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AcronymDefinition
TAFFTrans-Atlantic Fan Fund
TAFFTextile and Fashion Federation (Singapore)
TAFFTalkin' about Food Forum (food technology forum)
TAFFToronto Arab Film Festival
TAFFThe African Families Foundation (UK)
TAFFTahoe Adventure Film Festival
TAFFTraining, Analysis and Feedback Facility
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Some of the guests expected at this year's TAFF include Uche Jombo, Stella Damasus, Charles Billion, Jim Iyke, Kenneth Okolie, Mykel Parish Ajaere, Robert Peters, Dolapo Ajayi, and other US-based Nigerian filmmakers.
That is why we have a multi-million pound investment support package in Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taff. We are committed to helping people have a better chance of finding work and supporting parents facing the reality of managing on tight budget.
Taff and Ken served Queen and Country side-by-side for five years after they both enlisted with the RAF Regiment in 1956.
Taff recalls that Ken's family home was No.6 Pype Hayes Road, Erdington, Birmingham.
"Taff has been very enjoyable to work with and his knowledge is immense.
The station, which is next to the River Taff, was not closed and trains were running normally.
The emergency services were called to the Taff embankment at around 5pm on Wednesday evening after a body was discovered.
Now running officials are warning people to take care on the Taff Trail after water from the river submerged parts of the popular route between Western Avenue and Blackweir Bridge.
The classes will be held at Southern Methodist University, a prestigious Texas university that supports TAFF in promoting African arts and culture through motion pictures.
During Taff's daily walk along the river Rea in Northfield, on a day when the wind was exceptionally strong, suddenly and without warning Taff bolted like a greyhound out of the trap.
Taff Davies was hoping to link up again with Ken Hollis after more than 50 years apart.