PAFO

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AcronymDefinition
PAFOPull a Fast One (trick)
PAFOPissed and Fell Over (medical slang for drunks in ERs)
PAFOPennsylvania Foundations Online (resource)
PAFOProtecting Australian Families Online (Australia)
PAFOPublic Affairs Officer
PAFOPlastic Ankle-Foot Orthosis (medical support device)
PAFOPlay and Find Out (gaming)
PAFOParenting Forum (Craigslist)
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