Meaning PFA
What does PFA mean? Here you find 15 meanings of the word PFA. You can also add a definition of PFA yourself

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Please Find Attached, generally to refer an attacment included in the mail.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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pretty fucking awesome pretty fucking awful
Source: urbandictionary.com

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"Public Facebook Affection" Keep it in the bedroom, we don't need to know that stuff. Obviously if you can't contain your amorous posts to yourself, you must &quo [..]
Source: urbandictionary.com

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N. prop. Abbreviation for "Person From Away", this term is used by native Mainers to refer to people (usually from the Boston area) who purchase large homes to which they refer for s [..]
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Pray For Anything, a pocket billiards(pool) acronym used to decribe a technique mastered by many for the game of eight ball.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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An adjective giving someone a lazier, quicker way to say 'pretty freaking awesome'.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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   Please Find Attached
Source: noslang.com

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Plasma Fraction Agreement
Source: health.gov.au

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perfluoralkoxy
Source: jgbhose.com

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Partnership Framework Agreement
Source: met.police.uk

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PerFluoroAlkoxy. This seat and seal material offers many of the same properties as PTFE, but has the added advantage of being resistant to a phenomena known as "popcorning". PFA is suggested for services containing styrene, butadiene and latex, which all have inflict popcorning on ordinary PTFE based materials.
Source: boiler-outlet.com

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Physical Fitness Assessment
Source: afrotc.com

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Preschool for All
Source: isbe.net

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    Considered a Violation; Protection from Abuse
Source: nationalcrimesearch.com

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Is a by-product from burning coal for the production of electricity. PFA is used as a cement substitute in the manufacture of concrete. (see also: Cement substitutes
Source: greenspec.co.uk





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