Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is leading the field of Republican White House hopefuls, expressed "concerns" about the existence of a Palestinian state, "I certainly have some concerns," adding that the "first step" in a two-state solution a "Ponzi scheme, one size fits all, whether it's education policy or whether it's healthcare policy, that is, on its face, socialism," Perry told the magazine.
What does OSFA stand for?
OSFA stands for One Size Fits All
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 28 other meanings of OSFA in our Acronym Attic
- Oxidation-induced Stacking Fault
- Oyster Strike Force
- Open Society Foundation for South Africa (est. 1993)
- Open Software Foundation Distributed Computing Environment
- Open Software Foundation System 1
- Osteoblast Specific Factor-2
- Office of Student Financial Assistance (various locations)
- Ohio State Firefighters Association
- Oklahoma State Firefighters Association
- One Sin for All (band)
- Oregon State Fiscal Association
- Orion School and Foundation for Astrology
- Orthopedic Surgery of the Foot and Ankle
- Ozark Science Fiction Association (1960's St. Louis fanclub)
- Operator Service Facilities Administration Center (AT&T)
- Orphelinat Saint Frère André (Canadian charity)
- Office of Student Financial Assistance Programs (US Department of Education)
- Office of Student Financial Aid Services
- Opel-Sport-Freunde-Bochum (German: Bochum Friends Sports Association; Bochum, Germany)
- Oullins/Sainte-Foy Basketball (French club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Youth baseball helmet is one size fits all, with an optional face guard.
Though the general set of competencies is quite broad in their interpretation, information competence is not one size fits all.
Because one size fits all, there is no guesswork in choosing the correct size for resident fit.
The demand for one size fits all software will become a thing of the past.
Business Editors NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 28, 2000 For way too long, television programming has been one size fits all.