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- abbr. National Formulary
- abbr. neurofibromatosis
- abbr. Newfoundland
- abbr. no funds
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Norfolk Island.
- abbr. Newfoundland and Labrador, a Canadian province.
- abbr. , Not Frat; denoting things counter to the culture of Greek life, particularly in the Southern United States
- National Formulary, is a book of public pharmacopeial standards.
- Prefix code for NASA research fighter plane designations.
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However it won't happen anytime soon, the Conservative & Unionist NF is atleast an attempt in that direction.
Or did you just skim the first section to determine if you could find evidence sufficient in your mind to label NF a likely anti-semite?
I pulled a signed first edition of Two Solitudes, in NF/NF condition off their shelves recently for a tiny fraction of what it’s going for here.
She was what I call not just "not funny" but NF, which is far worse -- it's truly, deeply, tragically not funny.
And without wanting to get labelled a NF/BNP apologist, we must have curbs, including border controls, on immigration into the UK.
Sindipetro-NF, which is affiliated with FUP, will participate in demonstrations as part of the slowdown.
In the case, Ariad Pharmaceuticals, a tiny, money-losing biotech based in Cambridge, Mass., asserted that it had licensed a patent on a basic chemical pathway called NF-kappa-B that is targeted by literally dozens of drugs.
The jury found that Eli Lilly violated patents held by the Cambridge, Mass.-based company relating to a chemical pathway known as NF-kappa B.
The Cambridge, Mass.-based Ariad claimed Lilly violated patents it held related to a chemical pathway known as NF-kappa B, a ruling that could have long-term implications for big pharma.
NLRC5, a member of the NOD-like protein family, that is involved in inhibition of protein complexes key to critical pathways of innate immunity called NF-κB and type I interferon signaling.