American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Free and Accepted Masons
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of familiar;
- n. of family.
“- Given the timing, Yahoo will no doubt be Topic No. 1 on Thursday as Wall Street analysts descend on Microsoft's Redmond campus for the company's annual Financial Analyst Meeting, better known as "FAM" -- an all-day marathon of presentations from Steve Ballmer and other top executives.”
“I certainly don’t embrace their type of feminism, but am happy to see that NFP/FAM is making it into non-religious circles.”
“We all had bikes, cursed the buses, and haunted the Blue store on the corner, Joe's Cut price and Scrubby Creek with it's collection of shopping trollies., otherwise known as FAM - I lived it for many years and I still keep in touch with members of BFAM.”
“This icon comes from a package called FAM FAM SILK ICONS:”
“It is a well known fact that you have a pretty decent chance of flying with a "FAM" on your plane.”
“The request however, does go through the WIF Module (the "FAM" in the diagram above).”
“OneSource Worldwide comments, "The experience for me was one that could not have been accomplished by any trade show or 'FAM'.”
“(NEW YORK – C-FAM) A new report from the World Economic Forum (WEF) shows that countries with restrictive abortion laws are often the leaders in reducing maternal mortality, and those with permissive laws often lag.”
“The flight crew's typically informed who the FAM is, but passengers can easily spot them since they're usually sitting on the plane already when everyone else boards.”
“People have gone from this successful auction to worrying about the next one," said John Fox , co-manager of the FAM Value Fund, which manages $1.6 billion.”
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