Universal Studios Singapore is divided into seven themed zones, namely Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Madagascar and Far Far Away.
What does FFA stand for?
FFA stands for Far Far Away
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We have 209 other meanings of FFA in our Acronym Attic
- Final Fantasy VII-2 (video game)
- Final Fantasy 8 (video game)
- Final Fantasy 9 (video game)
- F”reningen F”r Arbetarskydd (Sweden)
- Face Fusiform Area
- Fahrten-Ferne Abenteuer (German: Driving Distance Adventure)
- Failed Fuel Assembly
- Family Faculty Association
- Family Funeralhome Association (est. 1989)
- Fan Film Awards
- Farmers for Action (UK)
- Fatima Family Apostolate (Hanceville, AL)
- Federal Facility Agreement
- Federal Financial Aid
- Fédération Française Aéronautique (French: French Aeronautical Federation)
- Fédération Française d'Addictologie (French addiction federation)
- Fédération Française d'Aérostation (French: French Ballooning Federation; est. 1977)
- Fédération Française d'Airsoft (French airsoft federation)
- Fédération Française d'Aquariophilie (French: French Aquarium Federation)
- Fédération Française d'Athlétisme (French: French Athletics Federation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
WHEN King Harold, the beloved ruler of Far Far Away, dies the realm cries out for a new ruler.
Sight gags seem to have been recycled from earlier films - customers milling about in the Versarchery store on the Far Far Away high street - with a smattering of pop culture references including The Sound Of Music, Chorus Line and The Six Million Dollar Man.
SHREK 2 SYNOPSIS Everyone's favorite larger than life hero returns in Shrek 2 and happily ever after never seemed so far far away when a trip to meet the in-laws, Queen Lillian (Julie Andrews) and King Harold (John Cleese), turns into another hilariously twisted adventure for Shrek (Mike Myers) and Fiona (Cameron Diaz).
With a wide variety of tracks featuring log swings, windmills, moving gates, draw bridges and other gauntlets that test racing skills, players must use their melee accessories, such as Donkey's microphone and Pinocchio's nose, to battle twisted fairy-tale opponents through 12 locations, from Shrek's Swamp to Far Far Away to Fairy Godmother's Factory.
All the while our quality of life is slipping away, far far away.
99; Recommended Age: 5 years and up) FAR FAR AWAY CASTLE SHREK's world gets even more interesting with his first visit to the FAR FAR AWAY CASTLE, home of his new in-laws.