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What does FTS stand for?

Free to Speak


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Forget This/That Stuff (polite form)
Formosa Travel Service
Formulation et Traitement des Surfaces (French: Formulation and Treatment of Surfaces)
Forward Training Site
Foundation for Theosophical Studies (UK)
Foundation for Tomorrow's Schools (Montana)
Foundation for Traffic Safety (AAA)
Fourier Transform Spectrometer
Fourier Transform Spectroscopy
France Transmission Service (France)
Free Trade Syndicate (gaming alliance)
Freedom Team Salute (US Army recognition program)
French Titanic Society
Frequency and Time Systems
Frequency and Timing Subsystem
Frequency Time Standard
Fresh Tilled Soil (Waltham, MA)
Friendship Through Sports
Fuel Temperature Sensor
Fuel Transfer System



Samples in periodicals archive:
The 22-year-old, who was linked with Sheffield United last year, is out of contract in the summer and free to speak to other clubs.
Commenting on Allawi's statement to remover premier Maliki, he said "Allawi is free to speak his mind, but this is not the general consensus.
India refused to accept China's demand as the leader is free to speak on spiritual matters.
“If anyone is in crisis, they are free to speak to someone here.
He said he would now be free to speak out and take a firm line on issues such as crime or Europe.
We will have true liberty in this country only when no one is allowed to impose his or her will on anyone else and everyone can be free to speak his or her mind without the fear of retaliation or censorship.
On the day the switch-back was announced, Dunleavy finally felt free to speak about the horrors of the composite ball.
Today, he indicated he had made his concerns known privately to ministers when he was Chief of the General Staff, but following his retirement was free to speak openly.

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