RFC


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RFC

Abbreviation for:
radiofrequency catheter
radiofrequency coagulation
radiofrequency current
request for change 
request for comment 
residual functional capacity
rosette-forming cell
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Jake Buckley, 19, suffered a serious neck injury while playing for Tonna RFC earlier this month
Wee, "Globally, RFC follows the motto of the survival of the fittest, not only in terms of physical fitness but also mental endurance.
Over 50 teams, both Indian and foreign, are expected to participate in the first edition of RFC India.
Olson finds that the RFC failed to bring about economic recovery, but he lists as accomplishments during the 1930s its activities in bank reconstruction, postponing even worse problems for the railroad industry, creation of a secondary market for FHA mortgages, and playing an important role in financing other New Deal programs.
He is at his best in discussing the personalities and politics involved in RFC operations.
The only way B&S RFC, and if it comes to it, any rugby club from division one down, can survive is to return to club rugby (amateur status).
The prevalent need for additional warehouse resources and the excellent opportunity to purchase a well-established lending operation catapulted RFC into the warehouse lending business.