DFK


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DFK

abbr.
direct free kick
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D) High dynamic range image taken with an HDR-camera DFK AFU130-L53 from The Imaging Source [18].
Deciding to become active in DFK International was lucky--I travelled around the world and made lifelong friends from Europe, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
It will include expert advice from Claire Knight, a Research and Development consultant at Chantrey Vellacott DFK who has already helped to deliver over PS40million of tax credits and refunds through the scheme.
Chantrey Vellacott DFK, which has its Birmingham offices on Calthorpe Road, will host industry events at The REP.
We then conduct experiments on two larger databases: Corel5k and Caltech101 to further verify the ability of DFK in adapting to databases.
The DFK Sheeter uses an exclusive "tapes over the pile" design that is integrated into the unifying frame that positions the stacker's front stops automatically when the delivery system's overlap carriage is set.
The firm has joined DFK UK and Ireland, which is part of the wider DFK International Group, to enable current clients access to accountancy specialists around the world and to expand the business by being able to serve a wider range of clients within Wales and beyond.
Chartered surveyors Eddisons concluded the deal for DFK on almost 35,000sq ft space at Fairfax House on Hodgson Lane off an asking rent of pounds 120,000 a year.
Stephen Aponte is a senior manager at Holtz Rubenstein Reminick LLP, DFK International/USA, in, New York, NY.
His 10-11 favourite Light Hearted was by far the classiest runner on show during a low-key afternoon, confirming the promise of her debut run at Newmarket in the Chantrey Vellacott DFK Maiden Stakes to coast home by eight lengths under the instruction of Shane Kelly.
The chairman proposed that Chantrey Vellacott DFK be reappointed auditor of the institute and that council be authorised to determine its remuneration.
Then the SNP's self-styled economic genius Andrew Wilson weighed in, commenting on a study by City accountancy firm Chantrey Vellacott DFK that claimed Scotland was subsidising the rest of the UK by pounds 300million.