from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Federal Reserve System
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- Fellow of the Royal Society
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of francs.
- An abbreviation of Friesian or Friesic.
- An abbreviation of Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
- An abbreviation of Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
- An abbreviation of Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
- of Fellow of the Royal Society (London).
- An abbreviation of Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the central bank of the United States; incorporates 12 Federal Reserve branch banks and all national banks and state-chartered commercial banks and some trust companies
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Open top vehicles bristling with weapons are no deterrent or concern to a pressure plate IED or a Spider Device initiated by a Cell Phone or FRS from a safe distance.
The only other standout is FRS which is selling below book value.
Five and will be transitioning into an FRS group in Oceana, Va.
The new models in the pipeline include a redesigned Avalon sedan; a compact hybrid called the Prius c; and the FRS, a sports car for the company's Scion youth brand, the person who attended the meeting said.
He has endless letters after his name FRSL, FRTS, FBA, FRSA, FRS, who knows what any of them are – but I am impressed by the fact that he spent 15 years as president of the mental health charity Mind.
So I am excited to share the news that The Royal Society of London just announced -- just microseconds ago -- that its 2011 Copley Medal was awarded to the developer of plate tectonic theory, Dan McKenzie FRS, professor of Earth sciences at the University of Cambridge, and the one-time head of its Bullard Laboratories.
I have the abilities to transmit and receive frequencies below and above the GMRS bands and FRS bands and into the Government and Ham bands and yes I do have an FCC License for those transceivers!
Yes | No | Report from bertram wrote 36 weeks 5 days ago our group has used FRS radios for several years.
Make sure to buy a set that operates on GMRS bands (1 to 5 watt), as well as the less powerful FRS bands (1 ⁄ 2 watt).
As it happens, I was due to have lunch today with an eminent author and senior academic who, coincidentally, was in London to do someresearch at the BL: Professor Dame Honoraria Grump, FRS, B. Lit, VC, OM, so I asked her opinion.