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What does FFG stand for?

FFG stands for Fall from Grace (band)

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Edmonton author Wayne Arthurson took the annual Alberta Readers' Choice Award and the $10,000 prize for Fall from Grace, his debut crime novel featuring crime reporter Leo Desroches.
In the most stunning fall from grace in years in the rarefied world of top-level US college athletics, Pennsylvania State University trustees abruptly fired Paterno and president Graham Spanier late Wednesday as criticism raged over how school officials handled allegations of child sex abuse against a longtime assistant coach.
Richards' dramatic fall from grace centres on an incident where Harlequins' Tom Williams used fake blood during a home European Cup quarter-final against eventual champions Leinster on April 12 to create the appearance of a cut in his mouth in order to allow a substitute onto the field.
Now the Delhi Commission for Women, a government body which promotes the interests and welfare of women and which rescued the former model, is attempting to stop the release of a Bollywood movie that is said to feature a character inspired by Gitanjali's fall from grace, saying she is "too vulnerable for her life to be exposed by the movies".
The Rose of York: Fall from Grace Sandra Worth End Table Books PO Box 682, Yarnell, AZ 85362 Stephanie Barko Literary Publicist (publicity) 16100 Crystal Hills, Austin, TX 78737 0975126490, $16.