SFNASan Francisco Narcotics Anonymous (San Francisco, CA)
SFNASt. Francis Neighborhood Association
SFNASacramento Federal Nonattainment Area (Sacramento, CA)
SFNAStereotaxic Fine-Needle Aspiration
SFNASan Francisco Neighbors Association (San Francisco, CA)
SFNASherwood Forest Neighbors Association (Becket, MA)
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At the Mercury News we always tiptoed carefully around the issue of competing with the SFNA. We did not want to kick a sleeping giant.
The SFNA. In response to the criticism that extant measures of NA contain strain-related content, Fortunato & Stone-Romero (1999) developed the SFNA, a measure consistent with the NER component of Watson & Clark's (1984) definition of NA, and reported evidence supporting its construct validity.
Earlier in the week, during cross-examination of former SFNA executive Lawrence Ingram, a Chronicle attorney suggested that Reilly wanted to purchase the Examiner so he could develop a parking lot and garage owned by the Examiner into profitable real estate.
"It worked very well for a while, until they dropped out," Welch recalls, referring to SFNA's decision to join a similar venture with the same papermaker in British Columbia.
says SFNA -- like everyone else -- is looking for better quality, predictability and productivity, later deadlines and lower costs for labor, chemistry, and consumables from CTP.
DPW news rack manager Dan Brugmann, who chairs the committee, said SFNA was ineligible because it was a bidder.
SFNA is the business arm of the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner.
IN CONTENTIOUS aftermath of a trial in which a twice-weekly newspaper successfully sued the San Francisco Newspaper Agency (SFNA), an attorney for the weekly charged the agency with improper post-trial questioning of the jury.
Of 220 salespeople at SFNA, over half work with teams.
With city approval, the San Francisco Newspaper Agency (SFNA), the business arm of the two dailies, built the pressroom, which contains two enclosures with doors for the Examiner and Chronicle, and a desk for KCBS radio.