"FF" stands for "Forced Fumble" When a player knocks the football loose or strips the ball from a player that has full possession of the football is considered a Forced Fumble (FF).
FF means forte fortissimo in music!
22 players on a football field
100 yard in a football field.
in music, pp means "very soft" or "pianissimo"; ff means "very loud" or "fortissimo"
Yes it is. If you encounter the abbreviation "ff." in a text, it usually means "following", yes.
It stands for forced fumbles.
FF means fast forward, this is the button of tape recorders, Dvd's etc when you want to move the disc/tape cassette forward like the rewind for the back movement. or If you are talking about video games FF normally means Final Fantasy
In the world of music, ff means 'fortissimo' - very loud.
if you mean in music, it means fortisimo which means really loud ;)
it is shown as ff in music and means very loud
Don't know what the FF means. The other usually means you get a 2% discount off your bill if you pay within 10 days.
That's called the "MAC address" or "Hardware address". It's a unique set of numbers assigned to a network device. Anything that access the internet whether phones, wireless cards, computers, etc, all have a MAC address. The address with all one's (FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF) is the broadcast address. All devices on the physical segment will see and respond to a message with that destination.
"ff" means and following. For example, Jn. 3:16ff means the 16th verse of the 3rd chapter of the book of John and the verses that immediately follow that verse. Sometimes, the latin abbreviation et. seq. is used instead of "ff."
ff means 'and following', meaning that the topic of interest continues into the next verses (for a Bible reference) or onto the next pages (for other references.
it means play very loudly
in a computer game it means: Friendly fire
If you breed Ff and Ff together you will receive some of every phenotype. You would receive 50 percent Ff, 25 percent FF, and 25 percent ff.
Apparently... It doesn't spell check when you type it. Ff, ff, ff. :D
It means "and the following", usually when the subject continues to the next page/pages.