Fas can mean the following:

  • Fas receptor, an important cell surface receptor protein of the TNF receptor family known also as CD95, that induces apoptosis on binding Fas ligand.
  • Fes, Morocco, the third largest city in Morocco, as an alternate spelling
  • Poti, Georgia, a port city in Georgia
  • Latin for "permissible, right" as a concept of ancient Roman religion; see Glossary of ancient Roman religion#fas

FAS can stand for:

  • Architecture and Surveying Institute, formerly the Faculty of Architects and Surveyors
  • Faculty of Arts and Science
    • Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
    • University of Toronto Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Fatty acid synthase
  • Federal Aid Highway System, roads built in the United States with funds provided by the federal government
  • Federally assisted secondary road, roads built in the United States with funds provided by the federal government
  • Federation of American Scientists, a non-profit organization formed in 1945 by scientists from the Manhattan Project
  • Federation of Astronomical Societies, an international union of astronomical societies formed in 1974
  • Feedback arc set, a concept in graph theory
  • Femmes Africa Solidarité
  • Ferrous Ammonium Sulfate (Mohr's Salt), a light green crystalline solid with the formula Fe(SO4)2(NH4)2.6H2O (CAS number: 10045-89-3)
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, permanent and often devastating birth-defect syndromes caused by maternal overconsumption of alcohol during pregnancy
  • Financial Accounting Standard, a standard determined by the Financial Accounting Standards Board
  • Final assembly schedule, schedule for items to finish in a make-to-order (MTO) or assemble-to-order (ATO) environment.
  • Football Association of Serbia
  • Football Association of Singapore
  • Foras Áiseanna Saothair, a state agency in the Republic of Ireland, with responsibility for assisting those seeking employment.
  • Forced Auto Stop, a hypermiling technique involving turning off an automobile's internal combustion engine, shifting into neutral and coasting down hills to reduce gasoline use.
  • Foreign Accent Syndrome, a rare medical condition whereby a person acquires a different accent when speaking their own language, usually as a result of brain damage.
  • Foreign Agricultural Service, the part of the United States Department of Agriculture that has primary responsibility for overseas programs
  • Francis Albert Sinatra, better known as Frank Sinatra
  • Free African Society, an 18th-century African-American community.
  • Free Alongside Ship, an Incoterm
  • Freedom and Solidarity, a conservative liberal political party in Slovakia
  • Fuerzas Armadas de España, the Spanish Armed Forces
  • Club Deportivo FAS, a Salvadoran football club

Other articles related to "fas":

List Of Foreign Primera División De Fútbol Profesional Players - North & Central America, Caribbean - CONCACAF - Guatemala
... FAS Tomás Gamboa - C.D ... FAS Adan Onelio Paniagua - C.D ... FAS Oscar Sanchez "La Coneja" - C.D ...
List Of Salvadoran Football Champions - Apertura/Clausura Format (1999-present)
... Season Champion Runner-Up Apertura 1998* Alianza F.C ... L.A ...
... FAS or simply FAS (pronounced "fas"), is a Salvadoran professional football club based in Santa Ana ... FAS currently play in the Primera División de Fútbol Profesional, their home ground being the Estadio Oscar Quiteño ...
Carlos Recinos - Playing Years - Club Career
... he worked for, Recinos began his professional football career at FAS where he stayed for sixteen years ... He won three domestic titles with FAS (1977–78, 1978–79, 1981) and helped them capture their first and so far only international title when they won the CONCACAF Champions' Cup in 1979 ... After his contract with FAS ended in 1982, he spent two years on the sidelines following an injury before signing with UES for one year in 1984 ...
List Of Salvadoran Football Champions - League System (1947–1997)
... Season Champion Runner-Up 1947** 1948-49 Once Municipal Libertad F.C. 1949-50** 1950-51 C.D ...