Fl



Sports.
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Florida (approved especially for use with zip code).
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foreign language.
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Symbol, Chemistry, Physics.
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flourished.
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(in the Netherlands) guilder; guilders.
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Chemical symbol
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flerovium
abbreviation
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Flight Lieutenant
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Florida
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Liechtenstein (international car registration)
abbreviation
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floruit
symbol
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(formerly in the Netherlands) guilder
language
Function Level.
John Backus’s successor to FP, developed ca. 1985. FL is dynamically typed and adds higher-order functions, exceptions, user-defined types and other features.
[“FL Language Manual, Parts 1 & 2”, J. Backus et al, IBM Research Report RJ 7100 (1989)].
(1994-10-20)
foot-lambert
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finished lower level
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flanker (football)
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floor
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Florida
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focal length
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Liechtenstein (international vehicle ID)
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flanker
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floor
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Latin floruit (flourished)
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flourished
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fluid
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flute

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