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CFL

abbr.
compact fluorescent lamp

CFL

abbreviation for
(Team Sports, other than specified) Canadian Football League
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The investigation apparently found that Manziel's off-the-field issues would not be too disruptive to a CFL organization and the Tiger-Cats are now free to sign him to a contract, if he wants to play for them.
The CFL will target the regional affinities of the football fans into building nursery and pool of talented football players who can potentially contribute towards supporting the national leagues, he added.
CFL expects to complete the transaction within 60 days.
Under the company's second phase 3 study, the patients received concurrent treatment of CFL (12 units or 24 units) and glabellar lines (20 units) with BOTOX Vista in up to four treatment cycles.
As part of the "Lit With Love" campaign, consumers received CFL break-up kits containing LED bulbs, tissues to wipe the tears away and, of course, Valentine's Day candy.
On May 29, 2015 Korey Banks and Eric Allen filed a statement of claim on behalf of all retired CFL football players since 1952 with the Ontario Superior Court.
To close the minority stake purchase in CFL, CF Industries will need to wait for Glencore to complete its own acquisition of Viterra.
E Source has also found the following trends in CFL usage:
The instant brightness factor makes our new hybrid halogen-CFL more versatile than other CFLs.
Mercury is a toxic metal element and since "the dose makes the poison," the lower the body weight of a person being exposed, the more likely that a significant mercury exposure could occur after a CFL break.
Further being an export oriented company, CFL is exposed to the fluctuations in foreign currency rates and is also vulnerable to competition from countries having low cost/ exchange fluctuations.
The new CFL page will provide up-to-date information via a single point of access.