APFU

AcronymDefinition
APFUAnimal Pathology Field Unit (research)
APFUAtoms Per Formula Unit
APFUArmy Physical Fitness Uniform (US Army)
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Compared to Li-micas from slightly greisenized topaz-albite granites, the Li-micas from greisenized and argillized granites are enriched in Li (0.83-1.12 apfu) and F (4.82-5.95 apfu) (Fig.
The organisation, called the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU), was set up in 2001 to investigate after sheep and cattle were discovered dead with strange, surgical-style injuries.
APFU founder Phil Hoyle, 53, reported seeing two bright red spheres speeding along the valley floor and claimed many farmers subsequently discovered mysterious mutilations on their sheep.
Point 1 Point 2 [SiO.sub.2] 29.50 29.03 CaO 41.26 40.54 MnO 17.02 18.05 Total 87.78 87.62 Si apfu 1.00 0.99 Ca apfu 1.51 1.49 Mn 0.49 0.52 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
During his dialogue with Luisita farmers, Mariano said he was reviewing his predecessor's decision to disqualify 111 farm worker-beneficiaries (FWBs) for refusing to sign a document called the application to purchase and farmers' undertaking (Apfu).
For ottensite from Qinglong, with K+Na = 2.69 to 3.09 apfu, the x value is close to 0.
The DAR said the 125 farmworkers were disqualified for their failure to sign and swear to the required application to purchase and farmer's undertaking (Apfu), a document containing a list of the obligations of beneficiaries, including paying amortization, under the law.