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FSM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Micronesia. The code is used for transactions to and from Micronesian bank accounts and for international shipping to Micronesia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Full-Spectrum Microbiota, FSM, Rationally-Selected Microbiota, RSM, and Human-First Discovery are trademarks of Finch Therapeutics Group, Inc.
The Roxar FSM Log 48 continuously monitors corrosion in remote areas using WLAN and cellular data transfer protocols and built-in solar power options that reduce maintenance and personnel requirements.
In FSM, efforts are already underway to use this market position as a force for good.
In fact, King Edward VI Aston School has the highest proportion of disadvantaged pupils out of any grammar school in the country, with 10.5 per cent of the student body on FSM.
Mrs Wellington added that an increased take up of FSM in Monmouthshire could "reduce the cost burden to families".
The experimental results from MCNC FSM benchmarks illustrate the advantages of the proposed architecture as compared with VRMUX [11], as operating speed is enhanced at an average of 30.43% and LUT consumption is reduced by an average of 5.16% in FPGA implementation.
About half of the Ely school's 466 pupils were entitled to FSM and no fewer than 45% of pupils had additional learning needs.
Although the combined land area of all the FSM islands is less than one-fourth the size of Rhode Island, with a population of only 102,000, its exclusive economic zone covers more than 1 million square miles of open ocean, making the licensing of commercial fishing permits a vital portion of the nations economy.
Around 9% of FSM pupils were studying at one of the top third of universities, compared with 18% of their classmates.
Following World War II, the islands of what is now the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) became part of the United Nations Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, administered by the United States through the Department of Interior Office of Insular Areas (DOI/OIA).