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nef

(nɛf)
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(Antiques) antiques a boat-shaped table ornament, usually made of silver, used as a container for condiments, napkins, cutlery, etc
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Thus D is not almost base point free and hence not nef and good by Theorem 1.
NEF has written a "Happy Planet Charter" that calls for a "new narrative" of human progress that encourages reducing consumption while supporting meaningful lives.
Eilis Lawlor, NEF researcher and author of the report, said: "Our research shows that for nonviolent women offenders, effective community sentences that address the causes of criminal behaviour are more cost effective and are more likely to help them turn their lives around."
NEF and its parent company, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), have been focusing efforts on this issue through their National Homeless Veterans Initiative, collaborating with community organizations, advocates, Veterans Affairs and others concerned about addressing this growing population's needs.
Inspired by Sebastien Brant's La Nef des fous (The Ship of Fools) and its tremendous success, Symphorien Champier wrote La Nef des princes (1502) and then dedicated his book La nef des dames vertueuses (The Ship of the Virtuous Ladies) to Anne de France and Suzanne de Bourbon in 1503 in Lyon.
Specifically, the NEF engines will power standby sets with outputs from 57 kW to 215 kW, while the Cursor diesels will power sets from 211 kW to 396 kW.
"By living so far beyond our environmental means and running up ecological debts we make two mistakes," NEF policy director Andrew Simms told Reuters.
The report's author, NEF policy director Andrew Sims, said that the issue of global warming has been "critically overlooked': "Like a fire smouldering in the basement, it threatens to burn down all they have built up," he said." To rescue the situation we need a global framework to stop climate change that is based on equality, and we have to ensure that plans for human development are made both climate-proof and climate-friendly."
Yet, Champier acknowledges neither the Livre de la Cite des dames (1405) nor any of Christine's works in his Nef des dames.
The exclusive NEF raw image file format enables reading and adjusting of these files.
Epidemiologic comparison studies show that the viral genes gag, nef, and pol are the most conserved across the various viral clades found in different parts of the world.
with a total of 12 leased systems of a 1-kilowatt capacity and 5 kw for yearlong use at employee houses and offices nationwide, the NEF said.