SEFF

AcronymDefinition
SEFFSonoma Environmental Film Festival (Sonoma, CA)
SEFFSoutheast Electric Flight Festival (Americus, GA)
SEFFSeattle Environmental Film Festival (Seattle, WA)
SEFFSafe Events for Families (Shawnee, OK)
SEFFSoutheast Electric Fun Fly (model airplanes)
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Seff, who has 20 years of industry experience, most recently served as senior vice president of the Surety group's New York Metro, Northwest and Southwest regions.
Families and parents in particular, have a responsibility to understand their adolescents and the factors important for adolescents' personality development (Gecas and Seff, 1990).
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However, banks from sub-Saharan Africa who are interested in using the SEFF financing model in their own countries will be able to hear from experts and practitioners.
Cite dans le communique, l'ambassadeur de l'Union europeenne au Maroc, Rupert Joy, a indique que l'UE, "heureuse de soutenir le programme MorSEFF a travers sa Facilite d'Investissement pour le Voisinage", a alloue plus de 500 millions de dirhams pour l'assistance technique et des incitations a l'investissement dans le cadre du SEMed SEFF (programme regional Sud et Est de la Mediterranee developpe par la BERD en collaboration avec l'AFD, la BEI et la KfW), dont 150 millions de dirhams pour le Maroc.
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"In times of crisis, a festival has, above all, to be useful," says vet journo-producer Javier Martin Dominguez, now in his third year as SEFF artistic director.
Additionally, workers who have been laid off, have had their job status downgraded, or who lose a job due to injury, suffer a decreased sense of efficacy and an increased sense of powerlessness and psychological distress (Gecas, Seff, & Ray, 1988; Pearlin, Menaghan, Lieberman, & Mullan, 1981).
Committee member Flora Seff said she twice had been before JNCs where a commissioner had contributed to another applicant's election campaign, including one case where a judge who had been defeated in an election was applying for an appointment and several members of the JNC had either contributed or even held fundraisers for that candidate.