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NFNuclear Factor
NFNewfoundland
NFNorfolk Island
NFNiagara Falls (NY/Canada border)
NFNational Forest
NFNoise Figure
NFNursing Facility
NFNon-Fiction
NFNavy Field (video game)
NFNational Front (GB political party)
NFNo Fear (clothing brand)
NFNear Fine (condition of used merchandise)
NFNeurofibromatosis
NFNo Fault (insurance)
NFNational Formulary
NFNot Fair
NFNew Frontier (Star Trek novel series)
NFNanofiltration
NFNormal Form
NFNew Front (Suriname)
NFNutrition Facts
NFNew Face
NFNear-Field
NFNuclear Fuel
NFNear Field
NFNecrotizing Fasciitis
NFNight Fighter (Aircraft)
NFNo Force (Star Wars)
NFNot Funny
NFNeurofibromatosis, Inc.
NFNeurofibromin
NFNoise Factor
NFNanofarad
NFNetFinity (IBM server model)
NFNoise Filter
NFNatural Frequency
NFNorme Française (French Standard)
NFNotch Filter
NFNational Forum
NFNuestra Familia (Our Family, prison gang)
NFNet Force (Tom Clancy novel series)
NFNational Fine (threading)
NFNanofiber
NFNumber of Failures
NFNear-Far (resistance)
NFNon-Factor
NFNOFORN
NFNaegleria Fowleri (amoeba)
NFNo Food
NFNeutral File
NFNeutron Flux
NFNational Fine (screw thread, Society of Automotive Engineers)
NFNo Funds
NFNorthumberland Fusiliers (British Army)
NFNormalizing Factor
NFNormal Functionality
NFNatural Fluorescence
NFNiteFinder (Nerf gun; Hasbro)
NFNose Fairing
NFNew Frontiers Program
NFNo Figure
NFNuclear Furnace
NFNowa Fantastyka (Polish)
NFNight Foreman
NFNordlands Framtid
NFNintendo Forum
NFNested Factorization (mathematics)
NFAir Vanuatu Limited (IATA airline code)
NFNegative Furnished
NFNordfinans
NFNut Free (food)
NFNasty Factor (baseball)
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It awards a fiction or non-fiction book that promotes peace, tolerance, and international understanding, written by a Pakistani or a Pakistani-origin foreign national, or any foreign national residing in Pakistan.
Making a Murderer (Season One) Outstanding Documentary or Non-fiction Series WON
The author insists on the contribution of non-fiction films to the articulation of objectivity and subjectivity, especially when referring to representations of the city, using the terms "city-referent" and "city-character" to typify this ambiguity.
In her non-fiction piece she recalled the day she received a surprise, four-legged birthday present.
And although his work primarily emphasises the issues of telling true stories in the realm of journalism, both print and online, it also explores the more creative sector with examples such as Truman Capote's non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood (1966)--an equally controversial work in its storytelling and investigation.
I only chose those two sub-genres you mention because, as a teacher, I have found it easier to get young people started on non-fiction when they believe, rightly, that there is a possibility that the books concerned will have a bearing on their future.
The documentary, which paints a captivating and moving chronicle of Egypt's protests since the 25 January Revolution, had been nominated for a fourth award, "Outstanding Documentary or Non-fiction Special", but missed out to PBS' JFK (American Experience).
This makes it No4 in the overall book charts, which cover non-fiction and fiction categories.
Warwick Words will be a mix of stories, non-fiction and poetry written by children and adults in the town and is being published to mark the tenth Warwick Words Festival.
Big-name celebrity books failed to inspire consumers after Waterstone's blamed poor non-fiction demand for a drop in sales.
But the books, mostly non-fiction covering subjects from art to sport to history, were said to have been thrown away because they were out of date, dirty or damaged.