NSFC

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AcronymDefinition
NSFCNational Natural Science Foundation of China
NSFCNational Society of Film Critics
NSFCNational Small Flows Clearinghouse
NSFCNorthern States Financial Corporation (Waukegan, IL)
NSFCNational Science Foundation of China
NSFCNot Safe for Christians
NSFCNot Suitable for Children (disclaimer)
NSFCNorth Shore Fencers Club (Long Island, New York)
NSFCNaval Shore Fire Control
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class="font-size--16 MsoNormalThe organisation called for the banning of added sugars and sweeteners in baby foods, and said labels on candies and sweetened beverages -- including fruit juices and condensed milk -- should state the products are not suitable for children under three.
Every energy drink should have warning published in Urdu that it is not suitable for children under 12 years and for pregnant women.
"Some of the festival areas are not suitable for children. It is very dangerous for them to be present there, especially without adult supervision," the official said.
Please note that the Circus of Horrors contains some nudity and language of an adult nature and is not suitable for children.
It decided on two classifications - Universal and Not Suitable for Children. 1914: Britain and France declared war on Turkey.
In the case of the application under Article 59, the permissible grounds of objection are those specified under Article 59 (1) namely that the premises are not suitable for children. Dated this 4 day of August 2018 Signed :Shean Dickson Merrick Solicitors for the Applicant 38/42 Hill Street, BELFAST BT1 2LB To the Chief Clerk at the Courthouse, Laganside Courts, Oxford Street, Belfast Copy to: (i) the Clerk of Petty Sessions for the petty sessions district of Belfast and Newtownabbey at the Petty Sessions Courthouse, Laganside Courts, Oxford Street, Belfast (being the petty sessions district in which the premises are situated).
It is free to download and play, and although it does carry a warning saying 'this game is not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed', there is no proof of age required.
I'm still puzzled by parents who buy their youngsters hardcore, aggressive games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto, which are not suitable for children.
SOME energy drinks contain huge amounts of caffeine - and that means they're not suitable for children.
"While our own brand high-caffeine energy drinks are clearly labelled as not suitable for children, we're now committing to preventing the sale of these products to under 16s."