FOM


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FOM

Abbreviation for:
Faculty of Occupational Medicine (of the Royal College of Physicians) 
field of measurement
floor of mouth

FOM

Abbrev. for Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
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La FOM surgio en 2010, cuando las fundaciones Ortega y Gasset y Maranon decidieron fusionarse para mejorar su rendimiento financiero y sumar sus capacidades debido a que ambas tenian problemas financieros.
We hope the NCUA's new FOM rule will help make that a reality.
Our data actually suggest that such FOM packages for given countries are commonplace among the studied companies.
from the FOM presumption, have excluded short sellers from a proposed
Two methods based on histological observations were used to estimate spawning frequency of cobia: 1) the percentage of females in the late developing ovarian class with 0- to 24-h POF in the ovary and 2) the percentage of females in the late developing ovarian class undergoing FOM.
The Phase 1 master FOM could be used to define the superset of data interchange requirements for the full set of federates participating in the federation executions that would support DMT exercises during this period.
The proposed rule would also grant FOM regulatory relief to state chartered credit unions.
The NCUA could simplify this process by providing clear guidance stating the merged credit union can change its FOM and approve the merger in one step," he wrote.
Once you've paid all the money to FOM and for the administration there is no profit.
The gyrotron is one of the major new tools at TEXTOR, which are at the basis of the FOM research programme on high temperature, fusion plasma physics.
A research team led by Gerard Meijer of the FOM Institute for Plasma Physics in Nieuwegein and the University of Nijmegen, both in the Netherlands, has now found a way of applying accelerator techniques to uncharged molecules, such as ammonia, formaldehyde, and water.