NJF

AcronymDefinition
NJFNewport Jazz Festival
NJFNew Jersey Future (Trenton, NJ)
NJFNorsk Jernbaneforbund (Norway)
NJFNederlandse Jurisprudentie Feitenrechtspraak (Dutch: Dutch Civil Court Fact Judiciary; Netherlands)
NJFNordiske Jordbrugsforskeres Forening (Danish: Nordic Association of Agricultural Researchers)
NJFNational Justice Festival (biannual conference; Australia)
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Morton's account of the founding of the NJF, as well as its first two (1954 and 1955) editions, agrees substantially with that provided by Bert Goldblatt in his 1977 study Newport Jazz Festival: The Illustrated History.
Morton fills that gap by describing Anderson's (nee Zeitz) life before and after NJF '56 as well as the source of her parents' and husband's wealth.
In "Where It All Went," the third and last part of his Backstory in Blue, Morton traces the lives of the principals after NJF '56.
Morton continues his profile of Elaine Anderson by relating heretofore unknown details of her life after NJF '56.
Nigel Fry and Chris Knott run the NJF Football Acadamy at Arden Hall, Castle Bromwich.
It was decided that NJF should hold a congress for members at least every fourth year, hosted in turn by the member states, counting Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
Taking into consideration the recent expansion of the European Union, thoughts have been given to enlarging the NJF by offering membership to midwifery associations in the Baltic countries, which are now members of the EU.
The congresses of the NJF have over the years developed more midwifery content and are today professional meetings arranged for midwives, by midwives.
d) The subject of procurement, the cost of ensuring electricity distribution to points of delivery, excise duty, VAT, fees for distribution and system services, payments to NJF (National Nuclear Fund).