CFF


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CFF

Abbreviation for critical fusion frequency. See: critical flicker fusion frequency.

HCFC1

A gene on chromosome Xq28 that encodes a member of the host cell factor family involved in controlling the cell cycle.
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CFF previously had no trouble hitting that milestone.
The CFF remains, above all, a festival of film directors, artists and a cluster of talents serving a film-loving public eagerly awaiting a diverse and thought-provoking programme, even if it wants to remain accessible to all lovers of film and cinema.
CFF Bank is a Canadian retail bank offering deposit, mortgage and personal banking products.
Joining CFF will offer her a great chance to expand, she said.
Since 2007, the CFF has provided nearly $70 million to more than 118 Massachusetts communities, which have helped restore historic buildings, encourage tourism, and promote art and culture.
A GPS is what makes the polar method the preferred choice for CFF.
CFF then uses four dense-media drums similar to Galloo's (1.
Neil Harvey,UK project co-ordinator at the CFF, said: ``Marcin is very helpful and he loves football and animals and is a bit of a computer expert.
I will present more information about Small Miracles during the CFF panel session.
CFF operate in a mode of deep bed filtration where inclusions smaller than the pore openings are retained throughout the cross-section of the filter.
Several human rights organizations have been criticizing the government for undermining the suspected CFF rebels' right to a fair trial.
CFF said their activities could include the boycotting of products and services of companies that support overturning the vote.