Byline: Kristin This week's feel-good factor **** I am writing this week's column from the oncology unit of my hospital.
What does FGF stand for?
FGF stands for Feel-Good Factor
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of FGF
We have 52 other meanings of FGF in our Acronym Attic
- Future Garage Equipment Services (UK)
- Food and Gill Exchange of Toxic Substances
- Functional Group Equivalent Weight
- Fruit Growers Express
- Fake Gameplay Footage (gaming industry)
- Fake Girlfriend
- Famous Gut Feel
- Federación Gallega de Fútbol (Spain)
- Fédération des Géomètres Francophones (French: Francophone Federation of Surveyors)
- Fédération Guinéenne de Football (Guinea)
- Fibroblast Growth Factor
- Fine Girl Friday
- Former Girlfriend
- Forschungsgemeinschaft Funk eV
- Future Generation Foundation (Egypt)
- 125I-fibroblast growth factor-1
- Fibroblast Growth Factor Type 1
- 125I-fibroblast growth factor-2
- Fibroblast Growth Factor 5 (also seen as FGF5)
- Fibroblast Growth Factor and its Receptor
Samples in periodicals archive:
I WAS glad to hear the Prime Minister and Lord Coe urging us to harness the spirit and feel-good factor of the Olympic Games, not only for the future of sport, but also to involve politics, business and commerce in benefits to society and the economy and combating poverty and famine.
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] FEEL-GOOD FACTORS Sardines abound in omega-3 fatty acids.
3 THE feel-good factor has returned to a Birmingham side currently riding the crest of a wave and firmly believing they belong in the top flight.
Byline: ANDY WALKER ALEX McLeish believes that the feel-good factor is back at St Andrew's after yesterday's moraleboosting victory over Sunderland.
The feel-good factor was then calculated by subtracting the percentage of those who think their situation will worsen from the percentage who think it will get better.