SFERSalvatore Ferragamo (Italian fashion company)
SFERStudents for Educational Reform (various schools)
SFERSociete Francaise d'Economie Rurale (French social science association)
SFERSociété Fiduciaire d'Expertise et de Revision (French: Trust Company Expertise and Revision; Switzerland)
SFERSouth Florida Environmental Report (West Palm Beach, FL)
SFERSouth Florida Ecosystem Restoration (various organizations)
SFERStrengthening Families Evidence Review (US DHHS)
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SFER = number of correctly received SFs/ number of all transmitted SFs, (34)
Charter advocates also set up a PAC that raised more than $200,000 from three donors-Michael Bloomberg, Teach For America board member and venture capitalist Arthur Rock, and financier Jon Sackler, who sits on 50CAN's and SFER's boards.
<<Le debat scientifique sur la multifonctionnalite de l'activite agricole et sa reconnaissance par les politiques publiques>>, Actes du colloque SFER, La multifonctionnalite de l'activite agricole et sa reconnaissance par les politiques publiques.
Lenora Champagne, Michael Attias, Andy Bragen, Hillary Gardner, Robert Lyons, Doris Mirescu, Daniel Sfer, Marion Schoevaert New York City
Furthermore, iron deficiency, determined by low hematocrit (Hct) and hemoglobin (Hb) and by depleted iron stores, i.e., low serum ferritin (sFer) is common in women of reproductive age (Looker, Dallman, Carrol, Gunter, & Johnson, 1997).
Another approach might be to develop a dynamic frequency and transponder allocation plan that would allow tran sfer of resources for different purposes.
Partners can also agree to circumstances that trigger the tran sfer of shares, such as when one firm acquires the other.