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AFC

abbr.
American Football Conference

AFC

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Air Force Cross
2. (Soccer) Association Football Club
3. (Aeronautics) automatic flight control
4. (General Physics) automatic frequency control

AFC

American Football Conference.
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Uniroyal Tires has introduced two new products, the performance aimed Tiger Paw GTZ All-Season 2 and the all-terrain Laredo AWT 3.
He added, large number of investors, companies and institutions of the world are free to invest in AWT Sangjani D-18 in Islamabad.
He added a large number of investors, companies and institutions of the world are free to invest in AWT Sangjani D-18 in Islamabad.
The AWT Investments Ltd manages seven mutual funds with five conventional funds and two Islamic Shariah Complaint funds, spokeman of AWT said here on Friday.
AWT Managing Director said : 'We are committed to take every essential step in the right direction and this step to enter into energy sector by AWT will surely give a win-win situation to all the stakeholders, involved directly or indirectly.
This press has the latest CIC features available and expands our capacity significantly," says Mike Gallagher, vice president and general manager of the AWT South Elgin facility.
A(r) Khalid Rabbani in a meeting in Islamabad briefed the Finance Minister about the working and contribution of AWT in various areas.
Completed in 1943, the AWT served its original purpose for only a few years, most notably supporting modifications to the B-29's fire-prone R-3350 engine.
aInvesting in AWT is a breakthrough in our strategy of international expansion.
For AWT, this represents its initial foray into the upstream activities of desalination water production.
AWT is the second largest rail freight operator in the Czech Republic, and is active in Central and Southern Europe.
AWS was collected after extraction of the fruit pulp; meanwhile, AWT was the residues obtained after industrial processing of the tuber.