MTF

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AcronymDefinition
MTFMedical Treatment Facility
MTFMilitary Treatment Facility
MTFModulation Transfer Function
MTFMonth(s) to Failure
MTFMy Tractor Forum
MTFMonitoring the Future (study/survey)
MTFMensTennisForums (website)
MTFMultiple True-False (examinations and assessments)
MTFMobile Task Force (various locations)
MTFMore than Friends
MTFMusculoskeletal Transplant Foundation
MTFMagnetic Tape File
MTFMaster Test Frame
MTFMove to Front
MTFMib Translation File
MTFMultilateral Trading Facilities
MTFMale-to-Female transsexual
MTFMicrosoft Tape Format
MTFMove to Front (coding)
MTFMagnetized Target Fusion
MTFMean Time to Failure
MTFMake Trade Fair (campaign)
MTFMore to Follow
MTFMessage Text Format
MTFMeet the Fockers (movie)
MTFManual Transmission Fluid
MTFMaintenance Test Flight
MTFMississippi Test Facility
MTFMark Taper Forum (Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, USA)
MTFMedicinsk Teknik Och Fysik (Sweden)
MTFMultiple Time Frame (trading)
MTFMtarfa (postal locality, Malta)
MTFMercury Task Force (Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers)
MTFMagnet Test Facility
MTFMarket Transition Facility (replaced new Jersey Joint Underwriters Association)
MTFMega Team Fortress (Quake 1)
MTFManitoba Tenpin Federation (Canada)
MTFMilitary Training Flight
MTFMassachusetts Taxpayer Foundation
MTFMemorandum-To-File
MTFMeet the Faith (TV show)
MTFMobile to Fixed
MTFMicrowave Test Facility
MTFMaintain the Focus
MTFMaintenance Test Facility
MTFMobile Training Facility
MTFMalawi Traditional Fisheries
MTFMessage Transfer Format
MTFModulator Transfer Function
MTFMaintenance Training Flight (US DoD)
MTFMcCormick Tribune Fellowship (Media Management Center Northwestern University; Illinois)
MTFMuskegon Temporary Facility (Michigan Department of Corrections)
MTFMatrix Test Facility
MTFMachine Tool Wire
MTFMaintenance Team Foreman
MTFMultiple Tree Forest (Windows 2000 Active Directory)
MTFMission Task Folder
MTFMechanical Timed Fuse
MTFManning Task Force (DCSPER Army)
MTFManual Test Facility
MTFMeteorological Task Force
MTFMobile Termination Function
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Recent years have seen her star in the 2004 comedy Meet the Fockers and its follow up, but the 75-yearold is rumoured to be returning to acting and has been in talks with Glee producer Ryan Murphy to join his new Netflix comedy, The Politician.
In an interview 10 years ago, Meet The Fockers star Ben said of meeting Christine: "When I met her, I pretty much thought, 'That's the person'.
2005 The dubiously titled Meet The Fockers was a big new release.
Other notable films include Straw Dogs, Little Big Man, Sleepers, Runaway Jury, Finding Neverland, I Heart Huckabees, Meet the Fockers and Stranger Than Fiction.
The star of Dodgeball and Meet the Fockers was at Flushing Meadows to watch the Scot win his third-round clash with Florian Mayer.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center event honoring Barbra Streisand included Ben Stiller's surprise intro of Bill Clinton, who said he and Stiller should get together for a Meet the Fockers screening in Chappaqua, N.
The trouble with Little Fockers is the film, third in the series after Meet The Parents and Meet The Fockers , stretches a funny idea too far.
Little Fockers picks up a few years after Meet the Fockers and now Greg (Stiller) and his wife Pam (Polo) have young twins Au a boy and a girl.
Little Fockers is the third installment of the Meet the Parents franchise, following Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers.
In the even bigger moneymaker, the 2004 Meet the Fockers, the Byrnes experience a dizzying culture clash as they get to know Greg's conspicuously Jewish parents--Bernie (Dustin Hoffman) and Roz (Barbra Streisand).
THIS thoughtful fare is not quite what you would expect from Ben Stiller, best known for knockabout comedies such as Meet The Fockers.
This essay examines the recent upsurge in overt Jewish identity in American popular culture, using the film Meet the Parents (2000) and its sequel Meet the Fockers (2004) as a case study to demonstrate how the Jewish Jew is no longer avoided and when portrayed does not fall victim to stereotyping.