WNF


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WNF

Abbreviation for:
well-nourished female
West Nile fever
Working Neighbourhood Fund
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We found mortality rates to be most increased in younger patients with WNND and found no evidence of deaths for case-patients with a history of WNF.
In June 2015, the first official meeting of the WNF was held at the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors' conference in Calgary, where the first officers were elected.
WNF goes one step further: While economic institutions determine whether an economy prospers or fails, these economic institutions are in turn formed by political institutions.
Dallas County (population 2,484,816) has a WNV incidence of 13:100,000; 51.6% of cases are WNF and 48.4% of cases are WNND.
The WNF authors also contend that "extractive" political institutions that reserve political power and wealth for a powerful elite--by the use of extractive economic institutions--eventually will inhibit economic progress for everyone else.
The council uses the majority of the WNF, which is given to deprived authorities in England, to support the voluntary sector.
To make things worse, ring-fenced grants, such as the working neighbourhood fund (WNF) - set up specifically to tackle deprivation - will bite the dust.
He said they are in discussions with government over what might replace the WNF and that the cabinet will shortly be working on next year's budget year at which this issue will be discussed.
The Dutch wing of the Worldwide Fund for Nature (Wereld Natuurfonds [ETH] WNF) also voted KLM its Business Partner of the year for 2009.
A list of WNF sites covered by the waiver is at www.fs.fed.us/r6/passespermits/sites-willamette-nf.shtml.
Torch River Resources Ltd (TSX V: TCR) (Frankfurt: WNF) (Pink Sheets: TORVF), a Canada-based company that explores for mineral resources, has announce a non-brokered private placement financing.
Human WNV disease cases are classified as 1) WNND (i.e., meningitis, encephalitis, or acute flaccid paralysis); 2) West Nile fever (WNF), which is symptomatic WNV disease that does not affect the nervous system; or 3) an unspecified clinical syndrome.