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CDF

Common Data Format. A library and toolkit for multi-dimensional data sets.

CDF

(1) (Central Distribution Frame) A connecting unit (typically a hub) that acts as a central distribution point to all the nodes in a zone or domain. See MDF.

(2) (Channel Definition Format) The XML file format used in Microsoft's earlier push technology. See Active Channel.
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A covering page explained that the CDF found in this work by Dupuis "serious errors or doctrinal ambiguities on doctrines of divine and Catholic faith concerning revelation, soteriology [teaching on salvation], Christology and the Trinity" The page ended by naming several "dangerous affirmations" that "cannot be safely taught," such as the application of "Mother" to the first person of the Trinity.
Le CDF s'interesse en premier lieu a aider les jeunes talentueux et les troupes qui veulent montrer leurs experiences au public en leur offrant une scene et une publication.
As originators of the first CDF curriculum, both employed at Oakland University (OU) in Michigan, and having only a nodding acquaintance, we found that our collaboration meshed needed skills for the endeavor.
Specific concerns cited by the CDF include the content of speeches at annual LCWR assemblies and of written materials, as well as the prevalence of "radical feminist themes" in LCWR-sponsored programs.
Sonic Foundry said that following several attempts to develop an in-house solution for recording presentations, the CDF selected Mediasite for its automated webcasting platform and content management system.
"CDF could be used to embed interactive data sets in digital textbooks, scientific papers, business presentations and other electronic formats," Wolfram said.
We can exclude something like what CDF observed to a relatively high probability," he added.
CDF chief executive, Alison Seabrooke, said: "Throughout our 43-year history, we have operated as a charity and a public body.
Compared to exogenous institution-based micro-loan programs, a revolving CDF is expected to incur less transaction cost, build up capacity for the local communities, and most importantly, to leave the benefits to the local communities rather than to the external institutions, particularly to the poor in these communities.
This study examined whether "Children's Defense Fund (CDF) Freedom Schools"[R] improve students' reading assessment scores.
1 Rowan Axe (Cdf, M17) 16:50; 2 Jonathan Hopkins (B'end, M17) 16:51; 3 Dafydd Jones (A'dare, M17) 17:48; 4 Tom Whitmarsh-Knight (Cdf, M17) 18:04; 5 Daniel Hiscox (A'dare, M17) 18:07; 6 Daniel Bodman (A'dare, M17) 18:12; 7 Vincent Jones (Cdf, M20) 18:22; 8 Craig Hudson (Cdf, M20) 18:45; 9 Craig Sprod (A'dare, M17) 18:49; 10 Marcus James (Cdf, M17) 19:22; 11 M Hooper (Cdf, M17) 20:45; 12 K Garrison (Cdf, M17) 23:17.