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RFSReason for Selling
RFSRenewable Fuels Standard
RFSRepetitive Flexible Supply
RFSRural Fire Service (New South Wales, Australia)
RFSRecurrence-Free Survival (oncology)
RFSRadio Frequency Systems (Meriden, CT)
RFSReady for School (education initiative)
RFSReady for Shipping
RFSRecipe for Success (various organizations)
RFSRelapse-Free Survival
RFSRoad Feeder Service (shipping)
RFSRadio Frequency Subsystem
RFSRadio Frequency Switch
RFSReplica Based File System
RFSRequest For Service
RFSRevue Française de Sociologie (French: French Journal of Sociology; est. 1960)
RFSRemote File Server
RFSRemote File System
RFSReview of Financial Studies (journal; Yale University)
RFSRemote File Sharing
RFSResponsible Fishing Scheme (European Fisheries Fund)
RFSRadio Free Skaro (Doctor Who podcast)
RFSRules for Submission
RFSReady For Service
RFSRegistrar of Friendly Societies
RFSRequest for Subsitution (civil engineering)
RFSRequest for Suggestions (various organizations)
RFSResident and Fellow Section (American Medical Association; Chicago, IL)
RFSReference Frame Selection (video coding)
RFSRegardless of Feature Size (ANSI Y14.5M engineering drawings & related documentation practices)
RFSRecyclable-Fuel Storage Company (Japan)
RFSRural Financial System
RFSRetired Faculty Staff (various organizations)
RFSRemoved from Service
RFSRegistered Financial Specialist
RFSReaching Forward South (library support conference)
RFSRail Fleet Services (various locations)
RFSRegardless of Feature Size (geometric dimensioning and tolerancing)
RFSRéseau Francophone de Sociologie (French: Francophone Network of Sociology)
RFSRecoverable File System
RFSReady for Summon (gaming)
RFSReceive Frame Sync
RFSRiver Forecast System (NOAA)
RFSRequest For Sample
RFSRègles Fondamentales de Sûreté (French: Fundamental Rules of Safety; nuclear power)
RFSRefeeding Syndrome
RFSRun for the Son
RFSRosalind Franklin Society (New Rochelle, NY)
RFSReiser File System (Unix file system)
RFSRetailer Financial Services (GE Capital)
RFSRéseau Francophone de Sociolinguistique (French: Francophone Network of Sociolinguistics)
RFSRadio Frequency Surveillance
RFSRenal Fanconi Syndrome
RFSRecursive Frequency Splitting
RFSRoll-Fed Shrink (labeling)
RFSRust Federal Services, Inc.
RFSRequest for Service Message (FIPS)
RFSReference Flight System
RFSResource Formulation System (used by Dept of Army)
RFSReferred in the Senate (bill status)
RFSReady/Readiness for Sea
RFSRequest for Subcontract
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He was working on this position at the university's sub-campus in Bhakkar when he was removed from service.
Washington [US], Mar 13 ( ANI ): US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was on Tuesday removed from service following a clash with President Donald Trump.
Two Eurocopter EC135's, which are operated by Bond Air Services, were removed from service on Monday.
The first of six F50s was retired earlier this month, three more will be removed from service between June and August, and the last two aircraft will remain in service until spring 2013.
The vehicle was removed from service pending a detailed inspection.
But the planes fell victim to the recent bout of belt-tightening by the coalition, which announced they would be removed from service in this autumn's defence review.
Australian airline Qantas reported on Saturday that five Bombardier Q400 aircraft operated by its regional carrier QantasLink have been temporarily removed from service.
The high court had observed that an officer " can't be removed from service ( for) misconductC* without affording an opportunity to the officer to put forth his defence".
NAVADMIN 228/10, DTG 121224Z Jul 10, identifies body armor ESAPI ceramic plates that is required to be removed from service. Specifically, contract number (SPM1C1-08D-1023) with design codes: DD3V2 or MP2 are identified.
Completing more than two and a half million miles in its 20-year history, equivalent to 100 times around the earth, it was removed from service in September 2009.
I now learn that the early evening service 82D is also being removed from service on 7 September.
It said the failed gearbox could have been removed from service before the crash if not for an "inappropriate diagnosis" of a debris particle.