WDFAWalt Disney Feature Animation (Walt Disney Company animation studio)
WDFAWell-Differentiated Fetal Adenocarcinoma (cancer)
WDFAWorld Duty Free Americas
WDFAWorf Dax Fanfic Archive (Star Trek fan website)
WDFAWe Don't Fool Around (polite form)
WDFAWholesale Direct First Aid (Hayden, ID)
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Thanks to the swift passage of a budget deal that raised the debt ceiling and framed the appropriations process for the next two years, the stage has been set for WDFA's passage ahead of the next fire season.
Recent WHO 2002 classification removed WDFA tumours from the pulmonary blastoma category and classified them as a variant of adenocarcinoma (11).
WDFA occur at any age, with the mean age at diagnosis being 35 to 40 years and gender ratio favoring women or equal in distribution.
From new offices to new talent, a new development process, and an openness to the formerly shunned technique of hand-drawn toons, WDFA is in the midst of its biggest changes since the late '80s, when Jeffrey Katzenberg reenergized the then-ailing unit that was turning out only one film every four years.
In the past six years, WDFA released seven toons, only two of which made more than $100 million domestically and only one of which, 2002's "Lilo and Stitch," was also positively received by most critics and the animation community.
"SGI has been part of the Walt Disney magic for nearly two decades and will certainly continue to be an integral part of our production activity in the future," said John Carey, vice president of technology, WDFA. "The SGI product line scales from the desktop to large multiprocessor server solutions in a way that no other single vendor can match.
House and Senate in an effort to gain support for the Wildfire Disaster Funding Act (WDFA).
"Meet the Robinsons," in the works at WDFA, was delayed from December to next March to give Lasseter and his team more input.