CFL may refer to the following:

In education:

  • College of Foreign Languages, a college of Vietnam National University, Hanoi

In linguistics:

  • Commission on the Filipino Language, the official regulating body of the Filipino language
  • Context-free language, a formal language that is a member of the set of languages defined by context-free grammars

In politics:

  • Campaign for Liberty, an organization founded by United States Congressman Ron Paul
  • Connecticut for Lieberman, the Connecticut political party created by twenty-five supporters of United States Senator Joe Lieberman
  • Council of Four Lands, the central body of Jewish authority in Poland from 1580 to 1764

In science and technology:

  • Color-flavor locking, a special type of color superconductivity that is predicted to occur in very dense matter
  • Compact fluorescent lamp/light, a type of fluorescent lamp that fits into a standard light bulb socket or plugs into a small lighting fixture
  • Compressed File Library, a virtual file system for programs
  • Courant–Friedrichs–Lewy condition, a condition for convergence while solving partial differential equations

In sports:

  • Canadian Football League, a professional sports league located in Canada that plays Canadian football
  • Calcutta Football League, the football league where several football clubs of the Indian city of Kolkata participate
  • Cheshire Football League, an English football league
  • Continental Football League, an American football league played in North America from 1965 through 1969
  • Central Football League, A football league in Scotland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
  • Montenegrin First League (Crnogorska Fudbalska Liga), the main football competition in Montenegro
  • Česká fotbalová liga the Czech football league

In trade unionism:

  • Ceylon Federation of Labour, an organisation bringing together trade unions in the private, semi-government and co-operative sectors of Sri Lanka
  • Chicago Federation of Labor, the central labor body for over 300 Chicago area unions affiliated with the AFL-CIO
  • Chinese Federation of Labour, a national trade union center in Taiwan

In transportation:

  • Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois, the national railway company of Luxembourg
  • Caminhos de Ferro de Luanda, railway in Angola
  • Chemin de fer Lanaudière

Other articles related to "cfl":

List Of BC Lions Seasons
... While the team was founded in 1954, they did not join the CFL until it was founded in 1958. 1957 ... WIFU – 4th 1958 ... CFL W.I.F.U. 5th 1959 ... CFL W.I.F.U ...
Shannon Garrett - Professional Career
... with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the 1995 CFL season and played three seasons there before moving on to the Saskatchewan Roughriders for the 1998 and 1999 CFL seasons ... Football League in 2000, Garrett joined the Edmonton Eskimos in September of the 2000 CFL season and remained with the organisation until his retirement in March 2009 ...
List Of Maryland Terrapins In Professional Football - Maryland Terrapins As Professional Coaches - Assistant Coaches
... Chuck Faucette, CFL Bob Ward, CFL Ken Mastrole, af2 Scott Milanovich, CFL and NFL Europe Joe Moss, CFL and AFL ...
Larry Ryckman - Career - Sports - Calgary Stampeder Football Club of The CFL
... Stampeders Football Club of the Canadian Football League (CFL) ... During his five years in the CFL, Ryckman co-chaired the CFL expansion committee with late actor John Candy and served on the Executive Committee of the CFL Board of Governors ... Ryckman was subsequently awarded the CFL's Outstanding Contribution Award for his contributions to both the league and as a Governor ...