EBF

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EBFExtended Breastfeeding
EBFEconomy Business Finance
EBFEuropean Breeders' Fund (horse racing)
EBFEstatuto dos Benefícios Fiscais (Portuguese: Tax Benefits Statute)
EBFExtreme Beer Fest
EBFEuropean Banking Federation
EBFExclusively Breastfed
EBFEarly B Cell Factor
EBFEuropean Boxing Federation (est. 2005)
EBFEuropean Booksellers Federation (trade association)
EBFEuropean Baptist Federation
EBFEuropean Business Forum
EBFEnnis Business Forms, Inc.
EBFEuropean Biometrics Forum
EBFEntreprises B. Ferland, Inc. (home renovation; Canada)
EBFEuropean Buiatrics Forum
EBFEnglish Border Front
EBFEccentrically Braced Frame (steel structure)
EBFEuropean Benefyt Foundation (phytotherapeuthical systems)
EBFEuropean Botanical Forum (conference)
EBFEmployee Benefits Fund (various locations)
EBFEcumenical Bishops' Forum
EBFErnest Becker Foundation
EBFEnvironmental Bamboo Foundation
EBFEmergency Bug Fix (Sprint)
EBFEnglish Bach Festival (UK)
EBFEnchanted Broccoli Forest (Stanford)
EBFEquity Bridge Facility (finance)
EBFElectronic Bible Fellowship (online Christian ministry)
EBFElectronic Beam Forming
EBFEigenbeamforming
EBFElectronic Battlefield
EBFElectronic Bug Fix
EBFEuropean Bioanalysis Forum
EBFEnergy Budget Figure
EBFExtrabudgetary Fund
EBFExposed Building Face
EBFEuroMerchant Balkan Fund
EBFEuropean Bowhunting Federation (aka European Bowhunting Association)
EBFExchange of Body Fluids
EBFEmail Broadcast Framework (Tikit Ltd.)
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The Circuit Court found after reviewing the facts of the case that Park-Mark Inc., which had been making overpayments under a collective bargaining agreement to employee benefits funds for years, was not entitled to a refund of the overpayments under the principles of equity.
Under the agreement, Park-Mark was required to make contributions each month to a number of employee benefits funds, including the Greater St.
Institutions include corporate and public and employee benefits funds. endowments and foundations, corporate surplus accounts, labor unions, and insurance companies.
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