FRS

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FRS

abbr.
Federal Reserve System
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FRS

(in Britain) abbreviation for
Fellow of the Royal Society
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FRS

Federal Reserve System.

Frs.

Frisian.

F.R.S.

Fellow of the Royal Society.
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Noun1.FRS - the central bank of the United StatesFRS - the central bank of the United States; incorporates 12 Federal Reserve branch banks and all national banks and state-chartered commercial banks and some trust companies; "the Fed seeks to control the United States economy by raising and lowering short-term interest rates and the money supply"
central bank - a government monetary authority that issues currency and regulates the supply of credit and holds the reserves of other banks and sells new issues of securities for the government
Federal Reserve Bank, reserve bank - one of 12 regional banks that monitor and act as depositories for banks in their region
national bank - a commercial bank chartered by the federal government
member bank - a bank that is a member of the Federal Reserve System
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Translations

Frs

ABBR (Rel) =FathersPP
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Utterson though he took charge of it now that it was made, had refused to lend the least assistance in the making of it; it provided not only that, in case of the decease of Henry Jekyll, M.D., D.C.L., L.L.D., F.R.S., etc., all his possessions were to pass into the hands of his "friend and benefactor Edward Hyde," but that in case of Dr.
The familiar photograph of F.R.S. Yorke that prefaces this slim but nicely produced study presents the image of a rubicund tea-drinking tweedy Englishman--the epitome of the trusty professional whose name is synonymous with the non-ideological no-nonsense technically solid strain of modern architecture that gathered pace during the later 1930s and reached its apogee in the first wave of post-war national reconstruction.