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FLTFault
FLTFlight
FLTFlat
FLTFilter
FLTFleet
FLTFork Lift Truck
FLTFairlight (software cracking group)
FLTFermat's Last Theorem
FLTFirst Lieutenant
FLTForeign Language Teaching (education)
FLTFloat/Floating
FLTFirstline Therapy (therapeutic lifestyle change program for chronic diseases of aging)
FLTFinger Lakes Trail (footpath; New York)
FLTFermat's Little Theorem
FLTFull Liner Terms (charter)
FLTFull Length Transcript (genetics)
FLTFull Load Torque
FLTFlatbar
FLTFairfield Language Technologies
FLTFull Line Terminal (Cisco)
FLTForest Leadership Team
FLTFeels Like Today (song)
FLTFunny Little Thing (OS bugs during Apollo G/S development)
FLTFrequency Line Tracker
FLTFirstline Trust (CIBC Mortgages and Lending subsidiary, Toronto, Canada)
FLTFunctional Level Test
FLTFoothills Land Trust (est. 2002)
FLTFriday Lunchtime Talk
FLTHarley-Davidson Tour Glide motorcycle model
FLTFriendship, Love and Truth (Independent Order of Odd Fellows)
FLTFuzzy Logic Toolbox
References in classic literature ?
Instead, half a yard of bright ribbon was firmly attached to its leg--this the more easily to enable its flight being followed.
At an altitude of five hundred feet, the pigeon drove on over the town of Berkeley and lifted its flight to the Contra Costa hills.
If this had been effected, who would have ever imagined that in an early transitional state they had been inhabitants of the open ocean, and had used their incipient organs of flight exclusively, as far as we know, to escape being devoured by other fish?
Thus, to return to our imaginary illustration of the flying-fish, it does not seem probable that fishes capable of true flight would have been developed under many subordinate forms, for taking prey of many kinds in many ways, on the land and in the water, until their organs of flight had come to a high stage of perfection, so as to have given them a decided advantage over other animals in the battle for life.
Now, comrade, I take no flight shot, and I give you the vantage of watching my shaft.
Passports are only good for annoying honest folks, and aiding in the flight of rogues.
At last I could go no further; I was exhausted with the violence of my emotion and of my flight, and I staggered and fell by the wayside.
She doesn't even mind the five flights of stone steps.
My next dream, in the order of succession, begins always with the flight of Lop-Ear and myself through the forest.
Arrows and missiles of every kind were in the midst of the flocks; and so numerous were the birds, and so low did they take their flight, that even long poles in the hands of those on the sides of the mountain were used to strike them to the earth.
as the darkness into which passed the mosquito that knew the secret of flying, and that, despite its perfectness of flight, with almost an unthought action, he squashed with the flat of his hand against the back of his neck when it bit him?
I can but say in excuse of it that I am more accustomed to handle a rifle than a pen, and cannot make any pretence to the grand literary flights and flourishes which I see in novels--for sometimes I like to read a novel.