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  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons


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  • One was a six-piece silver dessert service, each item engraved to Baker Brown FRCS "in token of his marked medical skill and singular success in the treatment of female diseases".

    Peter Stothard - Times Online - WBLG:

  • Only part of the RCS fleet leader remains since its debut in 1989, following the retirement of the Forward Reaction Control System (FRCS) element in 2006.

  • Anyway, first Shadow Weave Magic as it is written in FRCS: +1 Save DC and CL checks for

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  • "The FRCS protrusion assessment resulted in NO concern for critical damage if liberated during entry."

  • DAT engineers cleared the missing tile from the Rudder Speed Brake (RSB) as no concern for entry, while also taking time to evaluate a protrusion noted on Discovery's FRCS (Forward Reaction Control System).

  • Similarly, a 120-second ARCS and 65-second FRCS dump would be required for a TAL

  • John D. Trelford, MD, FRCS (C), FRCOG (L), FACS, FACOG, is Professor Emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology at University of California, Davis, and serves as voluntary faculty at the

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  • During his eight years in England, Krishan Kumar Mahajan ( "Kumar") achieved a great deal: the FRCS at his first attempt, a PhD thesis, and many publications.

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  • 'Getting into UK council is tougher than clearing FRCS'

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  • This failure has not affected (nor is it expected to affect) FRCS thruster performance.


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