Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. feet per minute

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  • feet per minute
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Etymologies

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Examples

  • P: The autopilot leads in spite of setting on "height keep" to a descent of 200 fpm.

    Australian Humor

  • “Avoid descent rates of 800 fpm feet per minute or greater at airspeeds less than 40 KCAS,” it said, “KCAS” being the abbreviation for “knots-calibrated air speed.”

    The Dream Machine

  • January 29, 2006 at 04: 03 PM fpm Young: Since you are afraid of homosexuals getting equal treatment, fearful enough to write discrimination into the Virginia constitution, why don't we also write the tax increase into the Virginia constitution??

    Decisive Battle on Tuesday

  • Warn me of a sink rate greater than one thousand fpm.

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  • Hydraulic Installed - 1990s Fixtures - Series 220 Speed - 125 fpm

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  • With the advent of FastCGI/fpm in PHP-5. 3.3 (very soon on a mirror near you), the preferred way to run multiple versions of PHP in parallel is CGI.

    Planet Gentoo

  • Please use the time with PHP-5. 3.3 to switch to fpm, if you need the functionality currently provided by concurrentmodphp.

    Planet Gentoo

  • SSSharp (rad = 3, ssw = true, iter = 4) original: 3.4 fpm modded: 6.5 fpm

    Doom9's Forum

  • The fpm is askew blooded as the fast page mode and is obtained to the clinics taught in the unclogging comeback quickly.

    Wii-volution

  • Accumulating Conveyor conveys products up to 200 fpm.

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