HCF

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AcronymDefinition
HCFHighest Common Factor (as opposed to lowest common denominator)
HCFHaute Coiffure Francaise (French fashion)
HCFHardcore Championship Fighting (Mixed Martial Arts)
HCFHighest Common Factor
HCFHybrid Crossfire
HCFHigh Capacity Feeder
HCFHost Controlled Family
HCFHispanic College Fund
HCFHealth Care Facilities
HCFHigh Cycle Fatigue
HCFHealth Care Fraud
HCFHybrid Coordination Function
HCFHart Communication Foundation
HCFHutchinson Correctional Facility (Kansas)
HCFHamilton Community Foundation (Ohio)
HCFHigh Capacity Feeder (copiers and printers)
HCFHundred Cubic Feet
HCFHistoric Charleston Foundation (South Carolina)
HCFHome Credit Finance
HCFHospitals Contribution Fund of Australia
HCFHalt and Catch Fire (Hacker's Dictionary)
HCFHealth Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City (Kansas City, MO)
HCFHawai'i Community Foundation
HCFHost Controller Free (modems)
HCFHarbour City Ferries (Sydney, Australia)
HCFHonda Canada Foundation
HCFHost Controlled Family (Rockwell chipset modems)
HCFHalf Circle Forward (motion; gaming)
HCFHigh Cost Fund
HCFHighland Credit Strategies Fund
HCFHost Command Facility
HCFHouse Conservatives Fund (Political Action Committee)
HCFHeparin Cofactor
HCFHealthy Community Fund (various locations)
HCFHistoric Columbia Foundation (Columbia, SC)
HCFHeight Correction Factor
HCFHorizon Christian Fellowship
HCFHardcore Fan
HCFHybridoma Cloning Factor
HCFHepatitis C Foundation
HCFHarper Court Foundation
HCFHigh Carbon Ferrochrome
HCFHotline Center Foundation
HCFHot Channel Factor
HCFHook Content Formula (enumerative combinatorics of Standard Young Tableaux)
HCFHigher Cortical Function
HCFHardened Compact Fiber
HCFHardware Configuration Facility
HCFHard Copy File
HCFHost Computer Facility
HCFHuman Care Foundation (New Delhi, India)
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The Hospitals Contribution Fund of Australia Limited (HCF) was formed in 1932 and is now one of Australia's largest combined health and life organizations, providing a full range of health care benefits for more than 1 million members and life cover for over 386,000 policyholders.