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AcronymDefinition
AFIAmerican Film Institute
AFIAwaiting Further Instructions
AFIA Fire Inside (band)
AFIAir Force Instruction
AFIAustralian Film Institute
AFIAlianza Para la Familia Integral (Spanish: Alliance for the Integral Family)
AFIAgencia Federal de Investigacion (Mexico)
AFIAkademi Fantasi Indosiar (Indonesian reality TV)
AFIAgencia Federal de Investigación (Spanish)
AFIAir France Industries
AFIAgence Française Informatique (French: French Information Agency)
AFIAir Force of India
AFIAddress Family Identifier
AFIArmed Forces Insurance
AFIAmniotic Fluid Index
AFIAssets for Independence (Washington, DC)
AFIAuthority and Format Identifier
AFIAmerican Fiberbodies International
AFIAmerican Fitness Index
AFIArla Foods Ingredients
AFIAmerican Family Insurance
AFIAdjusted for Inflation
AFIA Friend Indeed
AFIAsking for It (gaming clan)
AFIAsking for It (band)
AFIAir Force Installation
AFIAssociation of Food Industries (Neptune, New Jersey)
AFIAdult Film Industry
AFIArt Fairs International
AFIAnnée Francophone Internationale (French: International Francophone Year)
AFIApplication Family Identifier
AFIApplied Finance and Investment (graduate studies)
AFIAlternative Financial Institution
AFIAlfabeto Fonético Internacional (International Phonetic Association)
AFIAquarium Fish International (monthly magazine)
AFIAvailable For Inspection
AFIApproved Financial Institution
AFIAdvanced Flight Instructor (aviation)
AFIAuthority and Format Indicator
AFIArea for Improvement
AFIAuthority & Format Identifier
AFIAccountancy, Finance & Insurance
AFIAmerican Football in Israel
AFIAssociazione Farmaceutici dell'Industria
AFIAccredited Financial Institution
AFIAmerican Firearms Industry
AFIAquatic Fitness Instructor
AFIAustralian Foundry Institute
AFIAuthority Frame Identifier
AFIAsociación Fonética Internacional
AFIAruba Florin (currency)
AFIAnthems for Insubordinates (band)
AFIAh, Forget It (polite form)
AFIAllied Forces Italy
AFIAlan Franken, Inc.
AFIAmerican Forest Institute
AFIAbstract Functional Interface
AFIAir Filter Institute
AFIAir Forces Iceland
AFIAustralian Financial Institution (classification; Income Tax Assessment Act of 1936; Australia)
AFIAppleTalk Filing Interface
AFIAffinity Index (advertising)
AFIAutomatic Fault Isolation
AFIAlways False Instruction (programmable logic controllers)
AFIAl-Risala Forum International
AFIAfrican Indian Ocean Geographic Region
AFIAfter Flight Inspection
AFIApostles Fellowship International (Christian organization)
AFIAdvantest Finance, Inc. (Japan)
AFIAnglicans Friends of Israel
AFIAdvanced Financial Integrator
AFIAmerican Fidelity, Inc.
AFIAfrica Flight Information (region)
AFIAffordable Fuel Injection (Elsie, MI)
AFIAsahi Fiber Industry (est. 1949; Japan)
AFIAir-to-Fuel Influence
AFIAmerican Forces Italy
AFIAverage Failure Intensity
AFIAircraft Friction Index (braking)
AFIAthens Furniture Industries, Inc (Athens, Tennessee)
AFIAdviser Fund Index (UK)
AFIApplied Futures Inc.
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9 percent for the period, adjusted for inflation it actually dropped 2.
This maximum amount also is reduced dollar-for-dollar by the amount of qualified property eligible for this election that is placed in service during the tax year which exceeds $400,000, adjusted for inflation.
Economic analyses have found that, when adjusted for inflation, day care costs have remained constant over the past two decades.
If an employee's pension is not adjusted for inflation - and most are not - a $20,000 pension today will only be worth $10,772 in 10 years, assuming a 6% annual inflation rate.
Business capital spending, adjusted for inflation, appeared to have turned up after a decline in the fourth quarter.
First, eliminate the subsidy for the most expensive homes and vacation villas by limiting mortgage interest deductions to $12,000 per single return or $20,000 per joint return, adjusted for inflation.
Even adjusted for inflation, that's twice as large as the Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe after World War II.
Percentages in this article are adjusted for inflation.
6% rates have been adjusted for inflation for the first time.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, on average, students who graduated in the 2003-2004 school year had more than $19,000 in debt, adjusted for inflation, in comparison to about $12,000 for students who graduated in the 1992-1993 school year.
That's still about 14 percent under the prior peak of $2,115, adjusted for inflation, in April 1989.
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