REFF

AcronymDefinition
REFFRenewable Energy Finance Forum
REFFRegister of English Football Facilities (UK)
REFFRecovery Education for Family (Illinois)
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Dr Reff has more than 30 years of research and development experience in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Although Reff acknowledges that Christian practices may not have cured everyone, he suggests that "modern medical research nevertheless suggests that the mortality rate among Christians or would-be Christians probably was significantly lower than among contemporaries who rejected Christian rhetoric and promises" (70).
In addition to problems in interpreting accounts predating modern medical understanding, the reports of diseases that Reff examines raise a number of problems.
Leeds currently owe REFF pounds 21.3m, with the money used to purchase players in recent seasons, with 'five or six' of the present squad on such a 'hire purchase' scheme, including Mark Viduka.
"As a referee Billy reached the very top and reffed a handful of Premier League games in its early days along with countless Football League games over many years.
Elland Road was one of the most intimidating grounds I ever reffed at.
"There were probably a couple of decisions went their way, but no-one is perfect and it's never going to be a perfectly reffed game."
Limerick manager John Kiely was critical of referee Paud O'Dwyer after the game but Cleary was impressed by the Carlow whistler, adding: "He's reffed our Kilkenny game as well this year and we think he's a very fair ref.
I also reffed an under-12s match between Pencoed and Cwmbran the morning after I had officiated in a European match between Leicester and Ulster.
"But the reality is we would have taken at least a point at Llanelli if we had been a bit smarter and the game had been reffed differently."