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EFElectronic Warfare Fighter (US military aircraft designation)
EFElectronic Filing
EFEducation First (internation English school)
EFEnvironmentally Friendly (various organizations)
EFExpedited Forwarding
EFEjection Fraction (cardiology)
EFEntity Framework (software)
EFEquivalent Focal Length
EFEnergy Factor
EFElongation Factor (protein synthesis)
EFEjection Fraction
EFEducation Foundation (various organizations)
EFEmergency Fund
EFEagle Forum
EFExtra Fine (threads)
EFExperimental Forest (USDA)
EFElectric Field
EFEmission (s) Factor
EFElite Force (Star Trek: Voyager computer game)
EFEnhanced Fujita Scale (tornadoes)
EFExtremely Fine (numismatics; 7th best condition of coin)
EFEnd Function
EFEquifax (credit reporting agency)
EFEcological Footprint
EFEpic Fail (Internet slang)
EFEntry Fee
EFElectronic Form
EFExhaust Fan
EFEchinaforce
EFExternal Forces
EFElegant Feeling (Hyundai)
EFEdema Factor (microbiology; bacillary subunit of anthrax)
EFEquipment Failure (Wandel Goltermann)
EFEnemy Forces
EFEnvironmental Factor (The Olewine Company)
EFExposed Facility
EFEphedrine Free (thermogenic formula)
EFElmer Fudd (cartoon)
EFEarly Finish
EFElectron Flow
EFEuropæiske Fællesskab (Danish: European Community)
EFEmma Frost
EFEnrichment Factor
EFElementary Functions (TMN)
EFOperation Enduring Freedom (US DoD)
EFEducational Forum
EFExperience Factory
EFEnd Fitting
EFEngineering Fundamentals
EFEmitter Follower
EFElementary File
EFExcitation Frequency
EFElizabeth Forward (school district, Pennsylvania)
EFEnterprise Framework
EFElite Four (gaming, Pokemon)
EFElbow Flexor
EFElectro-Focus (Canon Cameras)
EFEncircled Flux (fiber optics)
EFEnglish Finish
EFElectronic Focusing
EFEscuela de la Fe (Spanish)
EFEris Free (Internet Relay Chat network)
EFExtension Flag
EFEndgame Framework (modeling and simulation)
EFEncyclopedia Frobozzica (Zork adventure game)
EFExtended Fractal
EFElectro-Flechette (gaming, Missionforce: Cyberstorm)
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Ben Taylor, the governor's outreach director, sent a note to Cindy Asmussen, the Baptist group's ethics and religious liberty adviser, and Trayce Bradford, president of the Texas Eagle Forum, letting them know that a piece of legislation they apparently opposed had been killed by the governor.
All this, including the UN conspiricism, can be found among either CWA or Eagle Forum members, or both.
But she gained most of her power and influence through the Eagle Forum, which Schlafly founded in 1972 and ran until recently.
The Emeldi case is based on Title IX protections, which the Eagle Forum has sought to overturn.
In a newsletter address to Eagle Forum membership, founder Phyllis Schlafly suggests that the Christian approach to immigration is to "erect a fence and double our border agents in order to stop the drugs, the smuggling racket, the diseases, and the crimes.
Anthony List, Concerned Women for America, Priests for Life, Eagle Forum, and Family Research Council Action.
Documents released by the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs include letters to elected representatives from Dobson, Gary Bauer, Phyllis Schlafly of the Eagle Forum, and Don Wildmon of the American Family Association, as well as DeLay and two of his closest congressional colleagues, Dennis Hastert and Roy Blunt.
By 2003 the Eagle Forum, which she had founded in 1975, possessed, together with its tax-exempt arm the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund, net assets in excess of $15 million.
This giveaway occurred in the dead of night and over the objections of veterans' groups, parents of vaccine-injured children, the editorial writers of dozens of major newspapers, and even the conservative Eagle Forum.
Helms, along with right-wing groups such as the Eagle Forum, claimed the treaty would be contrary to "family values"--in spite of the fact that the Vatican has noted the convention "safeguards the primacy and inalienable rights of parents .
The Family Research Council, the Eagle Forum, and the American Conservative Union held a press conference to discuss how to turn out the "pro-family vote"--specifically, the four minion rightwing evangelicals who did not vote in 2000.
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