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  • noun Plural form of F.

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Examples

  • The main drawback to that proposal is the air force would likely not get the specific model of helicopter — a CH-47-F — that it had requested almost two years ago actually we would be getting "Fs"--the question is whether they would be new-build or upgraded "Ds"--see immediately preceding link - MC.

    Chinooks to begin blowing?

  • My guests have to have the three 'Fs' -- fabulous, fun and fascinating...

    Reuters: Top News

  • "I wasn't the smartest guy in the world, so one day I said it's full of 'Fs' - it's fast, have fun, be physical," Brown said.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The lowest grades - "Fs" - went to Disney Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International.

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  • Our country is uniquely positioned to provide the world with the three 'Fs' - food, fuel and fertilizer - and our supply chain is safe.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • That's a lot of Fs, which is the consonant that used to be on the tip of the tongue of Bush's past fantasy owners.

    CNN.com

  • That's a lot of Fs, which is the consonant that used to be on the tip of the tongue of Bush's past fantasy owners.

    SI.com

  • That's a lot of Fs, which is the consonant that used to be on the tip of the tongue of Bush's past fantasy owners.

    SI.com

  • No states received straight "As" on the association's report card, but six states received all "Fs" -- Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • No states received straight "As" on the association's report card, but six states received all "Fs" -- Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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