FOS


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FOS

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) fructooligosaccharide: a chain polymer of fructose found in a variety of plants, vegetables, and fruits and used as a sweetener
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The FOS are then ruling in favour of consumers more than eight times out of ten.
The complainers' determination was rewarded as the FOS backed them in over half of the cases.
The FOS expects to take on 285,000 new cases in the next financial year overall, compared with 259,000 this year.
A typical FOS class could include newly hired FS specialists and generalists who will be supervisors when they begin their overseas assignments.
The firm has a specialist FSA team which has wide experience of dealing with a range of financial services litigation both in the Court and before the FOS.
Even if insurers do still provide cover to IFAs, they may decide not to cover the increased FOS awards.
The overall rating for passing the FOS during AECS into the trachea through the sLMA was 1 (1 to 1 [1 to 2]) and for the FOS/AIC was 2 (1 to 3 [1 to 4]), P=0.
Based in Athens, Greece, F+M FOS is a team of designers and draughtsmen from all over the world who design lighting and furniture.
He adds: 'There may be other customers - who have complained on issues very similar to those considered by the FOS but have not taken their complaints to the FOS - who may not have had their complaints considered
To execute the new mission, an engineer force had to be organized--using the uncommitted battalion assets and JTF combat enablers/forces--to form a combined arms team that could secure the terrain and construct and sustain an FOS.
An example of another type of FOS is the one produced by GTC Nutrition.
It can be consumed by both Type I and Type II diabetics as the FOS ingredient does not alter glucose, fructose, or insulin concentrations in the blood.