The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fm \Fm\ prop. n. The chemical symbol for Fermium, a transuranic element.
Syn: fermium, atomic number 100.
Fm \Fm\ prop. n. the symbol for the element Fermium.
FM or Fm may refer to:
FM is a Canadian progressive rock music group formed in 1976 in Toronto. The band existed from 1976 to 1996, with a brief return in 2006, although they had a period of inactivity between 1989 and 1994. Their music has been categorized as space rock, and lyrics are dominated by science fiction themes. In November 2011, Cameron Hawkins reformed the band with two new players.
FM (referred to as FMUK in North America) are a British rock band. They have released nine studio albums to date. Three of those, Indiscreet, Tough It Out and 2015's Heroes and Villains reached the UK Albums Chart, whilst five of the band's singles made inroads into the UK Singles Chart.
FM is a 1978 film directed by John A. Alonzo and starring Michael Brandon, Eileen Brennan, Alex Karras, Cleavon Little, Martin Mull, and Cassie Yates. The screenplay was written by Ezra Sacks.
This film was produced by Universal Pictures and originally released to theaters in the spring of 1978.
FM is the original soundtrack to the 1978 film FM. The album was a Top Five, Platinum-certified smash during the summer of 1978. The soundtrack also won the 1979 Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.
FM is a British sitcom which aired on ITV2, starring Chris O'Dowd, Kevin Bishop and Nina Sosanya. The series followed the lives of two DJs and their producer on their FM radio programme, "Skin 86.5 FM". The show also featured music from real-life artists and guest stars from the music industry.
The first episode aired on 25 February 2009 and the series ran for 6 episodes. It broadcast on Wednesdays at 22:30. The series launched with 213,000 viewers. The whole series was re-run on Friday 3 April from 22:00 until 01:00. On 13 April 2009 the series was released on DVD with a BBFC rating of 15.
ITV Studios began searching for funding from record companies and radio stations to produce a second series for the show, but to no avail as only one season was made.
"FM (No Static at All)" is a song by American jazz-rock band Steely Dan. It is the title theme to the 1978 film FM. It made the US Top Forty that year when released as a single, a success relative to the film it was from, which failed at the box office and has remained obscure since then. Musically, it is a complex jazz-rock composition driven by its bass, guitar and piano parts, typical of the band's sound from this period; its lyrics look askance at the album-oriented rock format of many FM radio stations at that time, in contrast to the film's celebration of it.
It was the first single Steely Dan released on MCA Records (which had released the soundtrack), predating MCA's acquisition of ABC Records, the band's previous label, by one year. At the time of its release, the band's album Aja was enjoying great critical and commercial success, leading some listeners to assume that "FM" was also on that album. It was not, although it has since been included on some of the band's compilation albums.
However, it had been recorded during the same sessions as Aja and employed some of the same studio musicians and recording personnel, in addition to band members and songwriters Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. Among them were saxophonist Pete Christlieb and drummer Jeff Porcaro; several members of the Eagles sang backing vocals.
Several aspects of the song make it notable among the band's work. It was the first time Becker and Fagen had written music for a film since 1971's You've Got to Walk It Like You Talk It or You'll Lose That Beat, a year before Steely Dan released its debut album. It also features a string section arranged and conducted by Johnny Mandel, only the second time the band had used strings in a song. Lastly, it is the only time that Becker (bass and guitar) and Fagen (piano) have handled most of a song's instrumental work themselves. Engineer Roger Nichols won that year's Grammy Award for Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical for his work on "FM", the only time that award was ever given for a single song.
FM (Film Müzikleri) is the fourth album by the Turkish band Replikas. The album is a compilation of two movie soundtracks: Maruf by Serdar Akar (2001) and İki Genç Kız by Kutluğ Ataman (2005). With İki Genç Kız, Replikas won the best soundtrack album award by SİYAD (Cinema Critics Association).
FM is the third Korean mini album of South Korean girl group Crayon Pop. It was released on March 27, 2015, one year after their last Korean release, " Uh-ee". The lead single of the same name was written by hitmaker Shinsadong Tiger and has a "female warrior" concept based on super hero TV shows such as Super Sentai and Sailor Moon.
The [R]-FM regimen consists of:
- (R)ituximab - an anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody that is able to kill both normal B cells and malignant ones;
- (F)ludarabine - an antimetabolite;
- (M)itoxantrone - a synthetic antracycline analogue (an antraquinone) that is able to intercalate DNA and prevent mitosis.
This regimen is also sometimes used in some autoimmune disorders that are inherently sensitive to rituximab, fludarabine and mitoxantrone in monotherapies (e.g. multiple sclerosis).
FM is an American music television network. It launched on September 30, 2015. It replaced NuvoTV which was merged into Fuse on the same day.