Hi-P ENIG performs best under fresh conditions, three times reflow, and storage simulation.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Fresh Condition
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We have 109 other meanings of FC in our Acronym Attic
- Fragment Crystallizable
- Frame Control
- Franklin Central (High School)
- Frecuencia Cardiaca (Spanish: Heart Rate)
- Frederic Chiu (classical pianist)
- Free Cholesterol
- Free Church
- Free Concentration
- Frequency Calibration
- Frequency Converter
Samples in periodicals archive:
In fact, the Israeli prime minister added two fresh conditions this week: No final deal with Palestinians unless they relinquish the rights of refugees, and an additional recognition of Israel as a Jewish state.
Now that the deal has been endorsed by a majority of participants of the grand tribal assembly, the president is setting fresh conditions for the US," he said.
Superb examples of the six thoroughbreds were located in virtually factory fresh conditions, and all were photographed by the expert car photographer James Mann, involving specialist lighting set up to capture the classic lines of the vehicles.
Her crew took full advantage of the weather conditions, which suited her style of sailing--mostly beating to windward in moderate to fresh conditions.
The pictures are remarkable for their fresh condition, and the fact that they are still together as a group, unlike the much larger groups done by Cozens when touring Italy with Richard Payne Knight and later with William Beckford.
Among his artistic commissions are a group of six fine watercolours of the Alban Hills, all in superlatively fresh condition, including the accomplished view of Lake Albano from Palazzolo (Fig.
Strangely, however, the pitch was watered at half-time and Nuneaton seemed to find the fresh conditions anything but favourable.