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erf

(ɜːf)
n, pl erven (ˈɜːvən)
(Civil Engineering) South African a plot of land, usually urban, marked off for building purposes
[Afrikaans]

Erf

(ɜːf)
n acronym for
(Chemistry) electrorheological fluid: a man-made liquid that thickens or solidifies when an electric current passes through it and returns to a liquid when the current ceases
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ERF Wireless said Accordant has become a wholly owned subsidiary of ERF.
Ian Smith, Director of ERF Operations for Viridor said: We work closely with Peterborough City Council to transform what residents throw away in their bins into powering homes in the city.
2) The radiologic appearance of an ERF on esophagram is classic, with contrast seen anomalously extravasating into the upper respiratory tract.
Under the first agreement, ERF Wireless has retained the investment banking firm as its exclusive financial advisor in connection with debt consolidation financing of up to USD5m of existing debt.
Targets of the ERF are project sponsors in emerging markets who require long-term loans to finance investment-related capital goods and services for high value opportunities, such as large scale construction or infrastructure development projects.
Dean Cubley, CEO of ERF Wireless, said, 'Tom has an exceptional track record in the banking industry and has demonstrated vision and leadership throughout his career, with particular emphasis on strategic planning, business development and acquisition integration.
The continuous cleaning action of the ERF means more consistent melt pressure in the process.
ERF Wireless was selected to provide its integrated communications systems to provide bandwidth to the U.
Using only the latest technology, Tyseley ERF helps Birmingham cope with and diminish its impact on the environment by recovering electricity from materials that can't be recycled helping to divert this waste from landfill and turn it into a resource.
This proposal is still under discussion in the Council and the European Parliament, and as a result it is to be expected that the problem of different counting methods is continuing under the current 2005-2010 ERF programme, which uses the same method for the distribution of funds.
A summary comment of the EFSA report on ERF study included the following:
An ERF spokesman last night said the company would be looking for an alternative use for the factory.