CFB

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AcronymDefinition
CFBCompact Fluorescent Bulb
CFBCanadian Forces Base
CFBCipher Feedback
CFBCirculating Fluidized Bed
CFBCollege Football Betting
CFBCounty Farm Bureau (various locations)
CFBCommission for the Blind (various locations)
CFBCall Forwarding Busy
CFBCrash Free Bios
CFBConfiguration File Binary
CFBComposite Fractal Behavior (financial market indicator)
CFBCeramic Fiber Blanket
CFBCall-Forward Busy
CFBCommunauté Française de Belgique (French: French Community of Belgium)
CFBCollegiate Farm Bureau (various schools)
CFBCenter for Bioinformatics (various locations)
CFBCoated Front and Back (paper)
CFBConselho Federal de Biblioteconomia (Brazil)
CFBCash Flow Budget (finance)
CFBCoalition for Bulgaria
CFBCenter for Future Banking (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
CFBCentrale Féline Belge (French; Belgian feline club)
CFBConfused Flour Beetle (insect)
CFBCentre de Formation du Bâtiment (French: Building Training Center)
CFBColor Frame Buffer
CFBConfigurable Function Block
CFBCanadian Foodgrains Bank
CFBClube de Futebol os Belenenses (Portuguese soccer team)
CFBBlack Dogfish (FAO fish species code)
CFBChekiang First Bank
CFBContention Free Burst
CFBCenter for Bioethics (Columbia University)
CFBCorrugated Fiber Board
CFBCrédit Finance Bretagne (French: Brittany Credit Finance; Brittany, France)
CFBCentral Florida Box Corp.
CFBCenter Fullback (soccer)
CFBChemin de Fer du Beaujolais (French railway network)
CFBCentre de Formation du Bois (French: Wood Training Center; Belgium)
CFBCarrier Fuse Bay (telecommunications)
CFBCorrelation Feedback
CFBContinuing Formation Board (Lasallian term)
CFBCops and Firefighters in Business Inc. (Weston, FL)
CFBCentre de Formation Blanchard (French training center)
CFBCedar Falls Band (Cedar Falls, IA)
CFBCentre de Formation du Boulonnais (French training center)
CFBCentre Forez Basket (French basketball club)
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The black dogfish grows to around 3ft and dwells in deep water, particularly around Northern Ireland.
For example, the monkfish, Lophius americanus, fishery off the northeastern United States has ventured to depths of 700 m or more and can frequently capture black dogfish, Centroscyllium fabricii, and various lanternsharks, Etmopterus spp.
Fishing Black dogfish are taken as bycatch in deepwater trawl and longline fisheries.