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.
CERF has aided employees with funeral costs, unexpected medical bills and rebuilding their lives after natural disasters such as Hurricane Sandy.
Seuss' editor, while Bennett Cerf was the founder of publishing company Random House.
CERF is predominantly used in the calibration of radiation-dosimetry instrumentation for applications in aviation, space and highenergy physics and for the evaluation of new dosimetry instrumentation and measurement techniques.
Vint Cerf is an American Internet pioneer known as the father of Internet.
The CERF is funded by voluntary contributions from UN Member States, non-governmental organizations, local governments, the private sector and individual donors.
CERF, established by the General Assembly seven years ago, has grown to become one of the largest and most reliable sources of humanitarian funding.
Pakistan is the fifth-largest recipient of CERF funding, at a total