AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Washington, DC-based union The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA said it is honouring AFA's last remaining founding member Edith Edna Lauterbach after news of her passing recently.
What does EDFT stand for?
EDFT stands for Lauterbach (airport code; Germany)
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We have 4 other meanings of EDFT in our Acronym Attic
- Effective Date of Federal Recognition
- Electronic Diary Feedback Report
- Emmanuel Diais Formation Recrutement (French training and recruitment company)
- East District Family Resource Center (Richmond, VA)
- Economic Development Foundation of Rhode Island (Cumberland, RI)
- Economic Development Finance Service (National Association of Development Organizations)
- Electronic Departure from Specifications
- Extended Depth-First-Search (wireless networking algorithm)
- Schweinfurt Sud (airport code; Germany)
- East Detroit Federation of Teachers (Michigan)
- Erbium Doped Fiber Unit
- Early Diastolic Filling Volume (echocardiography)
- Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria (Australia)
- End Diastolic Flow Velocity
- Enterprise Documentation Framework Working Group (US DoD)
- Earth Defense Force X (video game)
- Eagle Development Group (various locations)
- Edison Design Group (West Orange, NJ)
- Edouard Derville Généalogiste (French: Edward Derville Genealogist)
- Effective Development Group (various locations)
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The exhibition catalogue features essays by Ribas, Simon Baier, Yve-AIain Bois, and Ann Lauterbach.
The first meeting was be held at the Lauterbach Group in Sussex, WI, USA in early November.
and Lauterbach (English, Rhodes College, Memphis) have collected articles from such writers and scholars as Gordon Turnbull, Jill Campbell and Margery Sabin on such topics as formal realism in Edgeworth's books for children, the censoring of restoration comedies for the 18th century stage and modern variations on the themes of privacy and the self.
The Nancy Book, which is mostly comprised of Brainard's illustrations, also includes commentary by Ann Lauterbach and Ron Padgett.