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FATSFor All Those Sleeping (band)
FATSFirearms Training Simulator
FATSFirearms Training System
FATSForeign Affiliates Statistics
FATSFellow of the Academy of Toxicological Sciences
FATSFor the Advancement of the S4
FATSFully Automated Trading System
FATSForward Area Target Surveillance System
FATSFindings Automated Tracking System (Air Force Inspector General inspection programs)
FATSForeclosure Avoidance Through Servicing Ratio (US VA)
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Also, others that had taken land gave it to the few that held on, being paid in return with corn and fat roots, and bear-skins, and fishes which the farmers got from the fishermen in exchange for corn.
"They are a merry couple," said the Tinker, "for one is as lean as an old wife's spindle, and the other as fat as a suet pudding."
Singularly enough, the musical sounds they had heard seemed to come from the inside of the fat man himself; for he was playing no instrument nor was any to be seen near him.
She went straight to the church, slunk to the little pot of fat, began to lick it, and licked the top off.
"I have come," reiterated Bukawai, "for the three fat goats, the new sleeping mat, and the bit of copper wire the length of a tall man's arm, which you were to pay me for the return of your Tibo."
With this permission Sancho said to the peasants who stood clustered round him, waiting with open mouths for the decision to come from his, "Brothers, what the fat man requires is not in reason, nor has it a shadow of justice in it; because, if it be true, as they say, that the challenged may choose the weapons, the other has no right to choose such as will prevent and keep him from winning.
Whoever roasts and eats it will find plenty of fat upon it, it has lived so well!' 'You're right,' said Hans, as he weighed it in his hand; 'but if you talk of fat, my pig is no trifle.' Meantime the countryman began to look grave, and shook his head.
'Joe!--damn that boy, he's gone to sleep again.--Joe, let down the steps.' The fat boy rolled slowly off the box, let down the steps, and held the carriage door invitingly open.
Down below there was a noise of nut crackers, and a fat squirrel voice and a thin squirrel voice were singing together--
'I never heard of such a thing!' exclaimed the fat gentleman.
That day the floor was covered with garden things, drying for winter; corn and beans and fat yellow cucumbers.
The steward killed her, but on skinning her found that she was nothing but bones, although she appeared so fat. I was vexed.