She was a member of the United Church of Ware, and belonged to the Friendship Circle.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Friendship Circle
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We have 108 other meanings of FC in our Acronym Attic
- Frecuencia Cardiaca (Spanish: Heart Rate)
- Frederic Chiu (classical pianist)
- Free Cholesterol
- Free Church
- Free Concentration
- Frequency Calibration
- Frequency Converter
- Fresh Condition
- Friend Code (Nintendo Wii)
- Friendly Capability
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Empower's innovative programme guarantees that participants will not only be armed with new knowledge and skills, but also a collection of memories and friendship circles that reach out across the world," said Abdulla Salem al-Bikri, youth development manager, Rota.
With the transient nature of the community of Dubai, Dr Willis said that parents must instill in their children the ability to have resilience to cope and to diversify their friendship circle.
Each says that good friends have stuck by them but they have a smaller friendship circle than others of the same age.
In fact, children's friendship circles tighten as their relationships become more complex and intimate and more based in similarities of activities and values rather than focused on play and companionship (Fehr, 2000).
Widen your friendship circle but beware of junk friends who tend to be demanding and aren't there when you need them.
Representatives from the Congo-Wales Friendship Circle will join the Mayor of Kinshasa, officials from the Congo Embassy in London and some of Stanley's relatives.
The artist-run gallery occupied a building owned by Jeffrey Lew, with Gordon Matta-Clark as resident imp and impresario; artists and dancers working there comprised a friendship circle that was also a post-Minimal Who's Who.