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DFDistrito Federal (Spanish: Federal District)
DFData Frame
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DFDisk Free
DFDistrito Federal (Brazil)
DFDelta Force (Novalogic military combat game)
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DFDwarf Fortress (video game)
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DFDirection Finder
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DFDelay Fuse
DFDodd-Frank (finance law)
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DFDarkfall (game)
DFDong Feng (Asia automobile manofacturer)
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DFDistraction Free (web browser extension)
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DFDecision Feedback
DFDarkness Falls (Dark Age of Camelot online game)
DFDissipation Factor
DFDirt Farmer
DFDivine Forces (gaming; Runescape clan)
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DFDefence Forces (Irish Army)
DFDerek Fisher (NBA Player)
DFDavid Farrell (composer)
DFDragonfable (online game)
DFDouble Feature
DFDestination Field
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DFDigital Forensics
DFDobbs Ferry (New York)
DFDepth Finder
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DFDean of the Faculty
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DFDeep Forest (band)
DFDungeon Family (Collection of Bands)
DFDog Fight (air-to-air combat)
DFDuty Factor
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DFDrilling Fluid
DFDioxins and Furans
DFDespair Faction (website)
DFDamage Free
DFDisposition Form
DFDistricto Federal
DFDarling Fiancee
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DFDegree Fahrenheit
DFDermatofibroma (skin tumor)
DFDistribution Frame
DFDefender of the Faith
DFDeep Freezer (storage and preservation)
DFDeuterium Fluoride
DFDifference Frequency
DFDigital Fortress (book)
DFDefensive Fire
DFDistance Formula
DFDensity Factor
DFDecode and Forward
DFDistriktsidrottsförbund (Swedish Gymnastics Federation)
DFDevice Flag
DFDiamond Frame (bicycle)
DFDead Fantasy (anime)
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DFDigital Fingerprint
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DFDeblocking Filter
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DFDirect Fulfillment (contract manufacturer sends product directly to the customer)
DFDead Files
DFDelivery Facility (Canada Post)
DFDelay Fault
DFDuplex Filter
DFDark Falz (Phantasy Star Online boss, gaming)
DFDynamic Flux
DFDanske Folkedanseres (Denmark)
DFDie Famous
DFDark Friend
DFDynamo Field (automotive electronics)
DFDark Faction (video game)
DFDimensional Fact (data warehouse model)
DFDouble Feeder
DFDissociation Factor (chemistry)
DFThe Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall (computer game)
DFDuelField (online game)
DFDelay Fuze
DFDemodulation Filter
DFDrainage Frequency
DFDhammakaya Foundation
DFDroopy Flange
DFDuck Farm, Inc.
DFDysfunctional Fighters (gaming clan)
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I reluctantly admit I too enjoyed the dog fights like the milling throngs from adjoining villages.
"There are many 'underground' places in Bahrain, including Isa Town, where dog fights take place and it is a big profitable business to the people involved.
Mughal, of Unett Street, Smethwick, pleaded guilty to charges of causing the dogs to fight, being present at a dog fight, possessing a pit bull terrier and causing unnecessary suffering.
The Duke of Hamilton posed as a dog fight fanatic to gain access to the seedy underworld, where thousands of pounds change hands over bloody fights to the death.
Mohammad Bashir, who attends dog fights regularly, told Dawn that some dog owners either rub bitter tasting ointments on their dogs so other dogs would not hold their bite for long, oil so they cannot get a grip and sometimes even poison to kill rival dogs.
Anthony Joynes, RSPCA inspector for the Wirral, said he had "no doubt" organised dog fights are taking place in Merseyside, but the perpetrators are difficult to detect because they belong to "underground fraternities".
Kirklees Magistrates' Court heard that Green was caught attempting to organise a dog fight following a large surveillance operation into the practice by police and the RSPCA.
Fresh calls for a crackdown on dog fighting were made in January after disturbing photos of a dog fight, believed to have taken place in Isa Town, appeared on Instagram in January.
SICK criminals are running underground dog fights, forcing the animals to tear each other apart in the blood-soaked ring - and stapling them back together when they're finished.
Police didn't take any action initially due to 'political influence' and after 1pm when the maximum dog fights concluded, they stopped the event.
"Despite it being banned almost 200 years ago, a report commissioned by the League last year found there could be one dog fight taking place every day in the UK.