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FOLFollow(ed/ing)
FOLFolder
FoLFlash of Light (World of Warcraft)
FOLFlavor of Love (VH1 show)
FOLFriends of the Library
FOLFirst-Order Logic (logic, math)
FOLFlower of Life
FOLFact of Life
FOLForward Operating Location
FOLFear of Loss (marketing)
FOLFocus On Learning (accreditation process for schools)
FOLFull Overlap
FOLfiber optic link (US DoD)
FOLFrente Obrero Liberashon (Dutch: Workers' Liberation Front, Netherlands Antilles)
FOLFeel Our Love (song by Smashing Pumpkins)
FOLFeast of Lanterns (Buddhist festival)
FOLFriends of Laphroaig
FOLFriends of LIVE (band)
FOLFirst Official Language
FOLFortress of Louisbourg (Canada)
FOLFart Out Loud
FOLFamily of Loudspeakers (US Navy)
FOLFalls Over Laughing
FOLFree on Loan
FOLFace-Offs Lost (hockey)
FOLFlight Operating Limitation
FOLFound On Linoleum (EMT slang; as in LOL FOL - Little Old Lady Found On Linoleum)
FOLFiber Optic Layout
FOLFiber-Optic Lines/Loops
FOLFestival of Lakes
FOLFall of Land (civil engineering)
FOLFiber-Optic Laryngoscopy
FOLFriends of Lizzy (band)
FOLFriends of Lois (support group)
FOLFoundations of Literature
FOLFachoberlehrkraft (German schools)
FOLFormazione on Line (Italian: online training)
FOLFocus on Literacy (education)
References in classic literature ?
I say so because it is my will and pleasure that one of you should follow letters, another trade, and the third serve the king in the wars, for it is a difficult matter to gain admission to his service in his household, and if war does not bring much wealth it confers great distinction and fame.
Having called upon me as the eldest to answer, I, after urging him not to strip himself of his property but to spend it all as he pleased, for we were young men able to gain our living, consented to comply with his wishes, and said that mine were to follow the profession of arms and thereby serve God and my king.
Daddy Jacques,' I said, in a threatening voice, 'you did not follow it; you and the phantom walked to Epinay together--arm in arm
At the end of this corridor I shall come to a spiral runway, which I must follow down instead of up; after that the way is along but a single branchless corridor.
Now, indeed, was I in a pretty fix, for neither did I know which avenue to follow nor when danger lay directly in my path; but there was nothing else to be done than follow one of the corridors, for I could gain nothing by remaining where I was.
But they did not even attempt to avail themselves of it: never once did they follow me: my ears were in too good training to make any mistake.
Then follow after them and in time you will reach the pretty cavern where you live.
The Wizard went to General Guph, who was trying to count his fingers, and told him to follow the Nome King, who was his master.
I then knelt down beside the fearsome-looking thing, and raising it to its feet motioned for it to follow me.
Gringoire set out to follow the gypsy at all hazards.
So he dropped his head, began to count the paving-stones, and to follow the young girl at a little greater distance, when, at the turn of a street, which had caused him to lose sight of her, he heard her utter a piercing cry.
A great struggle for the body then follows, Aias taking up the body and carrying it to the ships, while Odysseus drives off the Trojans behind.