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RFS

(Remote File System) A distributed file system for Unix computers introduced by AT&T in 1986 with Unix System V Release 3.0. It is similar to Sun's NFS, but only for Unix systems.
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Bond proceeds will advance refund portions of UTS's RFS series 2009D, 2012A and 2012B bonds for savings and pay issuance expenses.
In its proposal for 2014 RFS requirements, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) significantly reduced the proposed levels from those contained in the original legislation.
He received them from RFS North Wales division chairman Trevor Trevor at an RFS woodland event in Newborough Forest, Anglesey Alun's tutor Emyr Parry said: "Alun has performed very well at Glynllifon.
The customer is always at the center of our innovations," said Jay Martin, president, RFS Broadcast Systems.
RFS offers fuel pump calibration, adjustment and legal verification, as well as forecourt audit and compliance services.
In his new role, El-Nahhas will leverage his knowledge of Middle East markets to develop closer ties with RFS customers.
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 established the RFS program--and included amendments to the Clean Air Act to set strict criteria for RFS-related waivers.
The RFS W4A features precision beam-pattern tailoring which is achieved through applying phase and amplitude modulation to each element and can be altered to suit changing subscriber traffic and interference sources.
IRFA said the bill seeks a 10-percent RFS by 2008, a 15-percent RFS by 2010, a 20-percent RFS by 2012 and a 25-percent RFS by 2015.
The RFS provides product consistency by individually weighing ingredients and correctly interpreting recipes in all ready meals.
With this deliberation in mind, we are writing to caution against any legislative changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard policy, and ask your support in urging the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) not to grant any waiver of RFS requirements.