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AFL:

see American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial OrganizationsAmerican Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
(AFL-CIO), a federation of autonomous labor unions in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Panama, and U.S.
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Matt Kossatz, VP APAC, Australia, Accedo, added: "As Australia's leading provider of sports content, this move [by Fox Sports] to bring AFL to an international audience is extremely interesting for fans across the globe.
AFL will continue operations in AFC's existing facilities, including Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Auckland and Hong Kong.
After his one-day interview with ASADA in April, he was never summoned again and the report was forwarded to the AFL on Aug 2.
Tadhg's an opportunity for the AFL to mend a few bridges, so it doesn't look like they're raiding the place all the time,'' he said.
This transaction provides AFL with an opportunity to offer its customers an enhanced level of service, new service offerings and the adoption of global best practices in its core businesses of air express delivery and ground distribution.
If such a coercive debt exchange is initiated, AFL will be downgraded to RD, the rater said.
Anderson said: "The AFL does not condone any behaviour which shows a lack of respect towards women.
Mr Demetriou said, 'The AFL will be the first sporting league in Australia to reduce its carbon footprint to zero.
He said: "It is not going to stop AFL clubs from recruiting young Irishmen, as that's where they will be spotted and approached thereafter, as in my case.
Some on Madison Avenue like Howard Nass, head of Nash-Hitzig Media and former senior VP of TN Media, say that AFL games "are cheap filler programming on NBC to make up for the loss of the NBA.
Both of these industries experienced an organizational evolution from the IWW to the AFL in the early decades of the century.