Summary: Homeland star Damian Lewis is awarded the Freedom of the City of London.
What does FOTC stand for?
FOTC stands for Freedom of the City
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We have 39 other meanings of FOTC in our Acronym Attic
- Fruit of the boom (Belgium dance party)
- Friends of the Bellaire Library (Texas)
- Friends of the Bird Sanctuary (Wisconsin)
- Fathers of the Church
- Fiber Optic TOW Cable
- Fire of the Carolinas (Elon University Marching Band)
- Flags Of The Confederacy
- Fleet OTH Targeting Coordinator
- Flight of the Conchords (New Zealand folk duo; HBO series)
- Force Over-the-Horizon Track Coordinator
- Friend of the Court (court ordered child support)
- Friends of the Children (various locations)
- Friends of Turkey Creek (Florida)
- Fulfillment of the Contract (gaming)
- Fixed Orifice Tube Cycling Clutch (car temperature control)
- Friends of the Children of Chernobyl
- Fish on Toast Clearing House (blog)
- Falling Off The Chair Laughing
- Face Of The Day
- Fact of the Day
Samples in periodicals archive:
Leader of Coventry City Council Coun John Mutton added: "It is with tremendous pride for the whole of the city that Coventry can grant the Freedom of the City upon HMS Diamond.
SIR Michael Caine was awarded the Freedom of the City of London today as an exhibition opened to celebrate the actor's glittering career.
HARRY POTTER creator JK Rowling has been honoured with the freedom of the City of London.
Byline: Matt Lloyd IT was a family affair for Birmingham's Lord Mayor as she bestowed the freedom of the city on 3,000 soldiers - including her own son.
CAPTION(S): Charity honour: Stephen Yip Stephen Yip packs hampers with other volunteers Stephen Yip ouside the Kind premises Proud: Founder Stephen Yip is the 63rd person to receive Freedom of the City
THE granting of the Freedom of the City of London is one of the oldest surviving traditional ceremonies - the first is thought to have been presented in 1237.