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What does FFA stand for?

FFA stands for Far Far Away

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Meanwhile, the bad characters in Far Far Away gang together under the banner of scorned Prince Charming, and mount their own claim to the throne.
00pm Far far away in a small town called Tree Hill lives a selection of some of the most beautiful people you have ever seen.
NICE TO SEE YOU Left, Dorothy Ives meets a Stormtrooper making an intergalactic visit to HMV FREEZE Luke Wiper, six, has the upper hand over the visitor from a galaxy far far away
Shrek (Michael Myers) and Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) are enjoying married life until they are summoned to the palace so her parents, the King and Queen of Far Far Away Land, can meet their new son-in-law.
Andrea Robbins and Max Becher's photographic series "German Indians," "1997-98, in which beer-bellied Bavarians dress up for a local festival in Native American garb, and Bjorn Melhus's hilarious and seriously creepy video Far Far Away, 1995, in which the artist plays a wistful, manly Dorothy stuck in his dreary Hamburg bedroom before being released into a world of moonwalks, TV newscasters, and baseball caps, were among the few works that evoked even a minimal degree of US-helmed Empire's affective complexity.
IN a galaxy far far away young Jim Hawkins ( Joseph Gordon-Levitt) dreams of one day tracking down pirate Captain Flint's famous treasure.