cfc : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a fluorocarbon with chlorine; formerly used as a refrigerant and as a propellant in aerosol cans
- The chemicals in the cfc family are being eliminated on schedules that differ from country to country by economic status: faster in the industrialized nations, slower in the .
- Bob Dylan in INQ7.net
In response, British national and GK volunteer Dylan Wilk wrote: "Compared to what some say about GK not bringing people to Christ, the areas where we see great numbers of people being evangelized to CfC are actually in the GK communities...
- Charles Grassley in Chronicle of Philanthropy (subscription)
I am very concerned that OPM, in issuing this guidance, ignored the vast number of comments from CFC campaign managers and participating charities who want to ensure that CFC charities are engaged in best practices,Senator Grassley said....
- Jan Pronk in AllAfrica.com
It's badly chaired,Pronk said. "Violations are not being addressed. [The] United Nations is being silenced in the CFC"