Synonyms for ffn or Related words with ffn

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Examples of "ffn"
Among other responsibilities, FFN is charged with:
The Toronto version of Folsom Street Fair was dubbed "Folsom Fair North", FFN or FFNTO] and was held every July since 2003. The FFN was canceled permanently in 2008.
The records are maintained/recognized by France's national swimming federation: Fédération Française de Natation (FFN).
FFN was created on November 20, 1920. It has its headquarters in Pantin.
Metronidazole has also been used in women to prevent preterm birth associated with bacterial vaginosis, amongst other risk factors including the presence of cervicovaginal fetal fibronectin (fFN). Metronidazole was ineffective in preventing preterm delivery in high-risk pregnant women (selected by history and a positive fFN test) and, conversely, the incidence of preterm delivery was found to be higher in women treated with metronidazole.
As well as transmitting on FM and satellite (DVB-S) ffn has since 2010 also been receivable via iPhone and iPad, with separate apps for each device.
In the past, an information service for the tephritid fruit fly workers called FRUIT FLY NEWS (FFN) was issued annually under the auspices of the International Biological Program and then under the International Organisation of Biological Control (IOBC). This newsletter publication was interrupted in 1992 and then resumed in an electronic format since 2009. The first issues tell all the story about the creation of FFN and the Working Group on fruit Flies (WGFF).
Additionally, and in light of early research suggesting a diagnostic application of PAMG-1 detection as a test to assess the risk of imminent spontaneous preterm birth, a commercial test known as the PartoSure test was developed and has been the subject of several peer-reviewed publications suggesting its superiority to conventional methods for assessing the risk of preterm birth (i.e. fetal fibronectin testing and cervical length measurement via transvaginal ultrasound). Di Renzo et al. report, "That the PartoSure test was found to be statistically superior to fFN fetal fibronectin and CL [cervical length measurement via transvaginal ultrasound] with respect to SP specificity and PPV positive predictive value (P < 0.01) provides evidence toward being able to significantly enhance current practice to ultimately reduce the unnecessary administration of potentially harmful therapeutics to patients, as well as reduce the economic burden associated with unnecessary hospital admissions." In this study, the sensitivities for PartoSure (PAMG-1, n=203), fetal fibronectin (fFN, n=66), and cervical length measurement via transvaginal ultrasound (CL, n=203) for predicting imminent spontaneous preterm birth within 7 days were 80%, 50%, and 57%, respectively. The specificities were 95%, 72%, and 73% for PAMG-1, fFN and CL, respectively. The NPVs were 96%, 87%, and 89% for PAMG-1, fFN and CL, respectively. The PPVs were 76%, 29%, and 30% for PAMG-1, fFN and CL, respectively.
On April 6, 2016, the French Swimming Federation (FFN) had announced the entire roster of 30 swimmers (17 men and 13 women) to compete at the Games, featuring London 2012 Olympic champions Florent Manaudou and Yannick Agnel.
Fetal fibronectin (fFN) is a fibronectin protein produced by fetal cells. It is found at the interface of the chorion and the decidua (between the fetal sac and the uterine lining).
Radio ffn is a commercial radio station operated by "Funk & Fernsehen Nordwestdeutschland GmbH & Co. KG" in Lower Saxony, Germany. It broadcasts from regional studios in Braunschweig, Göttingen, Hanover (station HQ), Lüneburg, Oldenburg, and Osnabrück.
The current main sources of local news for the people of Göttingen are provided by the local Stadtradio Göttingen, the regional HNA newspaper and the regional newscasts of the radio stations NDR 1, Hitradio Antenne Niedersachsen and FFN radio:
The film is based on a radio play that Oliver Kalkofe (together with Oliver Welke) performed in the 1990s during his time as a radio moderator at radio ffn.
Note: As French Guiana is an overseas department of France, it is not a CONSANAT member. Rather, it is a department of the French Swimming Federation, la Fédération Française de Natation (FFN).
Hook echoes are not always obvious. Particularly in the Southern United States, thunderstorms tend to take on a structure of more precipitation surrounding a mesocyclone, which leads to the high precipitation (HP) variation supercell that obscures the hook shape. HP supercells instead often have a high reflectivity pendent or front flank notch (FFN), appearing like a "kidney bean" shape.
In 1990 he joined the "Frühstyxradio", a comedy show on commercial radio station ffn. Broadcast on Sunday mornings, the shows had a theme and were presented by fictional hosts, with episodes of various ongoing series and stand-alone sketches more or less dealing with that theme. Kalkofe developed and voiced a variety of characters and series for the show.
The Fédération Française de Natation (FFN) (trans: "French Swimming Federation"), is the aquatics national federation for France. It oversees competition in the 5 aquatics disciplines (swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, water polo and open water swimming; and Masters competition in these) in France and its outlying areas/departments.
France has 150 members clubs offering holiday accommodation, 50 holiday centres, official naturist beaches, unofficial beaches and many homes where naturist swimming and sunbathing is normal. Naturism employs more than 3000 people, and is estimated to be worth €250 million to the French economy. France is represented on the INF by the FFN.
After high school in Ahlen, Blomberg began as a volunteer in 1997 at the Lower Saxon radio station Radio ffn in Hannover and there hosted the "Hans Blomberg Show" afternoons from 1997 until 2002. Starting in 2002, he broadcast as "Morgenhans" with bigFM, and since 2007 under his real name.
FanFiction.Net (often abbreviated as FF.net or FFN) is an automated fan fiction archive site. It was founded in 1998 by Los Angeles computer programmer Xing Li, who also runs the site. , FanFiction.Net is the largest and most popular fan fiction website in the world. It has nearly 2.2 million registered users and hosts stories in over 30 languages.