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CERFCentral Emergency Response Fund
CERFCanine Eye Registration Foundation
CERFComputer and Electronics Romanian Fair
CERFCollège des Enseignants en Radiologie de France (French Council of the Teachers of Radiology)
CERFCraft Emergency Relief Fund (helps artists in trouble)
CERFCivil Engineering Research Foundation
CERFCentral Emergency Revolving Fund (United Nations)
CERFCounty Employees' Retirement Fund (Missouri)
CERFCambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (United Kingdom)
CERFCoastal Ecosystems Research Foundation (Canada)
CERFComplementary Error Function
CERFCollaborative Electronic Research Framework (content management system)
CERFCalifornia Equine Retirement Foundation, Inc.
CERFConstructed Ecosystems Research Facility
CERFCentre d'Essais, de Recherche et de Formation
CERFCurriculum and Education Resource Finder
CERFCincinnati Education Research Fiberloop
CERFCommander Emergency Recovery Force
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As the EU starts encouraging small and medium-sized enterprises to deliver more internet-based services to customers, it needs to ensure these companies are able to extend their business to other parts of the world as well, Cerf said.
Unable to come to an agreement with Houghton Mifflin, Cerf and Klopfer turned to Alfred Knopf, who had been Cather's publisher since 1920.
Dr Cerf will also deliver a keynote speech to the Global Forum in the afternoon which will lead on to the Scotsoft Awards being held at the National Museum of Scotland later the same evening.
"The natural reaction of any institution that wants to preserve its existence is to reach out for new territory," Cerf said of the ITU.
Cerf is the owner of the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum which houses more than 50 restored classic automobiles.
LARCHET, J.-C., Personne et nature, Paris: Les Editions du Cerf, 2011, 403 pp., 14,5 x 23,5, ISBN 978-2-204-09623-2.
One of the fathers of the Internet who worked at DARPA back in the 1970s, Cerf has been working on this concept since 1998.
The CERF project is using subzero temperatures to make cryogenically cooled, low-noise amplifiers and tunable filters to enhance radio performance and signal reception.
"The patient will see Bush, but they're supposed to be thinking about Clinton," said Dr Cerf. "So they shut off Bush and make other information appear.
The OCHA delegation was examining in May whether aid money contributed by the CERF has been used appropriately, and Amos said her office was ''reassured'' that it was being spent effectively.