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What does BRF stand for?
BRF stands for Black River Falls (Wisconsin)
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We have 96 other meanings of BRF in our Acronym Attic
- Best Response Function (game theory)
- Béton Renforcé de Fibres (French: Fiber-Reinforced Concrete)
- Bharat Rakshak Forum (India)
- Bible Reading Fellowship (various locations)
- Bid Request Form
- Big Red Flag
- Big Round Filter (Imperial Systems, Inc.)
- Biological Research Facility (various locations)
- Birefringent Filter (lasers)
- Bitchy Resting Face
- Bois Raméal Fragmenté (French: Ramial Chipped Wood Fragments)
- Braille Ready Format (digital documents)
- Brain Research Foundation
- Brasil Foods (Brazilian distribution company)
- Brethren Revival Fellowship (concern movement within the Church of the Brethren)
- Bridge Relay Function
- Brigade Reconnaissance Force (Elite unit within the United Kingdom Royal Marines)
- Brown Rice Flour (mycology, a growing substrate)
- Build, Roleplay, and Fight (gaming)
- Business Regulation Forum (Europe)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The couple and their surviving cat checked into a Black River Falls hotel, while Cluck Cluck is staying with the neighbour who used to own her.
She graduated high school in Black River Falls, Wisc.
Additionally, Citizens has recently transitioned stand-alone branches in Black River Falls and Wisconsin Dells to the Wal-Mart Supercenters and opened a new in-store branch at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
All but two of the pictures, culled almost entirely from the series "Copia," 2002-2006, were taken in the American Midwest and are titled after their locations: Black River Falls, WI, 2006; Minneapolis, MN, 2004; Gurnee, IL, 2003, to name a few.
Bob Huntley confessed that he was one of three boys behind the creation of a `flying saucer' which mysteriously crash-landed at a baseball game in Black River Falls in Wisconsin, in 1947.