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IFF

IFF

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IFF

(2)
Identify friend or foe (radar).

iff

(mathematics, logic)
if and only if, i.e. necessary and sufficient. For example, two figures are congruent iff one can be placed over the other so that they coincide.
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IFF transponders enhance the ability to differentiate between friendly forces and enemy forces in real time.
IFF is a perfect addition to an environment that harnesses such a unique sense of collaboration and creation.
In use since the Second World War, the IFF systems used by aircraft and ground-based air defence installations responsible for protecting airspace, work using a relatively simple principle: A radio signal is transmitted from the ground or from another aircraft which is received by an aircraft's IFF system.
Plans are currently underway for the first consumer product from IFF and Vapor in the first half of 2016.
As a mission-driven lender, real estate consultant, and developer, IFF helps communities thrive by creating opportunities through optimal financing tools and essential expertise.
Following the deal, Aromor will be integrated into the fragrances ingredients arm of IFF.
Iff card holders can receive a variety of special discounts including a 15% discount at Mimosa as well as discount on guided tours at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay, which gives an insight into what goes on backstage at this popular attraction.
A member of the S&P 500 Index, IFF has more than 5,700 employees working in 32 countries worldwide.
However, shortly before the District Court issued its decision, IFF sought permission from the court to add cross-claims against Dammann for breach of express warranty, breach of implied warranty, and product liability.
Indeed, IFF invests significantly in R&D and spends about 8-9% of its total sales level in R&D initiatives.
In November 2004, IFF opened its new state-of-the-art Culinary Center, the North American center for its CulinEssence program.
The proposed rule amends the GSAR to, among other things: (1) allow the GSA to unilaterally change the percentage rate of the IFF in multiple-award-scheduled (MAS) contracts; and (2) combine GSAR [section][section] 552.