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NFB

(in Canada) abbreviation for
(Film) National Film Board
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He was associated with the NFB over the course of his career from 1944 to 1988.
It has been estimated that there are between 10,000 and 20,000 NFB practitioners in the United States (Crane, 2009) and these include a wide range of health care professionals: counselors, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, physicians and registered nurses.
She notes that the NFB is also championing new approaches such as the integration of animation with nonlinear interactive work, and cites Vincent Morisset's Webby-winning interactive film "BLA BLA," which just enjoyed a successful month-long live interactive presentation in Paris.
The NFB said the cost of bidding for work was a significant barrier, so the removal of pre-qualification questionnaires for bids for work below pounds 100,000 would widen the pool of companies from which the government attract bidders.
NFB has been shown in multiple studies to improve autonomic regulation, promote brain competencies, help remediate brain-based functional disorders through both symptom reduction and the amelioration of underlying conditions, and enhance optimum performance (Arns et al.
ATEME said that the partnership with the NFB gives the company exposure to a diversified catalogue of content, which stimulates its research on video compression efficiency to deliver the best possible quality on any device.
Several years ago, NFB took Target Corporation to court, alleging the retailer's Web site was not accessible to blind consumers.
Julia Evans, chief executive at the NFB, said: "Philip Avery is an excellent addition to our team which is dedicated to helping our members in Wales provide first-class services for their clients.
The NFB is strongly endorsing the use of the Prodigy Voice for all diabetics, particularly those who are low vision or blind.
Whether it's professional advice through our free helplines, subsidised training to help equip their employees for new methods of working, client networking at our regional centres or influencing local and national policy which affects their business - the NFB can add value at both board level and site level.
The NFB is concerned that framework agreements - the process whereby local authorities roll smaller construction projects into a handful of larger contracts - are giving an unfair advantage to national firms at the expense of small regional players.