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- abbr. Food and Agriculture Organization
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- abbr. the IATA code of the Faro airport in Portugal
- abbr. Alternative capitalization of fao
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- n. the United Nations agency concerned with the international organization of food and agriculture
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Human Energy Requirements: Report of a Joint Fao/who/unu Expert Consultation, Rome,17-24 October 2001 (Book With Cd-rom) (Fao Food and Nutrition Technical Report) by Joint FAO
Diouf added that FAO is concluding its field operations to combat rinderpest.
The FAO is circulating an online petition on global hunger calling on people to get angry at the fact that around a billion people suffer from hunger.
And so, even before the movie's release, our personal, intimate imaginings of quidditch, potions and chocolate frogs have been diluted by Harry on the Coke can, Hagrid in FAO Schwartz and wizards by the dozens on our Halloween doorsteps.
I spent way too much time in FAO Schwarz looking at toys for my future niece/nephew, and bought him/her/it a Pat-the-Bunny rabbit from the classic children’s book that I enjoyed during my childhood.
The FAO is a large organisation, but small in relation to the challenge of hunger.
How about I start a new, completely blank post called FAO Craig - you leave your mobile number, and I delete the whole thing as soon as I've written your number down?
Wade said the FAO was a "waste of money largely spent on doing very little for effective operations on the ground."
Hanekom said in a statement the signing of an agreement between himself and FAO director general Dr Jaques Diouf was historic as the FAO was a specialised UN agency dealing with food and agriculture issues.
He is also the author of a definitive history of FAO entitled FAO: Its Origins, Formation and Evolution,