DAFFE

AcronymDefinition
DAFFEDirectorate for Financial, Fiscal and Enterprise Affairs (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development)
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for I told him that the pin was loose, and yet he must needs gainsay me, like the foolish daffe that he is."
CEO Amadou Daffe is steadfast in his commitment to Africa's tech revolution and has implemented a business model to follow suit.
This, argues Daffe, is important for combating the brain drain and ensuring tech talent is happy to stay in Africa and contribute to the local economy instead of looking for work in Europe or North America.
Balla Moussa Daffe's CV is on the Senegalese Academy of Science and Technology website, <http://www.asts.sn/asts/membre/cvasts/baladaffe>, dated 2004, accessed 2 November 2011.
It is unspeakably painful what happened here in Guinea," Aissata Daffe of the Union des Forces Republicaines political party told IRIN.
The 22 chapters compiled by Daffe (molecular mechanisms of mycobacterial infections, Institut de Pharmacologie et de Biologie Structurale du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, and Universite Paul Sabatier, France) and Reyrat (medicine, Universite Paris Descartes, France) cover common and specific features, and are written by an international group of contributors working in biology, infectious diseases, biosciences, microbiology and immunology, and other fields.
I would also like to make you aware of the newly formed group Disabled Americans for Federal Forest Enjoyment (DAFFE), which is dealing with the same issues.
(1993),Government Securities and Debt Management in the 1990s, OECD, Financial Affairs Division, DAFFE, Paris.
"International Trade in Professional Business Services in OECD Countries: The Economic Dimension." OECD/ DAFFE, October.
(8.) Constant P, Perez E, Malaga W, Landelle MA, Saurel O, Daffe M, et al.
Dastard, thou daffes, that with such divilrie mels.