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PFC

(organic chemistry)
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RNs' views on the quality of care in PFC Change in quality of care
With his skills and knowledge, PFC Professional Football Coaching has a very bright future."
Despite taking place during a time of international upheaval, the PFC's shoestring budget eventually ran dry.
(19.) Vasconcelos PFC, Luna EJ, Galler R, Silva LJ, Coimbra TL, Barros VLRS, et al.
Alliance is currently the only company that has advanced a synthetic PFC emulsion-based oxygen therapeutic into late-stage multi-center international clinical trials in both Europe and North America.
The FAA Record of Decision indirectly allowed O'Hare's PFC program to fund a significant capital improvement on a pay-as-you-go basis while at the same time funding the debt service for the $250 million of PFC bonds.
Much more than you might imagine, the study suggests, because the substitution results in significantly reduced net PFC and C[O.sub.2]-equivalent emissions.
PFC is demanding that supermarkets certify and label their products "free of synthetic BGH"--although that is not required by FDA.
Physicians indicate that units experimenting with PFC meet their needs about half again more frequently than do traditional units.
Under the proposed "unified" anti-deferral scheme, a passive foreign corporation (PFC) will still include a U.S.
Pfc. Thomason was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
LAHORE -- A delegation of Saudi businessmen has expressed keen interest in Pakistan's handmade traditional furniture and has underlined the need for enhancing collaboration with the Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC) to promote furniture business between the two countries.