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pfa

Abbr. for British term pulverised-fuel ash.
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Furthermore, the PFA chief added, the authority's teams would collect samples according to the standard operating procedure (SOP) if any company did not contact the authority.
The only progress made by PFA since its inception is the cooking caps being worn by staffers of the certain restaurants which were not in practice before PFA.
Usman said that PFA is taking indiscriminate action against the illicit practice of fake beverages in food industry.
Samiullah Chaudhry said he would request the Punjab government to form the PFA Governance Body and discussed the financial issue of the authority in the line of the completion of the ongoing projects.
Moreover, Dijk won the PFA Player of the Month in November.
Earlier, the Punjab Food Authority (PFA), in a large-scale operation headed by Director General Captain (r) Mohammad Usman, had seized 35, 000-kilogram spoiled spices and 1,000 kilograms spoiled fruit preserves in Lahore.
I'm of read "This is a big moment for players, as this is the first time to the best of my knowledge that somebody on the inside of the PFA has come out and called for reform.
The structures in the area of the PFA 1.3a include the motorway-parallel, above-ground course of the new railway line (NBS) on the Fildern to the Gemarkungsgrenze of the city Stuttgart as well as the connection of the station NBS with the airport tunnel.
According to PFA Director General (DG) Noorul Amin Mengal, the chemical has been used on 3,400kg of mangoes, 2,100kg of apples and 2,400kg of pears and peaches - all of them have been disposed of.
The test rig shown in Figure 1 was developed to determine the properties of the PTFE and PFA composite seals.
According to the PFA Additional Director General Rafiya Haider, during the raid at the site, PFA recovered as much as 2400kgs of animal fats and offals and tins of different brands of Ghee and cooking oil.