NFR

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AcronymDefinition
NFRNational Finals Rodeo
NFRNot for Resale
NFRNeed for Recovery (work survey)
NFRNon-Financial Risk
NFRNetwork Framework Redistributable
NFRNetwork Portable for Risc
NFRNear Field Recording
NFRNon Functional Requirements
NFRNote for the Record (various organizations)
NFRNetwork Flight Recorder
NFRNueva Fuerza Republicana (Bolivia, New Republican Force)
NFRNorthern Freegold Resources (Canada)
NFRNational Film Registry
NFRNot for Resuscitation (see DNR)
NFRNon-Functional Requirement
NFRNear-Field Recording
NFRNasty File Remover (software)
NFRNotice of Final Rulemaking
NFRNet Financing Requirement (various locations)
NFRNurses for Reform (London, UK)
NFRNucleosome Free Region
NFRNATO Frigate Replacement
NFRNaturally Fractured Reservoir
NFRNursing Facility Requirements (Texas)
NFRNot for Release
NFRNo Further Record
NFRNational Fire Rating (NFPA)
NFRNear Field Range (antenna measurement)
NFRNew Feature Request
NFRNear-Far Resistance
NFRNATO Financial Regulations
NFRNo Further Requirement
NFRNot for Reproduction
NFRNotice of Findings and Recommendations
NFRNot Flag Related (meaning off-topic in Flags of the World mailing list and website)
NFRNumber of False Rejects (biometrics)
NFRNo Further Resuscitation (see DNR)
NFRNearly Faithful Reproduction
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"By increasing the availability of Narcan across Boston, we hope it will give more people a chance to get the help they need for recovery."
"We know that Tulsa has seen increasingly high overdose and incarceration rates and there's a need for recovery facilities like ours."
I ponder why they are so clueless about the need for recovery and so willing to revisit their preferred mental state.
His research into the body's need for recovery after exertion revealed that seven out of every ten people are too fatigued to engage in a physical training program without risk of injury and eventual illness.
Most of the relevant risk factors of LBP are related to the need for recovery. Whereas work strain, work demands and high physical loads increase the need for recovery, job control, job satisfaction and sufficient sleep have the opposite effect [27-29].
She accused Russia of ignoring growing international concerns about a ceasefire and the need for recovery teams to collect remaining body parts of MH17 victims scattered at the site.
Longwood, FL, December 05, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Sonia Lee makes no bones about the growing need for recovery. “Everyone is recovering from something,” she shares with audiences explaining her musical calling to writing and performing recovery music.
Individuals conceptualize need for recovery as the desire "to recharge the batteries".
"With the Government rightly committed to significant improvements in infrastructure and house building, the need for recovery as quickly as possible to meet this ambitious agenda is critical."
Stopping short of making them beat lumps out of each other, he will still throw them into a lot more contact than is usual -because there is no need for recovery time.
Engagement can happen if you can take care of yourself first and respect the need for recovery times.
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