About the potential rejection of the Federal Court to the law, Khalidi said: "The Federal Court is free to decide, but we assure to everyone that the law represents the desire of most of the political forces.
What does FTD stand for?
FTD stands for Free to Decide (Cranberries song)
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- Follow-Through Day
- Foreign Technical Department
- Foreign Technology Division
- Forgot to Deliver
- Formal Technical Document
- Formal Thought Disorder
- Fort Dearborn Income Securities, Inc. (stock symbol)
- Forward Tracking Detector
- Forward Travel Distance (US Air Force)
- France Télévisions Distribution (French broadcasting company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Basically, the justices leave themselves free to decide when they will withdraw from a case.
Barcelona coach Josep Guardiola says he does not want a long-term contract with the European champions because he needs to feel free to decide his future so as to perform at his best.
Banks will be free to decide the lending rate on export credit from July 1 as part of a move toward a new interest rate system, the central bank said.
Bualadh Bos: The Cranberries Live finds the group performing six of that album's dozen tracks ("Wanted," "Linger," "I Still Do," "Waltzing Back," "Not Sorry," "Pretty") at the Record Plant studio in Hollywood in 1994; one ("Dreams") at Feile, Tipperary that same year; and another ("Sunday") at Pine Knob in Clarkston, Michigan in 1996 on the Free To Decide World Tour.
Addressing at Khaplu and Gwadi, they said that people would be free to decide their issues in Gilgit-Baltistan and added there will be no need to go to Islamabad.
Heaping praise on the independent sector's traditional curricula, he argued that the national curriculum should be removed in state schools so teachers are free to decide how pupils are taught.
Carriers are free to decide the frequency of services and prices to be charged.