Definitions for "Erf"
A factor applied to the basic benefit if a member retires before requirements for an unreduced retirement have been met.
Eligible Rollover Fund. A fund to which the benefits of lost members are transferred. Members are able to reclaim these benefits.
Eligble Rollover Fund. A fund that is eligible to receive benefits automatically rolled over from other funds. After a member leaves the Qantas Group, the Plan will rollover the member’s benefit to the ERF if no instructions are given within 90 days of the member leaving the Qantas Group.
Keywords:  foden, cummins, edwin, richard, badged
ERF is a British truck manufacturer established in 1933 by Edwin Richard Foden, who had left Foden - the company founded by his father - because he believed the future lay in diesel rather than steam power. The trucks are now re-badged MAN AG models with the option of specifying a Cummins engine.
Keywords:  aspen, dnr, wildlife, optimum, habitat
Extended Rotation Forests. Forest stands for which the harvest age is increased beyond the optimum economic harvest age [e.g., increasing the harvest age of an aspen stand from 40 years (i.e., the "normal" economic harvest age for aspen on most sites) to 50 or 60 years] to provide larger trees, wildlife habitat, and other non-timber values. Additional detail on the management of ERF on DNR-administered lands are contained in DNR Extended Rotation Forest Guidelines (1994).
Evaluation Report Form completed by the grantee at the conclusion of a grant contract period.
Employment Requisition Form. Document completed by the hiring department and submitted to Staffing and Compensation to initiate recruitment for a vacant position. If it is a new vacancy or a replacement with significant changes in duties, the hiring department should also complete and submit a job description so the position can be classified.
Keywords:  eukaryotic, factor, release
eukaryotic release factor
Keywords:  garden, plot, acre, half
A garden plot, usually about half an acre.
The error function involved in integrating the normal distribution.
Abbreviation for for error function. Same as probability integral.
Environmental Research Foundation