TLF

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AcronymDefinition
TLFThe Lost Frontier (game)
TLFTokyo Leather Fair (trade show; Tokyo, Japan)
TLFTemporary Lodging Facility
TLFTanklöschfahrzeug (German: fire department)
TLFTwo Left Feet
TLFTrue Love Forever
TLFThoracolumbar Fascia
TLFToute la Formation (French vocational training company)
TLFTandy Leather Factory (Fort Worth, TX)
TLFTransaction Log File
TLFThe Last Fantasy
TLFTeaching and Learning Forum
TLFThe Lens Flare (Art and Photography website)
TLFThe Learning Federation (Melbourne, Australia)
TLFThe Last Frontier (Alaska)
TLFTechnology Leadership Forum (various locations)
TLFThin Liquid Film (Linux application)
TLFTheo Lacy Facility (Orange County Jail)
TLFThe Library Foundation (Philippines)
TLFTables, Listings and Figures
TLFTransport et Logistique de France (French: Transport and Logistics of France)
TLFTransitional Living Facility
TLFTurkish Living Forum
TLFTexas Linguistic Forum
TLFTiming Library Format
TLFTransient Lodging Facility
TLFTotal Life Forever (Foals album)
TLFTelecentre Leaders' Forum (workshop)
TLFTurkey Liberation Front (gaming)
TLFTaiwan Labor Front
TLFThe Lacrosse Forums
TLFThink Local First (various locations)
TLFThe Love Foundation, Inc. (Tampa, FL)
TLFTrain Like a Freak
TLFTexas Law Fellowships (Austin, TX)
TLFTrunk Line Frame
TLFTap Legacy Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY; est. 2002)
TLFTulsa Life Flight (Oklahoma)
TLFThe Lovely Flagpoles (band)
TLFTest Logic Flow
TLFTake Life Further (UK newspaper)
TLFTime Limit Fuse
TLFTransformer-Limited Fault (current)
TLFTransformers Liberation Front (gaming forum; Netherlands)
TLFThe Lucky Freaks (punk band, polite version)
TLFTremendously Low Frequency (less than 3Hz)
TLFThat Lunatic Feline
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The transitional living facility in Biloxi--the 12-person Augusta House--fared a bit better during the storm, being a quarter mile from the beach.
Established in 1986 by Kansas City philanthropist Godfrey Kobets, Benilde Hall is a 51-bed transitional living facility for the down and out--men who are recovering from drug and alcohol addictions and who are usually homeless.
Andrew Martin thought he had presented an interior designer with a tall order when he sought to execute his ideas for how a men's transitional living facility should look.
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