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FYI

An abbreviation for "for your information," typically used to present information that is not actionable. FYI I'm going to be off next Friday. Just an FYI, everyone—they'll be testing the server overnight.
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To Geraci, it's a point of difference, and possibly an advantage, to house all of FYI's lifestyle programming under one roof.
The TDP is drawing attention of some funders in the form of goods like fuel supply or hotel accommodation for the FYI and the TDP team.
Apart from doing their bit in encouraging politicians to take children and young people seriously, nominating someone for an FYI could win a young person a trip to present the award at People and Politics Day in London on November 14.
For example: jsrnith@anywhere.com; By adding a little FYI comment at the top of the original message, you will definitely beat starting from scratch or rewriting individual messages to your various coaches.
Fodor's FYI ($9.95), a series of pocket-size books, reveal their secrets.
(FYI: Vegan Splendor is a woman-owned and car-free company.)
* Stem Cell Research, for grades 9-12: fyi.com/2001/fyi/lesson.plans/07/12/stem.cell/
The FYI program is designed to increase student satisfaction, success, and ultimately graduation.
The kit is one of a series of FYI Kits compiled by CBI to provide bankers with a base of general information and practical ideas on industry hot topics.
* FYI: FDR processed an estimated 7.7 billion cardholder transactions in 1999.
(FYI: "nodrog" is Gordon in reverse; "doggo" is slang for "in hiding.")
Generally chronological in presentation, the text is broken up with blue-barred Sound Bytes (relevant quotations); yellow Backtracks (sidebars with bits of historical insights); bracketed FYI's (odd bits of information that are to the side of the narrative flow); and loads of crisply reproduced examples of artwork.
This month's FYI feature on page 29 offers, incidentally, a nice followup to last month's cover story.
Two companies already taking advantage of siteDirector's powerful new functionality are PeopleSoft, a leading provider of enterprise application software, and InfoMaster, Inc., publisher of Banker's FYI, an online community for bankers.