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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC.
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1. On a bond transaction table, an abbreviation indicating that a bond has matured, but is still trading.

2. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Central African Republic. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Central African bank accounts.

3. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Central African Republic. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Central African Republic. The capital and each prefecture have their own codes with the prefix "CF." For example, the code for the Prefecture of Ouaka is ISO 3166-2:CF-UK.
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Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the certificate of a bond has matured but is still trading: VarCp 10s99cf.
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Despite direct-sequencing two organellar loci as well as performing RFLP analysis and cloning of the nuclear 18S gene, we were unable to detect the presence of the E-clade Symbiodinium californium described by LaJeunesse and Trench (2000).
The new work synthesized element 118 from different materials--an isotope of californium and calcium ions.
Californium poppies, sedums and Michaelmas daisies will keep the colour coming right through to the frosts.
This species is able to form associations with two species of dinoflagellates, Symbiodinium californium and S.
16, 1974 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Berkeley chemist Albert Ghiorso and his colleagues described bombarding an isotope of the heavy element californium with oxygen ions.
There is no straightforward transposition, so back in 1977 I offered the three-letter transaddition CALIFORNIUM (another element name, coincidentally).