CNF

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Related to confine: epitomize, confined area
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CNFConfiguration (File Name Extension)
CNFConference
CNFCreative Nonfiction (also known as literary or narrative nonfiction)
CNFCould Not Find
CNFConjunctive Normal Form
CNFCanadian Nature Federation
CNFConfine
CNFChin National Front (Burma)
CNFCanadian Nurses Foundation
CNFCornell NanoScale Facility
CNFCytotoxic Necrotizing Factor
CNFCost and Freight
CNFChomsky Normal Form (formal language theory)
CNFCanadian Nutrient File
CNFChugach National Forest (US Forest Service)
CNFConsolidated Freightways, Inc. (stock symbol)
CNFCámara Nacional Forestal
CNFCanadian Neutron Facility (proposed replacement reactor for the NRU research reactor in Chalk River Ontario)
CNFChild Neurology Foundation
CNFCommonwealth Nurses Federation (UK)
CNFCold Nuclear Fusion
CNFConsejo Nacional de la Fauna
CNFCentral Neutralization Facility
CNFBelo Horizonte /Belo Horizon, Minas Gerais, Brazil Aeropuerto Internacional Tancredo Neves (Airport Code)
CNFComputer Navigation Fix
CNFCercle Nautique de France
CNFCalifornia Nurses Foundation (Oakland, California)
CNFCost No Fee (contract)
CNFCity of Niagara Falls
CNFComputer and Network Forensics
CNFCommander Naval Forces
CNFCalifornia Nigerian Forum
CNFClub Nacional de Football (Uruguay; national soccer team)
CNFCarbon Neutral Fuel (energy)
CNFCongenital Nephrosis Finnish
CNFCornell Nanofabrication Center (Ithica, NY)
CNFConstant Noise Figure (amplifiers)
CNFComputational Network Federation
CNFCleveland National Forest (California)
CNFCommission Nationale Féminine (French: National Commission for Women)
CNFChampionnat National Français (French: French National Championships; gaming)
CNFChippewa National Forest (Minnesota)
CNFCertificat de Nationalité Française (French: Certificate of French Nationality)
References in classic literature ?
To say the truth, if the historian will confine himself to what really happened, and utterly reject any circumstance, which, though never so well attested, he must be well assured is false, he will sometimes fall into the marvellous, but never into the incredible.
But if the area be large, its several districts will almost certainly present different conditions of life; and then if natural selection be modifying and improving a species in the several districts, there will be intercrossing with the other individuals of the same species on the confines of each.
Creon desires to bury Oedipus on the confines of Thebes so as to avoid the pollution and yet offer due rites at his tomb.
And, more surprising still, a high screen with folding sides stands before the fire, and confines the light which it might otherwise give exclusively to the ceiling.