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Synonyms for fop

a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance

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The inherent complexity of developing an adequate FOP scheme.
The FDA has found that many consumers like the idea of FOP labeling because it saves time so they don't have to pour through the Nutrition Facts, but they don't fully trust it and think the claims may be overrated.
La utilizacion posterior del WISCIII (version modificada del WISC-R) constato diferencias en las que el FID y el factor de velocidad de procesamiento (FVP) fueron significativamente mas bajos que FOP y FCV en casos de TDAH (Calhoun y Mayes, 2005; Naglieri, Godstein, Iseman y Schwebach, 2003).
FOP is a disorder in which the body produces not just too much bone, but an extra skeleton that immobilizes the joints of the body.
FOP has been active in the offshore oil & gas production business since 1994.
Unlike the FOP and clamp-on methods, Smart Ground Testing equipment--developed by Dr.
I wouldn't want anyone to go through what I've had to endure FOP is an inherited disorder and is characterised by the abnormal development of bone in areas of the body it is not usually present.
If the class action fails to sufficiently remedy the problem, the FOP may pursue other options, Pasco said.
This continues a downward trend that's been going on fop about five years.
13 Spot in direct premiums written for total auto, Safeco wants to rank in the fop five within seven years and advance its business insurance unit from its No.
Under the past presidencies of Dewey Stokes and Dick Boyd, FOP was as antigun as IACP and PERF.
The labels that made the Northwest before the "grunge" "hype" sponsored their own mini-festival s--K in Olympia, Estrus in Bellingham, eMpTy and Sub Fop in Seattle.
FOP affects approximately 2,500--one in two million people--worldwide.
According to the FOP and the IAFF, group life coverage will either be unavailable, dramatically more expensive or written to offer only a fraction of the policy value.
The first incidence of disease caused by Fop in the USA was reported by Harter (1929) in California, followed by Armstrong and Armstrong (1963) in South Carolina, and Silbernagel and Schwartz (1988) in Colorado.