body.
2001-360, Laws of Florida) Aerial Application of Pesticides: authorizes the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to establish, by rule, requirements for aircraft used in the aerial application of pesticides, fertilizers, and/or seed,, along with rules for the storage of pesticides and fertilizers.
2002-28, Laws of Florida) Hoax Bombs and Weapons of Mass Destruction: This bill creates a second-degree felony offense for the possession, display, or threat to use a hoax weapon of mass destruction during the commission or attempted commission of a felony.
2001-361, Laws of Florida) Security System Plans: This bill exempts security system plans of any property owned by or leased to the state or any of its political subdivisions or any privately owned or leased property is in the possession of an agency from public records disclosure laws.
2001-362, Laws of Florida) Comprehensive Emergency Management; Plans: This bill exempts that portion of a hospital comprehensive emergency management plan that established the hospital's planned responses to acts of terrorism from public records and meetings requirements.
2001-363, Laws of Florida) Pharmaceutical Depositories: This bill exempts the location of pharmaceutical depositories and the type or amount of pharmaceuticals that are stored for response to a terrorist act from public records and meetings requirements.
2001-364, Laws of Florida) Law Enforcement Agency's Request: This bill exempts the request by a law enforcement agency for information, held by another agency related to an active criminal investigation as well as the transmittal letter from the custodial agency from public records requirements.
2002-67, Laws of Florida) Building Plans: This bill exempts building plans and blueprints which depict the internal layout and structural elements of a building, arena, stadium, water treatment facility, or other structure owned or operated by a governmental agency from public records requirements.
2001-365, Laws of Florida) Domestic Security: This bill created the position of "Chief of Domestic Security Initiatives" along with establishing the responsibilities of that position.
2001-366, Laws of Florida) Florida Domestic Security and Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Center: This bill created the Florida Domestic Security and Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Center within FDLE.
2002-43, Laws of Florida) Disaster Preparedness: House Bill 727 requires each state agency head to work with the Division of Emergency Management to develop and distribute a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan to ensure continuity of essential services.