NAFU

AcronymDefinition
NAFUNational African Farmers Union (South Africa)
NAFUNaturwissenschaftliches Forschungs- und Untersuchungslaboratorium (Germany)
NAFUNative File Access for UNIX
NAFUNorth American Football Union
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She was elected as NAFU representative on the PC responsible for the allocation of the Botshabelo farms, and in this capacity, since she was herself an applicant for land, was 'grilled a bit' by other members of the PC, to ensure -- as the SANCO representative explained -- that 'she did not enjoy any special benefits as a member of the PC'.
Libya will in turn host The NAFU under 19 Tournament next December 20-30 with attendance of the teams of Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and host country Libya.
Mohamed Raouraoua voiced high consideration to President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali for the particular interest he grants to the youth and sports sectors, as well as for his support to the North African Football Union, hailing the fact that NAFU is based in Tunis and that these headquarters offer the best working conditions.
Tunisia's support to NAFU, he said, contributes efficiently to improve the level of national contests and prepares clubs of the region for continental and international events, in addition to the interest taken in youth categories.
160) The muhtar's records supplement the records maintained in the Nafus Office, or central registry, which is located in the hometown of every Turkish national father.
That hasn't stopped Carol Nafus from plunging headlong into the fray as an advocate for her four children, who attend Lanai's only public school.
On December 29, 2007, Peter Kalan, CSG's executive vice president of business and corporate development, replaced Ed Nafus as chief executive officer and president of the company, due to Mr.
Moving outside academic research and into industry, Nafus and Anderson (2009) write about the changing practice of ethnography as they experienced it working for the leading technology company, Intel (see also Drazin, 2012).
polytes is an abundant butterfly on Guam and the caterpillars are quite harmless (Schreiner & Nafus 1997).
PeaceHealth Grants Manager Virginia Nafus of Emerald Valley Development Professionals will lead the workshop.
CSG veteran Peter Kalan, executive vice president, corporate & business development, has been named to succeed Nafus as president and chief executive officer.