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formulary

 [for´mu-lar″e]
a collection of formulae.
National formulary a book of standards for certain pharmaceuticals and preparations not included in the U.S.P; revised every 5 years, and recognized as a book of official standards by the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906. Abbreviated N.F.

USP

 
United States Pharmacopeia, a legally recognized compendium of standards for drugs, published by the United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc., and revised periodically; it also includes assays and tests for determination of strength, quality, and purity.

NF

Abbreviation for National Formulary.

NF

abbr.
1. National Formulary
2. neurofibromatosis
3. or n/f no funds

NF

Abbreviation for:
National Formulary
natriuretic factor
necrotising fasciitis
neointima formation
neural fold
neurofilament
neurofibroma
neurofibromatosis
neurotrophic factor
Nissen fundoplication
nitrofurazone
nodular fasciitis
non-functioning
normal for, see there  
Nuffield Foundation

NF

1. National Formulary, see there.
2. Neurofibromatosis, see there.
3. Neurofilament, see there.
4. Normal flow.
5. Normal formula.
6.  Nursing facility.

NF

Abbreviation for National Formulary.
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Should any children play in the creeks or swim in the Nolichucky downstream of NFS, they would be subjected to Americium-241, Cesium-137, Neptunium-237, radioactive sodium and lead, Radium-224, Technetium-99, 5 isotopes of uranium, 4 of thorium, and 4 isotopes of plutonium--a veritable bath of poisons.
There were significant differences between the levels of fat, protein, lactose and NFS (P <0.0001) for the ultrasound spectroscopy analysis compared to the infrared method used by reference laboratories (RBQL/MAPA).
Since one of the main targets of the present work is to establish how the exposure to water can modify the functional behaviour of a-NFs and PEDOT:PSS NFs, electrical characterizations are provided.
Conclusion: This group of residents presented significant differences between the non-surgical and the surgical groups in areas related to well-being, which the majority agreed was negatively impacted during their participation in the NFS. [PR Health Sci J 2014;33:45-50]
"As we discussed in our outlook last quarter, results for the second fiscal quarter reflected the anticipated contraction in license revenue during the transition from our first-generation NFS product to the next-generation NFS Ascent platform, which we officially launched in the quarter," said Najeeb Ghauri, CEO.
The All-Drive feature will be introduced for the first time in the forthcoming NFS Rivals by Electronic Arts (EA).
The parent company of NFS is Stone River, which provides back-office service for life and P&C insurance companies.
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Now Criterion is taking on another of the old NFS titles, Most Wanted, and although the Need For Speed style is definitely present there is more than just a passing similarity to Burnout Paradise.
1 -- Speed junkies who prefer to get their gaming experience straight off their iOS or Android devices can get the new NFS Most Wanted game by Criterion Games straight on their phones or tablets.
Tosoh has decided to end sales of its bromine-based NFS series of cleaning solvents because of industry's increasing replacement of such solvents with more environmentally friendly substitutes.