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SHFSuper High Frequency (3-30 GHz; 10-1cm)
SHFShifts (Hockey)
SHFSociedad Hipotecaria Federal (México, low income mortgage program, formerly FOVI)
SHFSociété Hippique Française (French: French Equine Society; Paris, France; est. 1865)
SHFSingapore Heart Foundation
SHFSensible Heat Factor
SHFSisters of the Holy Family (religious order)
SHFShining Force (game)
SHFSociété Herpétologique de France
SHFSeven Holy Founders (Catholic School, Affton, MO)
SHFSimian Hemorrhagic Fever
SHFSociété Honoraire de Français (French Honor Society)
SHFSociété de l'Histoire de France (Society for French History)
SHFSingle Hispanic Female
SHFSanitarium Health Food Company (Australia & New Zealand)
SHFStockholms Herpetologiska Förening (Sweden)
SHFSuperhyperfine
SHFSettlement Housing Fund
SHFShareholders Fund
SHFSiberian Husky France (dog club; France)
SHFSeparating Hash Family
SHFSaskatchewan Horse Federation Inc. (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
SHFShip's History File
SHFStorage Handling Facility
SHFSalisbury House Foundation (Des Moines, Iowa)
SHFStainless Hose Fittings
SHFspecific health function
SHFState Highway Fund (various locations)
SHFSystolic Heart Failure (cardiology)
References in classic literature ?
My indulgent mother bought me, yesterday, at a merchant's in Cheapside, three new shifts, that cost fourteen pence an ell, and I am to have a pair of new stuff shoes, for my Lord of Norfolk's ball, which will be three shillings.
The first and wisest of them all professed To know this only, that he nothing knew; The next to fabling fell and smooth conceits; A third sort doubted all things, though plain sense; Others in virtue placed felicity, But virtue joined with riches and long life; In corporal pleasure he, and careless ease; The Stoic last in philosophic pride, By him called virtue, and his virtuous man, Wise, perfect in himself, and all possessing, Equal to God, oft shames not to prefer, As fearing God nor man, contemning all Wealth, pleasure, pain or torment, death and life-- Which, when he lists, he leaves, or boasts he can; For all his tedious talk is but vain boast, Or subtle shifts conviction to evade.
You, a graceless baggage, a foolish lack-brain, with no thought above the hemming of shifts.
I had to pass coal for the day and night shifts, and, despite working through the noon-hour, I never finished my task before eight at night.
A really wise policy should aim at making a country independent of foreign supply, but this should be effected without resorting to the pitiful shifts of customs duties and prohibitions.
I sudn't shift for Nelly - nasty ill nowt as shoo is.
These I heated before the fire, as well as I could, and rubbed them till the husks came off, which I made a shift to winnow from the grain.
They slept standing, breaking their slumbers to shift from place to place.
For the most part they were like ourselves, taking advantage of a lull to shift their quarters.
Mimes, in the form of God on high, Mutter and mumble low, And hither and thither fly - Mere puppets they, who come and go At bidding of vast formless things That shift the scenery to and fro, Flapping from out their Condor wings Invisible Wo !
Lastly, he pictured the young girl in her shift, with the rope about her neck, shoulders bare, feet bare, almost nude, as he had seen her on that last day.
He climbed out of the sledge and standing with his back to the wind began to shift his belt again, fastening it lower down in the waist and tightening it.