COLFCatholic Organization for Life and Family (Canada)
COLFCity of London Festival (UK)
COLFCommunity of Learners Foundation (Philippines)
COLFCessation of Life Functions
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During his transition from the Barangay Day Care Center to COLF's kindergarten class, his parents' anxiety was rising as the family did their back-to-school shopping.
COLF then donated a second bench, which was more recently installed at the Philippine High School for the Arts, and Shamaine is getting more requests from different schools.
Feny de los Angeles, COLF director and former research and curriculum director of the Philippine Children's Television Foundation which produced Batibot, said the TV show had been a "playmate" and learning partner of generations of Filipino children for nearly two decades.
Despite having arrived in Italy as a privileged immigrant, (27) de Caldas Brito was one of the first writers to give a voice to colf and badanti (Mauceri and Negro, Nuovo immaginario italiano 128) in her short stories "Ana de Jesus," "Cara Jandira," and "Chi." In "Ana de Jesus," originally written in 1995, de Caldas Brito addresses the nostalgia of Ana for her country of origin and the difficulties of communication between Ana and her Italian mistress.
In the COLF booklet, Peter Jon Mitchell of the Institute for Marriage and Family Canada is quoted as saying: "Ongoing research suggests that the context and family environment can either cause aggressive behaviour, or protect against the effects of bullying" depending on whether the children are raised in a cold, loveless environment, lacking supervision, or the children are raised in a warm environment with proper supervision.
It was aimed at a specific class of workers--the "colf e badanti," housemaids and caregivers who provide assistance to elderly people--and excluded all other migrant workers.
Colf is a veteran in the auto aftermarket industry with more than a decade's worth of sales and marketing experience.
Looking at Avercamp's work, one surmises--perhaps erroneously--that winter was a very gezellig time of year during the 17th century, that men and women, young and old, rich and poor, all took gamely to the ice in order to skate, sled, fish, play 'colf' (a precursor to hockey), toss snowballs, or simply enjoy the company of neighbours.
Solving the riddle with the expertise of Africa big game trackers, Scott Cummings and Mike Colf returned to the truck and put the hook on Dillon, their cold-nosed walker.
Brookings' David Wiggins shot a 79 on Tuesday to finish with a two-day total of 158 to win the individual title at Diamond Woods Colf Course by one stroke over teammate Chad Patton.
In addition, he served as Chicago Society Technical Committee Co-Chairman, and has been a member of the Technical, Manufacturing/SYMPCO, Education, and Colf Committees.
COLF'S forgotten man Lee Westwood, a shadow of his former self in the past three years, continued his rehabilitation at Oak Hill by carding a three-over-par 73.