DFB


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DFB

acronym for dark, firm, dry meat. Called also dark cutting beef.
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A newly organised blank check company, DFB Healthcare will effect a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganisation or similar business combination with one or more businesses, mainly in the healthcare sector.
Beckenbauer is already under investigation by Swiss authorities, who opened criminal proceedings against him and two former DFB presidents in connection with its successful bid for that World Cup.
We belong together, as both the DFB with its national teams and we as an international sporting goods company excellently present Germany around the globe.
Despite the recent report, no satisfactory answer has been provided for the transfers of cash between Louis-Dreyfus, Beckenbauer, the DFB, FIFA and Bin Hamman which were described in detail in the 300-plus page report for the DFB.
For the good of the DFB and the football it is necessary to make a restart in terms of personnel.
This analysis also examined whether the DFB has any right to reclaim [the money].
The hypothesis of DFB interfering with hormones was originally formulated by Yu & Terriere (1975, 1977) followed by Soltani et al.
We are seeing a growing market opportunity for adaptation of our highly-linear DFB laser technology for specialized wireless and DAS applications," said Jaime Reloj, Vice President of Business Development for EMCORE.
The DFB runs the game and they work with the German Football League and the national side.
The grating structure acts as a filter for the DFB laser's resonator modes, allowing only one frequency/wavelength to pass with low loss.
Beiter arranged the DFB sponsored tournament together with Klaus Stark, technical advisor of the Namibian Football Association.
As the official carrier of the DFB the airline will fly the teams, trainers, staff and the delegation members of both the men's and women's national teams to all important matches and tournaments.