Also found in: Wikipedia.
FARFAFarm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (Austin, TX; also seen as FRFA)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
El grupo de Farfa Sabina toma su nombre del convento napolitano donde se reunen a titulo privado una quincena de teologos luteranos y catolicos (algunos de los participantes son miembros a su vez de comisiones oficiales de dialogo entre ambas confesiones).
The Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA) advocates for farmers, ranchers, and homesteaders through public education and lobbying to assure their independence in the production and marketing of their food, and to prevent the imposition of unnecessary regulatory burdens that are not in the public interest.
Power and Patronage in Early Medieval Italy: Local Society, Italian Politics, and the Abbey of Farfa, c.
Buonarroti's theatrical influence on the cardinal's choice of spectacles is partially evident in his presentation of Rospigliosi's La fiera di Farfa in 1639 as an intermedio for Chi soffre speri, with a set by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Daniel Agger crowds out Jefferson Farfa (right); Momo Sissoko battle for the ball with Csaba Feher (top); and striker Craig Bellamy is carried off with a knee injury (left); Liverpool players congratulate goal scorer Peter Crouch
Much the same was true of Naples, while recent excavations in Ravenna and Venice as well as the celebrated Carolingian monastic houses of Farfa and San Vincenzo al Volturno reinforce this thesis.
Examples of this last include two small sites in area IX, an area newly inhabited in Hellenistic times: L02 (Maryeli Farfa ti Rahi [1]) and L07 (Ayioi Apostoloi Palaiospitia).
They have their origins in a 1999 conference, a "Postgraduate Seminar on Ecumenics" held not in the north but in Italy, at a centre in Farfa Sabina (outside Rome) whose name recalls the Swedish saint Birgitta, a tireless worker for the unity and renewal of the troubled church of the 14th century.
The orchestra was in residence at the famed Farfa Giubileo Festival near Rome, and Injeian had gone there to restore its war-torn instruments.
Henri Barre has suggested that the text was recorded, by figures such as Alan of Farfa, in three sermons associated with the new feast of the Nativity of the Virgin, each of which drew on writings associated with Augustine and pseudo-Augustine.