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AFRAustralian Financial Review
AFRAfrican
AFRApplicable Federal Rate
AFRAlternate Frame Rendering
AFRAir Filter Regulator (various companies)
AFRAfrikaans (South African language)
AFRAir France (ICAO code)
AFRAccounting and Financial Reporting (various organizations)
AFRAir Force Reserve
AFRAnnual Financial Report
AFRAmerican Family Radio (Christian radio network)
AFRAides à Finalité Régionale (French: Regional Aid)
AFRA Football Report (est. 2009)
AFRAutomatic Fingerprint Recognition
AFRAutomatic Facial Recognition
AFRAutomatic File Replication
AFRAir Fuel Ratio
AFRAsian Formula Renault (race)
AFRArbel Fauvet Rail (French railway manufacturer; Douai, France)
AFRAir Force Regulation
AFRAnnualized Failure Rate
AFRAssociation Française des Russisants (French Russian culture association)
AFRAncient Faith Radio (Internet radio station)
AFRAmerican Financial Realty Trust
AFRAfren PLC (UK)
AFRAssociation Française pour la Réduction des Risques (French: French Association for Risk Reduction)
AFRAnnual Failure Rate
AFRAfrican Department (International Monetary Fund)
AFRAir-to-Fuel Ratio
AFRAutomatic Feature Recognition
AFRAssociation Française du Ragdoll (French: French Ragdoll Association)
AFRAllocation Formation Reclassement
AFRAlternative Fuels and Raw Materials
AFRAverage Failure Rate
AFRAdvanced Fuel Research, Inc.
AFRAvailable Financial Resources (finance)
AFRAssign Frequency for Network Reporting (US DoD)
AFRAccident Frequency Ratio
AFRAsociatia Femeilor din România (Women's Association of Romania)
AFRAway From Reactor (water storage basin)
AFRApplied for Registration
AFRAlt.fairs.renaissance (Usenet group frequented by RenFest attendees)
AFRAuthorized Firm Representative (persons responsible for managing a financial institution's access to the National Registration System)
AFRAmericans for a Free Republic (Dallas, TX)
AFRAdministrative and Fundraising expense Rate
AFRAir Force Recognition
AFRAvailable for Reassignment
AFRAutomatic Flexible Routing
AFRAudit Finding Report
AFRAccidental Fecal Release
AFRArndt-Ford-Roper
AFRAides à la Formation Recherche
AFRAsynchronous Fixed Repetition
AFRArtillery Flash Ranging
AFRAuthentication Failure Report
AFRAppropriation for RDT&E
AFRApproximate Factor Re-Normalization
AFRAdditional Funding Request
AFRAs Found Report
AFRAdvanced Fuel Reprocessing
AFRAmpoule Filling Room
AFRAcid Fractionation Recycle
AFRAverage Fuel Rate
AFRAffordable Readiness
AFRAutomated Field Report
AFRAngle Face Ring (pipe valves and fittings)
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They, and several other black African, and indeed white Afrikaans writers of the first decades of the twentieth century recount in noteworthy works the period of economic modernization, and political and social transformation.
Hes fluent in languages like French, Italian, and Macedonian, which hes spoken for thirteen years, while other languages are spoken on a more basic, conversational level.It would be insane for me to say to you that Im going to learn to speak Afrikaans on a native-speaker level.
Leaving aside for a moment the role of Afrikaans in this struggle, in many other respects this phase of Afrikaners' anti-colonial struggle displayed the same traits as most other African anti-colonial struggles.
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No problems were identified and no changes were made to the translated Afrikaans version of the P-QOL.
The reality is that English tuition has always been part of the teaching offering at Stellenbosch as an adjunct to the main Afrikaans one.
At least it was better than two weeks earlier in Brighton, where South Africa's Press conference included answers in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Sotho, Zulu and even Japanese, where a couple of their players are based.
With this background, the composer, who spent his formative years in Calvinia, Stellenbosch, Cape Town, and London, and returned to South Africa in 1946, represents a 19th-century colonial nostalgia that characterised white Afrikaans culture until well into the 20th century.
The channel is dedicated to Afrikaans soap operas, children's programmes, as well as lifestyle and entertainment news.
This collection of 20 essays, half in English and the rest in Afrikaans, examines the narrative techniques of South African writer Andre Brink, one of the leading figures of African magical realism.