GLF

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AcronymDefinition
GLFGeneral Language Framework
GLFGeneral Level Framework
GLFGay Liberation Front
GLFGreat Leap Forward (economic program launched in 1958 by Mao Zedong)
GLFGolden Leaf Foundation (North Carolina)
GLFGovernment Leaders Forum
GLFGrande Loge de France (French Freemasonry)
GLFGroup Looking For (gaming, Guild Wars)
GLFGas Log Fire (real estate)
GLFGrange League Federation
GLFGlobal Liberation Front (gaming)
GLFGnome Liberation Front
GLFGreat Lakes Forever (Chicago, IL)
GLFGolfito, Costa Rica - Golfito (Airport Code)
GLFGreyhound and Lurcher Fundraising (charity fundraising)
GLFGothic Liberation Front
GLFGovernor's Leadership Foundation (Australia)
GLFGround Level Fall
GLFGraphic Layers Framework
GLFGain-Loss Factor
GLFGlobal Lost and Found
GLFGeneralized Largest First (ordering)
GLFGumby LAN Fest
GLFGlobal Listing Format
GLFGreater London Fostering
GLFGUST (Gulf University for Science and Technology) Logistics Forum (Kuwait)
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Grow, the national mental health recovery group, said middle-aged men are the fastest-growing group looking for support services.
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Now, a mostly European group looking for such pulsations in the X-ray sources GX5-1 has found instead "quasiperiodic emissions," chains of pulses with varying periods.