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RFN

Abbreviation for:
Registered Fever Nurse, see there 
retrofacial nucleus
riboflavin
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RFN

Abbrev. for Registered Fever Nurse.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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By drawing on these strengths, organizations are finding new ideas that expand the RFN. For example, Kinsman Farm created its own combination of urban farming, new farmer incubation, agricultural education, and local orientation to transform what had been just another rundown and neglected city lot in the middle of Cleveland into a promising symbol of urban agriculture.
Overall, in the EZ method, weighing the sample instead of the container ([EZ.sub.S24] and [EZ.sub.S48]) allowed the detection of a slightly greater percentage of RFN and unclassified samples over the percentage of meat classified as exudative (RSE and PSE).
(2010)'s criterion, DFD had a higher (P<0.05) [pH.sub.24h] than PSE and RSE (mean of 5.6 [+ or -] 0.02), while the [pH.sub.24h] of RFN was similar (P>0.05) to the others.
Rfn Turner, a Newcastle United supporter, had gone to Carr Hill Primary and Thomas Hepburn Community schools.
The RFN 300 machine produces lobes with a concave shape for the camshaft shown.
We operationalize these values by identifying five key characteristics that connect environmentally sensitive production practices and RFN marketing: ownership and control (functional and emotional values), personal values and social embeddedness (social and emotional values), entrepreneurship and multifunctionality (functional and epistemic values), scale (conditional value), and spatial and temporal distribution (conditional value) (Table 1).
Rfn Nash fired three flares and Rfn Nathan Bennett warning shots.
Stephanie Orr, 23, the girlfriend of Rfn Allott, fought back tears as she paid tribute to her partner.
Speaking about the incident in Sangin, Rfn McKie said: "My first thought was, I've really only got one chance to do this.
In a batch of festive messages sent back to families from troops on the frontline, Rfn Brown, from Orpington, Kent, said: ''Merry Christmas to my family, dad, Steph, Sam and Ellie, also to my dog Smuttsy.
L/Bdr Hatton, from Easingwold, North Yorkshire, Rfn Wild, from Hartlepool, and Capt Hale, from Bournemouth, died while providing security for a shura - or meeting of elders - near Sangin in Helmand ahead of Afghanistan's key elections on Thursday.
Lieutenant Colonel Rob Thomson, Commanding Officer 2 Rifles Battlegroup, said Rfn Wild, 19, from Hartlepool, was "an epic Rifleman who has been right at the very front of our fight here in Sangin".