SFN

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SFNSociety For Neuroscience
SFNSistema Financeiro Nacional (Portuguese: National Financial System; Brazil)
SFNSingle Frequency Network
SFNSite File Name
SFNServices for Netware
SFNShort File Name
SFNSoccer Fans Network (website)
SFNShort File Name (eight legal characters and a period)
SFNStratifin
SFNSociété Française de Nutrition (French: French Society of Nutrition; human and animal nutrition research; Paris, France)
SFNSociété Française de Neurologie (French: French Society of Neurology)
SFNStern Fan Network
SFNServer Fruehe Neuzeit (German: Server Early Modern Times)
SFNSanta Fe, Santa Fe, Argentina (Airport Code)
SFNSecurian Financial Network (Securian Financial Group; St. Paul, MN)
SFNSomething from Nothing
SFNSystem Frame Number (3GPP)
SFNSwitch Fabric Network
SFNScale-Free Network
SFNSociété Française de Numismatique (French: French Society of Numismatics; est. 1865)
SFNSouthern Forests Network
SFNStar Formation Newsletter (monthly)
SFNSociété Française de Néonatologie (French: French Society of Neonatology; Paris, France)
SFNShip & Facilities, Navy
SFNState Form Number (North Dakota)
References in classic literature ?
"Now," said the Wizard of Oz, "having created something from nothing, I will make something nothing again."
Faria, as we have said, without having recovered the use of his hand and foot, had regained all the clearness of his understanding, and had gradually, besides the moral instructions we have detailed, taught his youthful companion the patient and sublime duty of a prisoner, who learns to make something from nothing. They were thus perpetually employed, -- Faria, that he might not see himself grow old; Dantes, for fear of recalling the almost extinct past which now only floated in his memory like a distant light wandering in the night.
Gary Beadle, below, who is best known for his role as Paul Trueman in EastEnders, as well as for acclaimed roles in the Royal Court's Sucker Punch and Chichester Festival Theatre's Blue Remembered Hills, gives an explosive performance in this story about creating something from nothing and then having it taken away in the name of art.
Gary Beadle, who is best known for his role as Paul Trueman in EastEnders as well as for acclaimed roles in the Royal Court's Sucker Punch and Chichester Festival Theatre's Blue Remembered Hills, gives an explosive performance in this story about creating something from nothing and then having it taken away in the name of art.
But when the button is lost, what's to be done[] Even Grandpa can't make something from nothing! This 20th anniversary edition of Phoebe Gilman's Canadian classic will introduce this rich tale of relationships and transformations to a whole new generation of Gilman fans.
In the age of austerity, Something From Nothing is a great title which ought to inspire anyone to think that it's worth mastering a language.
Deep in their foxhole hearts, they know only God can make something from nothing. All others can write letters to the editor.
Have the ability to follow through with an idea and create "something from nothing." Be a builder of concepts.
"It's like having a baby, seeing something from nothing to actually becoming a great new building.
It is, therefore, a reasonable conjecture that Rashi's reluctance to interpret beresheet as "something from nothing" was due not only to purely philological considerations, but also was influenced, in addition, by the known unanimous views of the Greek philosopher-scientists that matter must be eternal, extending into the infinite past.
Rashi uses Greek science, which insists on eternity of matter, as his baseline and is therefore reluctant to commit the Torah to a true "something from nothing" beginning of the material world.
The latter, Drained from the corner of your eye (all works 2000), showcased the deceptively simple liberties of line drawing--summoning forth something from nothing, with only a steady flow of ink and a confident hand--while playing with positive and negative space and perspective.
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