On a commercial cleanup job you encounter a host of problems such from fecal matter to old industrial equipment that needs to be removed.
What does FM stand for?
FM stands for Fecal Matter
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We have 98 other meanings of FM in our Acronym Attic
- Fargo-Moorhead (North Dakota)
- Farm to Market (secondary road, Texas)
- Fast Messages
- Fat Man (atomic bomb)
- Fat Mass
- Faucet Mount (plumbing; various companies)
- Faulkner Mazda (Pennsylvania)
- Fault Management
- Fax Mail
- February, March (budget times in Indian states)
- Fecit Monumentum (Latin: Built A Monument, epigraphy)
- Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
- Federal Methodology (financial need determination formula)
- Federated States of Micronesia (US postal abbreviation)
- Femtometer (10 E^-15, one quadrillionth of a meter)
- Ferdinand Marcos
- Fetal Movement
Samples in periodicals archive:
A This is the second contamination with fecal matter at the aOfficers'a beach in the last two years.
The average person produces nearly a pound of fecal matter every day, and when unsheltered people have no legal place to be and are forced into the shadows, they have no proper place to relieve themselves.
When a fixed/preserved specimen is filtered through the device, the larger fecal matter is separated from the preserved fecal specimen.
a pair of safety glasses, worn with the hat, doubles as a wearable miniature computer monitor displaying data from a miniature computer on the inspector's belt (the data tell the inspector whether there is any fecal matter on processing equipment);
Prototypes include binoculars with lenses that detect fecal matter on meat, produce, or processing equipment--as well as diseases or quality defects.
The data tells the inspector whether there is any fecal matter on the processing equipment.
Tests of the material determined it was not hazardous waste and did not contain fecal matter, Kelly wrote.