Now Jason, of Consett, will hand the ancient artefact over to a finds liaison officer before a coroner decides its fate.
What does FLO stand for?
FLO stands for Finds Liaison Officer (UK)
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- Faction Liaison Officer
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- Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International (Bonn, Germany)
- Family Learning Organization
- Family Liaison Office/Officer
- Family Life Office (various locations)
- Federal Liaison Officer (Alaska, federal disaster response)
- Field Level Organization
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- Fisheries Liaison Officer (Canada)
- Fleet Liaison Office (US DoD)
- Flinders Learning Online (Australia)
- Florence (Amtrak station code; Florence, SC)
- Florence, SC, USA - Gilbert Field (Airport Code)
- Florincoin (cryptocurrency)
- For Ladies Only
- For Lovers Only
- Foreign Liaison Office/Officer
- Fork Lift Operator (various companies)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jason will hand the artefact over to a finds liaison officer before a coroner decides its fate.
The history of the axe head, said to be one of only 1,000 knownto experts, was recently verified by the Museum of Liverpool''s finds liaison officer, Vanessa Oakden.
And Emma Morris, assistant finds liaison officer for the Portable Antiquities Scheme, said she would be interested to see the discoveries.
Richard Henry, the British Museum's finds liaison officer for Worcestershire and Warwickshire, described the Bredon Hoard as being of "local and national significance".
We always declare everything that we find to the landowner and also to the Finds Liaison Officer working on behalf of the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
According to Rob Webley, Finds Liaison Officer for the Hampshire Museums Service, the items could together be worth around 300 pounds to 500 pounds.
Mark Lodwick, finds liaison officer at National Museum, Cardiff, told the inquest in a statement that the ring's heart flanked by four petalled flowers meant "a heart sprouting flowers".
Caroline Johnson, finds liaison officer for Birmingham Museum, said: "This is a very unusual find.