AFY

AcronymDefinition
AFYAcre-Feet Per Year (engineering)
AFYAdult Friends for Youth (est. 1985)
AFYAll for You (band)
AFYAlternatives for Youth
AFYAdditional First Year (property depreciation)
AFYAs For You
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In contrast, no AIVs were detected in 524 AFY birds sampled during the breeding season.
Outside the breeding season, AIV prevalence was much lower, and no H13 or H16 viruses were isolated; AIV were exclusively isolated from AFY birds and were typed as H1N3, H7N1, and H11N9 (Figure 1, Table 1).
There was no statistically significant difference in the seropositivity of AFY gulls sampled during (40/101 [39.
Reuse of municipal wastewater, at a cost of $1,500 to $1,800 could yield over 900,000 AFY.
Importing arctic icebergs to Southern California could cost between $2,700 and $3,400 to increase supplies by 600,000 AFY.
Piping water to Colorado from the Missouri or Mississippi rivers could cost $1,700 to $2,300 and yield 600,000 AFY.
Because AFY includes elementary-age children to yield its low Netherlands rates, it understates the actual data by about 50 percent, the consortium concluded.
In addition, AFY distorts reality by not discussing other factors that may have accounted for Europe's reportedly low rates.
Not surprisingly, AFY does not include these factors in its "scientific" research because they defy its agenda in the United States.
According to Frank Andrusko, AFY's new president and CEO and former president of Amoco Fabrics and Fibers, the move to a standalone company will allow AFY to invest in and grow its business in response to market demand.