DULF

AcronymDefinition
DULFDiplôme Universitaire de Langue Française (French: University Diploma in French Language; various universities)
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Raluca Maria Parlog, Dan Cristian Vodnar, Francisc Vasile Dulf, Loredana Leopold, Carmen Socaciu, "HPLC- PDA and UV-VIS Spectrometry Analysis used to Fingerprint Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries Comparatively with Leaves and Seeds Extracts", Bulletin UASVM Agriculture, 66(2): 409-414 (2009)
New York: Haskell House, 1968), 194-199, where he claims that "of books printed in England before 1530 more than ten per cent, are only known [from fragments rescued from bindings]"; Dulf, Early Printed Books, 196.
Stovall mentions other Afro-Americans, such as bandleader George Dulf of the 370th Infantry and the soprano singer Anita Brown.