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RFBReceita Federal do Brasil (Portuguese: Internal Revenue Service of Brazil)
RFBRecording for the Blind (since 1995, Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, RFB&D)
RFBRequest For Bid
RFBReady for Business
RFBRush for Berlin (gaming)
RFBRepublican Flute Band (Ireland and UK)
RFBRecycle(d) Fluidized-Bed
RFBRing-Fenced Bank (banking)
RFBRepública Federativa do Brasil (Federal Republic of Brazil)
RFBRemote Frame Buffer
RFBRed Flour Beetle (insect)
RFBRural Fire Brigade (Queensland & New South Wales, Australia)
RFBRoom, Food and Beverage (casinos)
RFBRectal Foreign Body
RFBRegional Fishery Bodies
RFBRemember Fallen Brothers
RFBRifle Forward Ejection Bullpup (Kel-Tec)
RFBRückstellung für Beitragsrückerstattungen (German: Provision for Premium Refunds; insurance industry)
RFBReportable Fringe Benefit (taxes)
RFBRight Fullback (soccer)
RFBRetained Foreign Body
RFBRockfeedback (music website)
RFBReally Freaking Big
RFBRepair First Bug
RFBRollerfootball (Paris, France)
RFBRebel Flag Bikini (Confederate emblem)
RFBRise from Below (construction)
RFBReno France Bâtiment (French: Reno France Building)
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References in classic literature ?
The priest beheld her rise from below like a dazzling apparition.
Yet as time has marched on, the absence of a material economic upswing would see an increasing number of businesses identifying the operating environment as around average and this would be reflected in the diffusion surveys reporting a rise from below average to average conditions.
So just how did Wales rise from below the likes Guatemala, Guyana and Haiti to above former world champions Italy and Spain and among the top seeds for the 2018 draw?
''The dollar-yen pair is just in a correction mode after the dollar's sharp rise from below 80 yen to the 82-83 yen level'' since late February, said Masanobu Ishikawa, general manager of spot foreign exchange at Tokyo Forex & Ueda Harlow.
Overall, Costco has seen private label sales rise from below 10% several years ago to the high teens over the past year, according to executive vice president Richard Galanti.
The mountains might have formed when tectonic forces pulled apart Titan's crust, permitting material to rise from below, as the midocean ridges arose on Earth.