SHEF

AcronymDefinition
SHEFState Higher Education Finance (State Higher Education Executive Officers; Boulder, CO)
SHEFStandard Hydrometeorological Exchange Format
SHEFStandard Hydrologic Exchange Format (National Weather Hydrology Laboratory; US NOAA)
SHEFScottish Higher Education Funding Council (UK)
SHEFSafety Health Environment and Fire (Ministry of Defence, UK)
SHEFSuper Hi End Filtering (graphics)
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"All the evidence shows that host cities get far more back than they put in and it would have been a massive shot in the arm for Shef field and the local economy." The council said the bid had been made "in good faith" but Sheffield would join other authorities asking for their money back.
Canine rivals at the Santa Dash 2010 Picture: BIG SHEF (SEFIK AKKURT) Nice hat Picture: ANTHONY BEYGA Bringing up the rear
When I visited Shef field the other day, 2005 champion Shaun Murphy was donning a pair of sequined trousers and speaking of his newfound love for ballroom dancing.
SOUTHAMPTON have rejected a pounds 2million bid from their Championship rivals Shef field Wednesday for striker Kenwyne Jones.
SHEF UTD V PORTSMOUTH, TODAY, 3PM: Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock has revealed a phone call from Sam Allardyce last weekend helped to ease his FA Cup pain.
After being told he was leaving the ITV1 show, Shef f ield said: "I 'm di sappoi nted, obviously."
To such an extent that when McCabe sold Steve Kabba to Watford last January he struck up a "gentleman's agreement" whereby he couldn't play against Shef field United that season.
A new breed of people who prefer to 'stay home and entertain friends' - or 'shef' - is starting to emerge.
THE FA has conrmed it is probing allegations that Jose Semedo spat at Grant Leadbitter during Saturday's clash away at Shef-day's Shef eld Wednesday.
But neither shef nor her GP were given results until December that year and she died in June 2006.
Scotland Under-21 squad to play Lithuania at Hampden Park on October 10: C Gordon (Hearts) A McGregor (Rangers) S Shearer (Coventry) D Soutar (Dundee) G Caldwell (Newcastle) S Dillon (Kilmarnock) A Dowie (Rangers) JKennedy (Celtic) D McCracken (Dundee Utd) P Canero (Kilmarnock) S Duff (Dundee Utd) S Hammell (Motherwell) S Hughes (Rangers) BKerr (Newcastle) N Montgomery (Shef Utd) SPearson (Motherwell) M Stewart (Manchester Utd) GWilliams (Nottm For) P Gallagher (Blackburn) S Lynch (Preston) T McManus (Hibernian) S Maloney (Celtic) G O'Connor (Hibernian)
The State Higher Education Finance (SHEF) report is a tool to help policy makers and educators address broad public policy questions.