SCFT

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AcronymDefinition
SCFTSelf-Consistent Field Theory (polymers)
SCFTState Center Federation of Teachers (est. 1964; California)
SCFTSmallholder Coffee Farmers Trust (various locations)
SCFTSuitable Case for Treatment (band)
SCFTSouthampton Community Family Trust (UK)
SCFTSuper Cooling Function Technology (computer system cooling)
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Vanessa Redgrave won the best actress award at the Cannes Film Festival for her role in Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment.
I am carrying several painful mementos from a sporting life and the lady is right - I am a suitable case for treatment.
Redgrave, the daughter of actors Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, first received critical acclaim for her stellar performance in Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment.
Scotland - A Suitable Case for Treatment, was written by the former First Minister along with commentator Tom Brown, with a contributing chapter from Ms Ellis - a founder of the psychological profiling company PeopleMaps.
Scotland - A Suitable Case For Treatment was written by McLeish and commentator Tom Brown.
Other sports have been revolutionised with the aid of blanket sponsorship deals, and racing is another suitable case for treatment.
He candidly says he did a "lot of rubbish" in the States, but his many movie credits include Titanic, Straw Dogs, Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment, The Omen, Planet of the Apes, The League of Gentlemen: Apocalypse, Time Bandits and The Seagull while his recent television work ranges from The Hogfather to Hornblower.
It takes green hay from good meadows and spreads it and its seeds on land which soil tests have shown is a suitable case for treatment.
This newspaper believes that after its foundation 60 years ago the NHS is certainly a suitable case for treatment.
A good book on the work of Eero Saarinen is overdue, and while the appetite for mid-century Modernism seems insatiable, this prolific Americanised son of a Nordic master has not, until recently, been considered a suitable case for treatment.
Craig's already a suitable case for treatment when he starts turning the Dean home into an archaeological site.
It could be that I'm simply a suitable case for treatment, but I refuse to accept that the basic rules of pantomime should be tampered with to its detriment.