FRET


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AcronymDefinition
FRETFluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
FRETFörster Resonance Energy Transfer
FRETFugitive Recovery Enforcement Team
FRETFederal Retail Excise Tax
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Tell me directly what you've been doing to wear me away with fret and fright and worrit, or I'd have you out of that corner if you was fifty Pips, and he was five hundred Gargerys.
I hesitated at first, to promise, but on thinking of the state of her mother's health, and how the knowledge of such a thing would fret her, and think too, of how such a story might become distorted, nay, infallibly would, in case it should leak out, I thought it wiser to do so.
Night is at hand; the night winds fret afar, The North winds moan.
Weld close the bars, and let them fret their hero lives away within the narrow cage.
They fret, and fume, and rage, and pant, and die; "but I, mein Werther, sit above it all; I am alone with the stars.
I have four sons in the army but still I don't fret.
Now please don't fret over your son; you can't expect never to be parted.
Don't you fret, Miss," said Luke, soothingly; "they're nash things, them lop-eared rabbits; they'd happen ha' died, if they'd been fed.
Now it is curious how progressively little frets grow and multiply after they once get a start.
When eleven o'clock came, Don Quixote found a guitar in his chamber; he tried it, opened the window, and perceived that some persons were walking in the garden; and having passed his fingers over the frets of the guitar and tuned it as well as he could, he spat and cleared his chest, and then with a voice a little hoarse but full-toned, he sang the following ballad, which he had himself that day composed:
Sampling many wavelength bands results in increased spectral discrimination and decreased FRET variance [13-14].
But don't fret, you can still catch them when they play Barclaycard presents British Summer Time in Hyde Park on June 26, along with Paul Weller, Johnny Marr and the Kaiser Chiefs.