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1. perfluorocarbon
2. private first class


or PFC,

private first class.
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Noun1.PFC - a powerful greenhouse gas emitted during the production of aluminum
fluorocarbon - a halocarbon in which some hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine; used in refrigerators and aerosols
greenhouse emission, greenhouse gas - a gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation
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s Rocketdyne division announced Tuesday that it has signed a contract with PFC Technologies to digitize and archive contracts and drawings related to the International Space Station.
Evaluate the PFC market in terms of regulatory environment, demand/supply dynamics, market size and structure.
The PFC purchased by Arkansas is about the size of a soft drink can and weighs just 24 ounces.
The 'A' rating on the airport's PFC subordinate lien bonds incorporates the aforementioned strengths and risks as well as the narrow PFC revenue stream and its direct correlation to passenger activity, and the junior position of the back-up GARB pledge.
PFC Energy is a renowned strategic advisor to energy companies and governments across the globe.
Jason will be based in the United Kingdom and will have responsibilities for PFC Energy's upstream clients in Europe.
Debt service payments will be secured primarily by revenues received by PFC from gas sales to CPS Energy and net swap payments to PFC from the commodity swap with Royal Bank of Canada Europe Limited (RBCEL).
Before joining PFC Energy, Rob was a Manager of Strategy and Analysis for Shell Trading in the North American Gas and Power Group.
PFC Energy is an acknowledged leader in providing strategic advice on the competitive, commercial, economic, and political aspects of the global energy business.
Susan Farrell joins PFC after holding the positions of director of global strategy & planning and director of global marketing for Brown & Root Energy Services in London and Houston from 1996 to 2000.
Similar to other double-barreled (PFC and subordinate general airport revenue bond) structures, the weaker pledge of subordinate net airport revenues securing the airport's subordinate lien airport revenue bonds is mitigated by a pledge of PFC revenues, with the combined streams consistently yielding strong debt service coverage.