Faster was the company's contribution to this summer's Olympiad, inspired by the Games' motto, Faster, Higher, Stronger.
What does FHS stand for?
FHS stands for Faster, Higher, Stronger
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- Fairfield Historical Society (Fairfield, CT)
- Fallston High School (Fallston, MD)
- Falmouth Historical Society
- Family Health Survey
- Family Healthcare Services (various locations)
- Family History Center
- Family Home Service
- Family Home Service (various organizations)
- Farmington High School (Farmington, NM)
- Farrington High School (Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii)
- Fayetteville High School (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
- Federal Highway System
- Fédération Haïtienne de Ski (French: Haitian Ski Federation)
- Feinstein High School (Providence, RI)
- Fellow of the Heraldry Society
- Fenton High School (Fenton, MI, USA)
- Ferndale High School
- Fernley High School (Fernley, NV)
- Fetal Heart Sounds
- Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome
Samples in periodicals archive:
CITIUS, altius, fortius - Latin for faster, higher, stronger and the highly appropriate Olympic slogan, following the inspiring competition we have all recently witnessed.
Long may the Greatest Show on Earth enthrall for centuries longer, inspiring future Olympians to be Faster, Higher, Stronger.
The award-winning choreographer was forced to change the name of his work, inspired by the Olympic motto Faster, Higher, Stronger, due to stringent red tape set down by the International Olympic Committee.
Mr Bintley said: "Faster is inspired by the Olympic motto, Faster, Higher, Stronger.
Faster is inspired by the Olympic motto, Faster, Higher, Stronger," said Mr Bintley, who is director of one of the most prestigious dance companies in the world, and has choreographed a host of ballets to worldwide acclaim.
Each coin set in the series reflects an aspect of Citius, Altius, Fortius, the Olympic motto in Latin for Faster, Higher, Stronger.
But in a world that is more connected and much smaller than ever before, the Olympics still present an irresistible stage for the best athletes from every nation to seek to fulfill the Olympic motto, "Citius, Altius, Fortius" - faster, higher, stronger.