TFF

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AcronymDefinition
TFFTexas Fishing Forum (website)
TFFTheatrythm Final Fantasy (gaming)
TFFTribeca Film Festival
TFFTears for Fears (band)
TFFTexas Furry Fiesta (Dallas Regional Anthropomorphic Meeting Association; Dallas, TX)
TFFTheatrhythm Final Fantasy (game)
TFFTaxi Fare Finder (resource)
TFFTurkish Football Federation
TFFTop Field First (video field order)
TFFTile File Format
TFFTagged File Format
TFFTop Field First
TFFThe Final Frontier (Star Trek movie)
TFFTangential Flow Filtration
TFFTop Flite Financial (Williamston, MI)
TFFTanzania Football Federation (est. 1930)
TFFThe Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research
TFFTropical Forest Foundation (Alexandria, VA)
TFFToronto Film Festival
TFFTelluride Film Festival
TFFTrefoil Factor Family (biology)
TFFThe Freedom Forum (foundation; Washington, DC)
TFFThin-Film Filter
TFFThe Ford Foundation
TFFThis Far by Faith
TFFTrans Fat Free (food product designation)
TFFTerritorial Formula Financing (federal transfer payment; Canada)
TFFTwitter Follower-Friend (ratio; social networking)
TFFTelegraph Fantasy Football (UK)
TFFTexas Folklife Festival (est. 1972)
TFFThe Football Forum (soccer website)
TFFTreasury Forfeiture Fund
TFFTraveling Film Festival
TFFTask Force France (Internet Protocol Version 6)
TFFTask Force Falcon
TFFTime-to-First-Fix (GPS/navigation)
TFFToyota Finance Finland (vehicles)
TFFTurkiye Futbol Federasyonu (Turkish Soccer Federation)
TFFTopanga Film Festival (Topanga, CA)
TFFToggle Flip-Flop
TFFThe Fomunyoh Foundation (Washington, DC)
TFFTonnelleries François Frères (French wood supplier)
TFFTropical Fish Forums (website)
TFFTask Force Freedom
TFFtotal fertilization failure
TFFTarget Fabrication Facility
TFFTime to First Failure (reliability)
TFFThe Fanfiction Forum
TFFTencor File Format
TFFTriangle Free Forum (web forum based in Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill NC)
TFFTrue Friends Forever
TFFTerra Firma Fertilisers (Australia)
TFFTalk Fantasy Football (forum)
TFFToo Freaking Funny
TFFTransitional Foundation for Peace and Future Research
TFFTest Fabrication Facility
TFFTaxa-Fauna-Flora (French; environmental database)
TFFTornisterfunkfernsprecher (German; a radio device)
TFFTactical Fill File
TFFTactical Fighting Force (gaming)
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"This was a difficult decision, but it was the responsible one," Jan Neuharth, chair and CEO of the Freedom Forum, said in a statement.
He is on the board of the Freedom Forum, which oversees the Newseum in Washington, D.C., and is a former board member of The Associated Press.
The Freedom Forum named two scholarship winners, one boy and one girl, from each state and the District of Columbia.
The thirteenth annual Minority Writers Seminar is May 1-4, 2008, in Nashville, at the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute at Vanderbilt University.
31 as First Amendment Center's ombudsman at the Freedom Forum in Arlington, Va., is a "superstar" to Traci Bauer.
Congressman Adam Clayton Powell Jr., helped start and run Internet and technology programs for the Freedom Forum for 16 years.
The two journalists -- Shinsuke Hashida and Kotaro Ogawa -- are among 78 journalists whose names were added to the Freedom Forum Journalists Memorial, established by the nonprofit organization Freedom Forum based in Arlington, Virginia, to commemorate the May 3 World Press Freedom Day.
Charles Haynes, the Freedom Forum's senior scholar, said in late October that if the First Amendment is "interpreted to mean that government can't accommodate our freedom to practice religion, then religious freedom doesn't mean very much in this country."
That 1995 Clinton administration order implemented the most ambitious and productive declassification program ever adopted, according to the Freedom Forum. At last report, eight agencies had proposed changes to 24 of the 34 sections of the Clinton order.
"His knowledge of the court is breathtaking," says Ronald Collins, a First Amendment scholar at the Freedom Forum and former court clerk.
In his classic 1992 Occasional Paper, "The Press and the Prose," published by the The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center at Columbia University, the cultural historian and teacher Jacques Barzun wrote:
-- and the Freedom Forum -- the non-profit foundation focusing on news issues that was once known as the Gannett Foundation -- announced an agreement last week to produce a series of 60-second commercials highlighting the Forum's survey of public belief in the First Amendment.