This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of FC
We have 109 other definitions for FC
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
There is one opposite that is of exactly the same vintage, syle and wood, which is in a fine condition.
The result is a fine gathering of strips restored to fine condition and recommended for any comics and cartoons holding.
The pedestal and base, including the main floor and exhibits upstairs, are in fine condition byt docks, a brick promenade, railings and other facilities on Liberty Island were damaged, Fox News reports.
They report the schools as being in a fine condition, and that the attendance is larger than it has been for several years past.
Andrew Aldridge, of auctioneers Henry Aldridge and Son of Devizes, in Wiltshire, said: "It is very unusual to get a postcard like this with such excellent content and in such fine condition.
SIR - I am so convinced that the weather in Pembrokeshire is fixed to rain when the rest of the UK has fine conditions I am prepared to take desperate measures in order to find answers as to why.
The piste was in fine condition, despite temperatures of -17C at the start.
Not seen since winning the Horris Hill Stakes last October, Evasive was led around the paddock and appeared to be in fine condition.