TAFT


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AcronymDefinition
TAFTTrans Atlantic Fisheries Technology Conference (various locations)
TAFTTechnical Assistance Field Team
TAFTTraining Analysis Feedback Team (US Army)
TAFTTaranaki Arts Festival Trust (est. 1991; New Zealand)
TAFTTest, Analyze, Fix and Test
TAFTTraining Assistance Field Team
TAFTTodays Aircraft Flying Tomorrow
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Uniting with Taft will increase Briggs' geographic footprint to more fully serve clients and provide a significant strategic advantage.
The Julia Taft Fund for Refugees is limited to registered non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with at least 1-2 years of experience working in Ethiopia.
Taft summarized his political philosophy in his book Popular Government, written while a law professor at Yale (where he had a chair, but alluding to his weight, he said he could have better used a couch).
On the ensuing Taft possession the Bison forced a backcourt steal and a seemingly easy basket.
As Taft wrote to his wife Nellie at the end of his term, "I have strengthened the Supreme Bench, have given them a good deal of new and valuable legislation, have not interfered with business, have kept the peace, and on the whole have led people to pursue their various occupations without interruption.
A public speaker and media contributor, Taft has authored two books, 'Stewardship: Lessons Learned from the Lost Culture of Wall Street' and 'A Force for Good: How Enlightened Finance Can Restore Faith in Capitalism.' On the community front, Taft currently serves as an active member of the Itasca Project, and serves on the boards of The Minneapolis Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
"Baird's independence, employee ownership, diversified business mix and tremendous momentum uniquely position the firm for strong growth," said Taft in a statement.
Taft admitted he had a "rubber fetish" and "could have been gyrating or grabbing his genitals" outside the woman's house.
Taft's relationship with Woodrow Wilson is an interesting thread running through Gould's account.
Taft's opera singer parents, Pauline and Jacob, moved from Lavtia to Germany in 1928, Bild said, but by 1935 the Nazis' anti-Jewish laws meant that they could no longer perform.
For my Taft Gyro experience, I made a grilled sandwich with vegan cheese.
In her new bestseller, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism, Goodwin weaves together two stories--three if you count the wives' tale--that make vivid how the American public came to support the far-reaching reforms of the Progressive era introduced by T.R.