To put on a top-standard meeting needs experienced officials across the board from timekeepers, track and field judges to numerous volunteers to see that things go without a hitch.
What does FJ stand for?
FJ stands for Field Judge (football)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of FJ
We have 11 other meanings of FJ in our Acronym Attic
- Festival de Música Independiente de Zaragoza (Spanish music festival)
- Flight Information Zone (aviation)
- Focus, Iris, Zoom (photography)
- Frankfurt Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie (German: Frankfurt Innovation Center for Biotechnology; Germany)
- Freizeit in Zug (German: Leisure in Zug; Zug, Switzerland)
- National Beverage Corp. (stock symbol)
- Fahnenjunker (German)
- Familiarization Job Training
- Fart Jar
- Fiber Jack (fiber optics connection)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Whitta, who lives in Connah's Quay, and Morris, from Chester, have both been appointed as field judges and will work inside the Olympic Stadium.
The team of officials also worked hard throughout the day, timekeepers Adrienne Dewhirst and Alwyn Dewhirst, track judges Richard Szostak, field judges John McFadzean, Andrew Ibbitson, Russell Bamforth, Richard Smith and Lauren Storr, all played a valuable part gaining maximum officiating points to add to the total.
On Christmas Day, Army officials try to provide traditional Christmas food but troops in the field judge it harshly against what their mothers made.
Guests included Axle Whitehead, Cal Wilson, Charlie Goldsmith, Daniel MacPherson, Emma Freedman, Hayden Guppy, Lord Mayor Robert Doyle, Margot Robbie, Patricia Ilhan, Ryan Shelton, Scott McGregor & Chelsea Butler and Collingwood Football Players including Anthony Rocca, Travis Cloke and Tarkyn Lockyer and Emirates Stakes Day Fashions on the Field Judges Melissa Hetherington, Kim Fletcher, Charlie Brown and Rhys Uhlich.
via e-mail A Bears are very hard to field judge, indeed.
Four up-and-down arrows enable field judges to easily navigate UCD menus as if using a TV remote control.
So what fun it is to put the shoe on the other foot and have the long-term care field judge others--in this case, federal policymakers in Washington, D.