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What does EFR stand for?

EFR stands for Effective Resolution

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An Arab League official underlined the significance of the Doha summit, saying it would give the Palestinian cause strong support by adopting effective resolutions.
The system needs to provide effective resolution to repeatedly and accurately measure changes over time of both cortical and trabecular bone tissue morphology.
His major achievements during the past years included introduction of consumer protection structure for telecommunication subscribers, development of multiple international communication links, provision of free Internet dialup services to the masses, establishment of 350 tele-centers as a rural telephony project, giving a special emphasize on progress and development of broadband services in the country, introduction of a unified regulatory framework for mobile banking services, launching of new systems for effective resolution of Mobile SIMs issues, arrangement of local Internet peering point between International Bandwidth providers; transition of Pakistans ccTLD (pk) and initiatives to engage key industry players for enhancing local CT content market.
Smith, administrator of the Kansas Department of Credit Unions "Finding the balance, where you have effective resolution authority but without money going to people who shouldn't get it-without rewarding people who screwed up-that's [a] difficult issue that we're making some progress on.
He expressed hope that the forum would issue effective resolutions that would urge the international community to seriously intervene to protect Jerusalem and its people and to end the violations of Israeli forces in the region.
Commenting on a new resolution likely to be adopted by the Security Council, Kawamura said, ''We hope that it will be an effective resolution because it has strong contents such as trade embargo on weapons, cargo inspections as well as financial (sanctions).