CRFA

AcronymDefinition
CRFACentre Régional de Formation a l'Animation (French: Regional Center for Training in Animation)
CRFACanadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association
CRFACanadian Renewable Fuels Association
CRFACancer Research Foundation of America
CRFACertified Retirement Financial Advisor
CRFACentre de Réadaptation Fonctionnelle pour Adultes (French: Functional Rehabilitation Center for Adults)
CRFACommon Risk Factor Approach
CRFACritical Request for Action
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"The creation of the CRFA represents a significant advance in the assessment of fragility, which is a reality that it is not always easy to pin down or discern.
Aunque NSR-10 permite el uso de CRFA, no se indican ecuaciones para estimar las propiedades mecanicas del CRFA.
Garth Whyte, president and chief executive of the CRFA said: "When we heard Graham Tinsley was available, we could not pass up this tremendous opportunity to feature a chef of his experience at our marquee event."
However, that of the CRFA, SRFA, and RHMA mixtures is significantly decreased as the storage time is increased.
(18) Several recent estimates suggest costs of approximately $150-220 per menu item for nutritional analysis: Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association, Nutrition Information for Foods Sold in Restaurants and Foodservice Establishments: A User's Guide to Implementing the CRFA Voluntary Guidelines for Providing Nutrition Information to Consumers (2007), online: CRFA <http://www.crfa.ca> at 5; Margo G Wootan & Melissa Osborn, "Availability of Nutrition Information from Chain Restaurants in the United States" (2006) 30 American Journal of Preventative Medicine 266 at 267.
Dyer, CRFA, LUTCF, is CEO of Master Mentors LLC, an agent mentoring firm in Bangor, Me.
The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) recently announced that the results of a new poll conducted by The Strategic Counsel reveal that Canadian citizens "[overwhelmingly] support the introduction of renewable fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel into the Canadian transportation fuel supply."
Kempling is being represented by a legal team from the Canadian Religious Freedom Alliance (CRFA).
The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) reports that Canadian restaurateurs, who purchase more than $2 billion in dairy products annually, will be charged an additional $254 million per year as a result of the hike.
Zikmund, CrFA, CFE, is director of Forensic Audit at Tyco International, Inc., Princeton, N.J.
The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) praised the federal government for taking steps in the 2003 budget to build a strong ethanol industry in Canada.