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RFRadio Frequency
RFRight Front
RFReference
RFRight Field (baseball)
RFRising Force (Yngwie J. Malmsteen album)
RFRussian Federation
RFRegions Financial Corporation (stock symbol)
RFRheumatoid Factor
RFRoger Federer (tennis player)
RFRange Factor (arcane baseball statistic)
RFRoyal Family (UK)
RFRisk Factor
RFRed Flag
RFRange Finder (camera)
RFRockford Fosgate (car audio)
RFRate of Fall (US Air Force)
RFRed Faction (game)
RFRenal Failure
RFRoyal Flush (cards)
RFRiksidrottsförbundet (Swedish)
RFRutherfordium (element 104)
RFRight Foot (dance)
RFRoskilde Festival (Danish music festival)
RFRetractable Fastback (Mazda MX-5 Miata)
RFResponse Force (US DoD)
RFRumble Fighter (online gaming)
RFRight Forward
RFRheumatic Fever
RFRascal Flatts (country music artist)
RFRelease Factor
RFRoyal Fusiliers (WWI British Army regiment)
RFReduction Factor
RFReform Party (founded by Ross Perot in 1995)
RFRadius to Fix
RFRépublique Française (French Republic)
RFRegister File
RFRelative Frequency
RFRotary Foundation
RFRockefeller Foundation
RFRiver Forest (suburb of Chicago, IL)
RFReaction Force
RFRaised Face (flange)
RFReceptive Field
RFRevolving Fund
RFResponse Factor
RFRolling Forecast (finance & marketing)
RFRim Fire (ammunition)
RFRhodium Finish
RFReverend Father
RFReserve Force
RFRadiative Forcing
RFRNase-Free
RFReplication Factor
RFRighteous Fury (gaming, World of Warcraft)
RFRear Floor (automobile manufacturing)
RFRight-Arm Fast (cricket; also seen as RAF)
RFRecovery Factor (oil and gas)
RFRegional Forces (Vietnam)
RFRepresentative Fraction
RFRipper Free (DVD backup software without ripping decoders)
RFResume Flag
RFRhodesian Front (political party)
RFRetardation Factor (chromatography)
RFRural Friends
RFRespirable Fraction
RFRepair Factor
RFRear Focusing (lens technology)
RFRainforest Foundation (UK)
RFRadiated Frequency
RFRegistered Forester
RFReconnaissance Fighter
RFRipping Friends
RFRadio Fantasy
RFReconocimiento de Formas (Spanish)
RFRossiyskaya Federatsiya (Russian Federation)
RFReplacement Factor
RFReaction Function (economics)
RFReceptor Factor(s)
RFRelative Body Fat
RFReadiness Field
RFReaction Furnace
RFReal Feel Temperature (index created by AccuWeather)
RFReflexology Forum
RFResistance to Frequency
RFRatio of Fronts (component)
RFReprographic Facility
RFRalph Furley
RFReduced Fratricide
RFRelentless Family (gaming clan)
RFRandomflame (gaming community)
RFRefrigerant Ton
RFUS Revenue Playing Cards (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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With reference to the military side- the plan of campaign- that work of genius of which Thiers remarks that, "His genius never devised anything more profound, more skillful, or more admirable," and enters into a polemic with M.
"In reference," proceeds the Chancellor with extra distinctness, "to the young girl and boy, the two young people"--Mr.
In reference to these gentry, I may here quote a few words from the original preface to this book.
Nevelet, in the preface to the volume which we have described, points out that the Fables of Planudes could not be the work of Aesop, as they contain a reference in two places to "Holy monks," and give a verse from the Epistle of St.
You are such a perfect stranger in the house, that you are puzzled by my familiar references to the worthy inhabitants.
Indeed, the same dark question often rose into her mind with reference to the whole race of womanhood.
There is but one other head on which I wish to offer a remark; and that has reference to the public health.
What makes a belief true or false I call a "fact." The particular fact that makes a given belief true or false I call its "objective,"* and the relation of the belief to its objective I call the "reference" or the "objective reference" of the belief.
It is not a part of the plan of this book to present any extended bibliography, but there are certain reference books to which the student's attention should be called.
This becomes evident by reference to particular instances which occur.
Rook was able, in answering questions put to her, to give important information, in reference to the missing pocketbook.
Nothing could have been more naturally introduced, or more delicately managed, than my wife's brief reference to the subject.
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