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  • Over the ensuing years, FOGO lobbied to prevent a floating platform design for the White Rose project, even going so far as to launch legal action.

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  • He mentions only one - engineering jobs on the Terra Nova project and recites the story of Andy Wells and the FOGO group.

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  • EDWARD T. FOGO, First Lieutenant, Company "C," 120th Infantry.

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  • FOGO, n.

    Vanity Fair's Fashion Department, @VFstyle, 18 April 2011:

    @detailsfashion there are also those among us who suffer from FOGO-fear of GOING out, usually after a bout of FOMO led to regrettable events

    April 19, 2015

  • FOGO, n.

    Alexis Swerdloff, New York Magazine:

    I believe that I have developed the opposite of FOMO, in fact: I have a case of FOGO, or Fear of Going Out. Okay, well not literally a fear of going out. I still love a party. Always have and always will. But I have an active non-desire to attend the mass-Instagrammed events that clog up all my social-media feeds on several-week-long intervals throughout the year. And I am not the only one. Last year, around this time of year, Lena Dunham tweeted: "Whatever the opposite of FOMO is, that's what I have about Coachella." Someone I know recently tweeted: "Not going to SXSW is the new getting off Facebook."

    April 19, 2015