This definition appears very rarely
See other meanings of FL
We have 86 other definitions for FL
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Middlesbrough councillor Len Junier said: "It has been my long held belief that any genre that allows a stronger more flexible link between the workings of the council and our constituents, can only be a good thing.
BOND GRAPH MODEL OF FLEXIBLE LINKS The flexible multibody system can be represented as a collection of elementary components.
Government policy allows for a more flexible link between speed reduction measures and 20mph zones.
Other contributions discuss position and force control for robots in free or constrained space, vision-based control, and issues specific to the modeling and control of robots with flexible links.
We should use our strikers as a flexible link and almost play as a midfield of six with no one playing by themselves up front.
They will be popular in Ely, which is the busiest bus route, and the bendies will also provide a flexible link between the city centre and the Bay without the need to develop an untried transport system.
Grades of high-tensile-strength steel normally employed to build suspension components are utilized in the flexible link.
Kids will easily be able to rearrange the topography into endless configurations thanks to the flexible links that are similar to a bicycle chain.