WFF

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WFFWaka Flocka Flame (musician)
WFFWalton Family Foundation (Bentonville, AR)
WFFWallops Flight Facility
WFFWith Full Force (German music festival)
WFFWildland Firefighter Foundation (Boise, ID)
WFFWoodstock Film Festival (New York)
WFFWord File Format
WFFWavelet Filter File
WFFWell Formed Formula
WFFWeb Fast Forms
WFFWorst Friends Forever
WFFWell-Formed Formula
WFFWomen's Foodservice Forum
WFFWorld Fitness Federation
WFFWells Fargo Foothill (now Wells Fargo Capital Finance)
WFFWeb Form Factory (open source web form generator)
WFFWee Forest Folk
WFFWorld Freedom Federation (gaming clan)
WFFWildlife Foundation of Florida
WFFWildland Fire Fighting
WFFWildlife Freshwater Fisheries (Alabama)
WFFWomen for Faith and Family (Saint Louis, MO)
WFFWarfighting Functions (US Army)
WFFWomen's Forum for Fish
WFFWorld Food Fund
WFFWomen of Freedom Foundation
WFFWarm Fuzzy Feeling
WFFWashington Fly Fishing (online forum)
WFFWinn Feline Foundation
WFFWant for Free (classified ads)
WFFWorld Freedom Foundation
WFFWater Front Foot Charge (property tax)
WFFWaterfowl Festival
WFFWeak Form Formulation
WFFWarm Fuzzy File
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