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World Food Council

An organization established by the United Nations in 1974 to reduce global hunger. It was suspended in 1993.
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However, in this present work, WFC, being directly associated to consciousness, is investigated in the retinal structure of 'rhodopsin' in vitro.
Perhaps most relevant for WFC is that the predominance of the male breadwinner model has been replaced by a diversity of living arrangements, patterns of a division of labor between the sexes, and father and mother roles (Bruderl & Klein, 2003; Peuckert, 2008).
Research outside of agricultural education has identified this issue, referred to as WFC, as associated with job dissatisfaction, stress, intentions to quit, and actual turnover (Allen, Herst, Bruck, & Sutton, 2000; Bruck, Allen, & Spector, 2002).
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By partnering with WFC, which is an internationally televised event and leader in Food Sport, international licensees will be recognized as official and exclusive qualifiers for the WFC tournament, which is hosted by Orange Beach, Alabama, USA.
Studies on work-family conflict (WFC) have been increasing of late and not surprisingly, have become a major area in organizational research (Parasuraman and Greenhaus, 2002).
The WFC's beginnings can be traced to the first International Summit, sponsored by the Mexican Franchise Association in 1993, where a draft constitution of the proposed organization was developed by a multinational task force composed of the franchise associations representing Argentina, Canada, Europe, France, Mexico and the United States.
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Subject to the execution of a definitive agreement, the company proposes to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of WFC in exchange for common shares of the company.
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