Cerf


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Cerf

 (sûrf), Bennett Alfred 1898-1971.
American editor and publisher. Known for his love of puns, he was also a panelist on the television show What's My Line? (1951-1971).

Cerf

 (sûrf), Vinton Gray Born 1943.
American computer scientist who, as a codesigner of TCP/IP, played an important role in developing the internet.

Cerf

(sɜrf)

n.
Bennett (Alfred), 1898–1971, U.S. book publisher.
References in classic literature ?
Daim is the French for deer, and cerf for stag; elan is the true term, when one would speak of an elk.
The deer is swift, but weak; the elk is swift, but strong; and the son of 'Le Serpent' is 'Le Cerf Agile' Has he leaped the river to the woods?
why, this is the tavern of the Corne du Cerf, I think," said D'Artagnan.
Indeed, he often spoke of him by the appellation of Le Cerf Agile, a name he had obtained by his activity.
Under the grant program, the CERF invites partners to identify projects that could qualify under CERF's guidelines for underfunded emergencies.
Noting that the global humanitarian funding gap stands at $11 billion as of November 30 and humanitarian response plans are funded at an average of just 60 percent, the secretary-general stressed that a $1- billion CERF will help bolster contingency financing.
Find some really good quality photographic paper and print them, because we know those will last at least 150 years," Cerf told reporters on the sidelines of the Internet Governance Forum in Geneva.
Cerf was not rattled when students began shouting "save our schools
CERF is the Canine Eye Register Foundation, which certifies dogs for inheritable eye diseases.
But Vinton (Vint) Cerf, a Google vice president and Chief Internet Evangelist, was also on the panel.
The CERF funding being made available will support programmes that are implemented in White Nile State by UNHCR and other UN agencies, including the United Nations Children's Fund, the United Nations World Food Programme, the United Nations Population Fund and the World Health Organization", added the statement The conflict in South Sudan erupted in mid-December 2013 between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir Mayardit and those backing former Vice President Riek Machar.