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3FF

(third Form Factor) The Micro SIM Card. See SIM card.
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The "sect" holds authority as a collective; the "denomination" transfers it to the believer (3ff).
The London-based Three Faiths Forum (3FF), for example, builds bridges between Jews, Christians and Muslims, as well as atheists and those belonging to non-Abrahamic faiths, through regular events and mentoring programs.
(23.) Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), 3ff.
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(4) See also Svenbro 3ff. The sources in note 9 also discuss the importance of identification in epigraphy.
Julian of Norwich, Revelations of Divine Love (New York: Penguin Classics, 1999), 3ff.
Teaching and Teacher Education (Division K Newsletter), 3ff.
Parks, MA Dance 9797 W Colfax, 3ff, Lakewood CO 80215 (303) 234-9352; academyofclassicalballet.com
Skouris, "Community Law in Greek Legislation and Case Law: Basic Problematics," in Revue Hellenique de Droit Europeen 5: 3ff; Kr.
For an interesting elaboration of these conceptual insights, see Adekanye, J B, "The Military as a Problem in Comparative Political Analysis", Nigerian Journal of International Affairs, Vol 18, No 1, 1992, pp 3ff.
Silva Aramburu, Jose Enciclopedia taurina: 3ff edn.