, 1946-1949; American Football League, 1960-1969; World Football League, 1974-1975; and United States Football League, 1983-1987) (Staduhar, 1996; Quirk & Fort, 1997).
Reaney and AAFC
colleague, Neil Westcott, embarked on "pioneer" research to develop a technology to produce biodiesel from low grade canola.
Besides organizing that event, AAFC
is pitching in for attendees by covering the shipping costs of their product samples and other materials for their timely arrival in Havana.
wants to ensure that the 5-percent target is implemented in ways that result in the greatest possible benefit to the agriculture sector, including ownership of biofuels production facilities by agricultural producers.
Included in the appendix are uniform numbers for NFL teams that failed since 1933 and uniform numbers for defunct AAFC
Further, "At the 1993 workshop, AAFC
[Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada] acknowledged that its consultations had focused initially on gathering technical input from the scientific community and that it recognized the importance of consulting other interested individuals and organizations.
of employees Agribusiness Clients: AAFC
(projects), 2004; Agricore United, 2001; Becker Underwood (projects), 2004; Cargill Specialty Canola Oils, 2002; NK Brand Syngenta Seeds USA, 1995; Prionics (projects), 2004; Proven Seed; Schering-Plough Animal Health, 2000; Syngenta Crop Protection, 1991; Syngenta Seeds Canada, 1995; Zymetrics, 2004 ADFARM Kansas City, Mo.
The opening buffet reception sponsored by AAFC
will include a welcome by the deputy minister.
Cleveland Browns (1946-57) - The Browns won all four titles in the old AAFC
and then maintained their dominance in the NFL, winning three more championships in seven years.
Both years coincided with a challenge from a rival league - the AAFC
and the American Football League (AFL).
I signed with the Yankees before anybody knew there was such a team, but when the AAFC
merged with the NFL the next year, the Maras had their pick of eight players off that team.
That doesn't make Roy Aitken a "Paul Brown" - the legendary Browns coach of the 1950s who led Cleveland to four AAFC
titles and three NFL crowns.