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SFBSender Freies Berlin (German Radio and TV Station)
SFBSan Francisco Ballet
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SFBStar Fleet Battles (game)
SFBSouthern Farm Bureau (insurance; various locations)
SFBSecurities and Futures Bureau (Taiwan)
SFBStudent Finance Board (various universities)
SFBSociety for Biomaterials
SFBSecurity Federal Bank (Aiken, SC)
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SFBScoobies for Boobies (breast cancer foundation)
SFBSan Francisco Beautiful (San Francisco, CA)
SFBSociété Française de Biophysique (French: French Society of Biophysics; est. 1982)
SFBSolutions for Business (Layton, UT)
SFBSanford/Orlando, Florida (airport code)
SFBState Farm Bank
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SFBScaleFactor Band
SFBScat for Brains
SFBSource Follower Buffer
SFBSociété Française de Biométrie (French: French Society of Biometrics; est. 1950)
SFBShulman-Feder Bound (coding scheme calculation)
SFBStochastic Fair Blue (algorithm)
SFBStudiefinancieringsbeleid (Dutch)
SFBSunken Featured Building (archaeology)
SFBSlim Floor Beam (construction)
SFBSingle Flash Bank (Cisco)
SFBSwitched Filter Bank
SFBSide Fire Box
SFBSéminaire Franco-Brésilien (French: French-Brazilian Seminar)
SFBSimple Failure Biasing
SFBSainte Famille de Bordeaux (French: Holy Family of Bordeaux; religious congregation)
SFBSciage Forage Bretagne (French: Sawing Drilling Britain; est. 1988)
SFBSo Freaking Bored (polite form)
SFBShanghai Finance Bureau
SFBSolicitation for Bid
SFBStuff For Brains (polite form)
SFBSecond Family Band (band)
SFBSolid Fuel Burner
SFBSo Freaking Bizarre (polite form)
SFBSociété Francilienne de Béton (French: Francilienne Concrete Company; road construction)
SFBSummer Free Board (Shipping)
SFBSmoke Fat Blunts
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The facility, mysteriously dubbed "site 911," will be built under the auspices of the Foreign Military Sales program and is expected to cost the US between $25 million and $100 million, according to a solicitation for bids posted on a US government website, CNN reported.
An actual solicitation for bids is not expected until late 2006 or 2007.