NCFR

AcronymDefinition
NCFRNational Council on Family Relations
NCFRNational Conference on Family Relations (est. 1938)
NCFRNational Center on Child Fatality Review (El Monte, CA)
NCFRNarrow Cold-Frontal Rainband
NCFRNational Commission for Refugees
NCFRNassau County Fire Rescue
NCFRNon-Conventional Feed Resources
NCFRNational Community Radio Forum
NCFRNo Cause for Rejection
NCFRNational Campaign for Firework Safety
NCFRNorth Central Florida Region
NCFRNassau County Fire Rider Motorcycle Club
NCFRNational Crime Forum Report
NCFRNational Center for Freedom and Renewal
NCFRNorth Country Fund Raiser (Elizabethtown, NY)
NCFRNational Center for Free Radical Research (Pune, India)
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(a) NPOL radar reflectivity showing approaching NCFR at 2032 UTC 17 Nov 2015.
13 Nov Continuation of same system with NCFR passage at 2300 UTC 13 Nov.
Kimberly has been an active NCFR member since 2009.
Kimberly will be recognized for her achievements at the 2015 NCFR Annual Conference, planned for Nov.
Se acordo que los programas academicos, las investigaciones y las intervenciones en familia existentes en Norteamerica encajaban en las Disciplinas Secundarias (Task Force NCFR, 1988).
En la etapa madura (4), la ciencia de familia se hace mas compleja por ser un campo interdisciplinario que contiene una disciplina dentro de el (Task Force NCFR, 1988).
Los miembros del NCFR -Consejo Nacional de Relaciones Familiares--y de la FSA--Asociacion de Ciencia de Familiapueden estar orgullosos de su trabajo, el cual llevo a la creacion y crecimiento de una nueva disciplina de las ciencias sociales.
This special issue of The Journal of Men's Studies on fathering, faith, and spirituality had its genesis in a symposium tiffed "Faithful Fathering: Spiritual Narratives and Religious Meanings" that I organized at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) in Arlington, Virginia, in November of 1997.
This special issue includes an introductory essay on religion and fathering, revised versions of the four papers presented at NCFR, reaction papers on these four papers from four discussants, two additional papers on fathering, and reviews on recent books on fathering.
iv) Non-conventional feed resources (NCFR)-this category includes diverse feeds and by definition refer to those feeds that are not traditionally used in animal feeding; examples are oil palm leaves palm press fibre, cassava foliage, spent brewer's grains, sugar cane bagasse, rubber seed meal and acquatic plants (Devendra, 1992).
* Knowledge of the totality and quantitative availability of feeds (forages, crop residues, AIBP and NCFR)
i) Knowledge of the area under crops with feed production potential such as cereals and tree crops like coconuts and oil palm using extraction rates that have been derived experimentally and from the field, for example for NCFR (Devendra, 1992)