VFRS

AcronymDefinition
VFRSVancouver Fire and Rescue Services (Canada)
VFRSVAT Flat Rate Scheme
VFRSValencia Flying and Retrieval Society (Peralta, NM)
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The timing for both techniques (NVFR and VFR) was fixed at 3:4 using a metronome (free Iphone app; Gismar).
For VFRs, however, the only risk factor was time since last visit to their home country (the shorter the time, the higher the risk).
[5] These include acrylic Hawley retainer, clear vacuum-formed retainer (VFR), wrap around clip retainer, and positioners.
The international education sector also includes the economic contribution of visiting friends and relatives (VFRs), who come to the Australia to visit students here and may stay for a period as tourists.
Overall, Honda has created what is sure to be a winner in the latest VFR. And it just may become another iconic sports tourer.
Whenever I plug in to work traffic, well over half the targets on my scope are unidentified VFR targets.
These include nationality, traveler characteristics (e.g., expatriate, immigrant, VFR, etc.), geographic origin, travel destination, adhesion to chemoprophylaxis, delays in seeking medical care, delays in diagnosis and treatment of suspected malaria, and treatment schedule that could not be included in multifactorial analysis because they are not included in the database [33, 44].
estimated high volumes of aircraft using both visual flight rules (VFR)
Due to the natural increase of the Philippine tourism market in Canada, the DOT this year projects arrivals from that country to hit at least 120,000 in both tourists and VFRs. In the first 10 months of 2012 alone, the DOT already posted 86,000 from Canada.
A V4 motorbike based on the previous VFRs, the sport touring trailblazer produces 129 neuton metre of torque at 8,750 rpm.
According to the Honda International's release, "The VFR1200F has been developed in keeping with previous VFRs; that have delivered a combination of sports and touring capabilities using the latest technologies.