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LFRLiving Forgotten Realms (Dungeons and Dragons campaign)
LFRLooking for Raid (World of Warcraft)
LFRLarge Format Retail (various companies)
LFRLow Frequency Radio
LFRLet Freedom Ring
LFRLogical Form Recognition
LFRLead-Cooled Fast Reactor
LFRLoud Fast Rules
LFRLand and Food Resources (various organizations)
LFRLio 'on Famor Rotuma Party (Fiji)
LFRLinear Fresnel Reflector (solar energy)
LFRLaboratories for Fundamental Research
LFRLow Frequency Radio Range
LFRInshore Fire Support Ship
LFRLevine Fricke Recon (Emeryville, CA environmental management and consulting engineering company)
LFRLower Fuser Roller
LFRLower Fuser Roller (copier component)
LFRLoss Free Resistor (electronics)
LFRLow Frequency Response
LFRLive for Rugby (rugby clothing brand)
LFRLive Fire Range
LFRLaughing for Real (Internet slang)
LFRLocal Forest Reserve
LFRLatin Funk Rock (band)
LFRLaunch and Flight Reliability
LFRLett Feltradio (Norwegian)
LFRLogical First Routing
LFRLicence Fee Revenue
LFRLong-Term Failure Rate
LFRLosers for Real
LFRLower Front Right
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Immunomedics said that this USD4.1m decrease is principally the result of USD3.9m of deferred licence fee revenue from the Nycomed agreement recorded in the three-month period ended 31 December 2009.
Describing the changes ahead, the advertisement states: "The crucial features of the partnership are that the BBC will be funding S4C through licence fee revenue from 2013-14; and that S4C will remain as an independent service within the partnership framework."
The group, under the leadership of former television executive David Elstein, said until then licence fee revenue should go to the Exchequer not the BBC.
"Any successful challenge will be in relation to the alleged use of a licence fee revenue in ancillary markets", she believes.
Bosses are under pressure to provide more transparency over how much licence fee revenue is spent on stars' salaries.
At the same time as the salary packages were unveiled, the BBC announced that it collected record levels of licence fee revenue last year.
Licence fee revenue made EUR195million for RTE in 2007 - up seven per cent from the previous year.
Under the Broadcasting Funding Act 2003, the Government had agreed to place 5 per cent of all licence fee revenue in a programme fund.
And there is growing resentment in the independent broadcasting sector about the way the state company uses its annual EUR120million licence fee revenue.
After the station's g71million loss last year the independent sector is growing increasingly resentful of how its g120million a year licence fee revenue is used.
At present, licence fee revenue is worth pounds 67m a year to RTE.
TV3 has now filed a complaint with the European Commission about RTE's use of the pounds 70 million licence fee revenue.