SFSG

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AcronymDefinition
SFSGStaatliche Feuerwehrschule Geretsried (German firefighting school)
SFSGSpecial Forces Support Group (UK)
SFSGSo Far So Good
SFSGService Families Support Group (UK)
SFSGSan Francisco Scooter Girls (San Francisco, CA)
SFSGSkarresø Festival Service Group (Denmark)
SFSGSteam-Flaked Sorghum Grain (animal feed)
References in classic literature ?
So far so good. But the reason she added next, for her flattering preference of myself, was less to my taste.
"So far so good. But now I find that every man before the mast knows more than I do.
So far so good, but there had been no hint of insanity, nor even of nervous collapse.
So far so good, but in social matters their aunt had accomplished nothing.
"'So far so good,' said she, when I had ended my story, 'and now pay attention to what I am about to tell you--heaven itself, indeed, will recall it to your recollection.
Despite releasing two other compilation albums in the past decade, So Far So Good is his best selling album, with worldwide sales of 13 million.
We expect this location to be a top store in the chain, so far so good".
So far so good, until you read the tagline splayed across the page: "Turning It Down." Is the woman in the photo "turning down" the man's amorous proposition, or is she "turning down" the wine?
Kick-stand up, helmet and goggles on, so far so good, until..
So far so good. Parting company with social scientists such as Abrams or Douglas Massey and Nancy Denton, who, he argues, emphasize the institutional bases for expanding racial segregation in the 20th century, Meyer interprets the persistence of segregation and discrimination in housing as the result of enduring racism "deep in the nation's culture" (2) and the "popular unwillingness on the part of whites to have African Americans living in their midst" (7).
At 11:00 we thought about leaving, but so far so good; our luck was looking alright.
So far so good, except that Weiner has hardly a clue how oral tolerance actually works, or at least Quinn fails to explain it adequately, leaving the reader to wonder whether this is just some cockamamie idea cooked up by a bright, but overeager doctor and then marketed ferociously to Wall Street.